Bernie Ecclestone sets price for QPR stake

QPR majority shareholder Bernie Ecclestone would be prepared to sell his stake in the club for £100million.

Bulgari and Valentino on list of names for tax probe

Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is not the only Italian being investigated for tax evasion – fashion designers, bankers and even students are also under scrutiny.

Ecclestone takes over at Loftus Road

Bernie Ecclestone, the Formula One rights holder, has bought a controlling share in the Championship leaders and plans to back manager Neil Warnock's bid to return them to the Premier League for the first time in 15 years.

QPR mulls move to TV Centre as BBC plots sale to developer

Auntie's redevelopment could house 35,000 capacity stadium – plus offices, shops and homes

Briatore links Lippi with QPR

QPR co-owner Flavio Briatore has revealed his "dream" to have former Italy coach Marcello Lippi in charge of the club if they reach the Premier League.

Kate Simon: Is slum tourism just about voyeurism?

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Mia Farrow versus Naomi Campbell

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Warnock targets Premier League with QPR

Neil Warnock today set his sights on reaching the Premier League with QPR after being unveiled as the new manager at Loftus Road.

Palace turn to troubleshooter Hart after Warnock departs

'I like a challenge,' admits ex-Portsmouth coach after taking third job in 13 months

Bell will toll again for silent Warnock

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Football in brief: Redknapp calls for goals to maintain European push

Tottenham Hotspur: Manager Harry Redknapp has challenged his players to rediscover their scoring touch following a run of four blanks in the club's last six league matches.

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