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French keeper could quit the club if they fail to reach Champions League

Transfer news: QPR line up loan move for West Ham United forward Modibo Maiga - reports

Redknapp steps up search for striker

Roberto Martinez insists that Everton will resist transfer bids for their top players during the transfer window

FA Cup: Everton v QPR match preview

A look ahead to Saturday’s FA Cup third round tie at Goodison Park

Emmanuel Adebayor has sparked Roberto Soldado into life, says Tottenham team-mate Danny Rose

Tim Sherwood has been playing the pair together since replacing Andre Villas-Boas as manager

Central to his thinking: The gifted Christian Eriksen (left) could find a regular berth but Tim Sherwood must work out his best midfield combination

Tim Sherwood looks to strike right balance at Spurs

Interim manager is very much the realist about the balance between entertainment and results

Matty Phillips celebrates after scoring against his former club Blackpool

Blackpool 0 QPR 2 match report: Rangers return to top of the Championship thanks to former Seasider Matty Phillips

Former Blackpool winger Phillips finally starts to pay back part of his £5m price tag with Charlie Austin also on target

Jermain Defoe is reported to have agreed a move to Toronto FC after struggling for first-team opportunities at Tottenham

Transfer news: Jermain Defoe agrees £90,000-a-week deal with MLS side Toronto FC paving way for Tottenham exit - reports

The striker is hoping a move to Canada will boost his fading chances of featuring in England's World Cup campaign next year after struggling for first-team opportunities at Spurs

Round-up: It’s treble top as Burnley are
held by Forest

Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City took advantage of Burnley’s 1-1 draw at Nottingham Forest yesterday to move level on points with Sean Dyche’s side at the top of the Championship.

Andros’s father Troy, left, appreciates the risk taken by Hodgson in picking his son

Troy Townsend: Father tries to help his son, Andros, plot path through the game

He gave up managing to guide the Spurs and England winger and to help the fight against racism

Jack Wilshere with Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson has no problem with Jack Wilshere after incident packed week for the Arsenal midfielder

The 22-year-old was pictured smoking towards the end of last week before exchanging words with England batsman Kevin Pietersen over which players should qualify for England

Harry Redknapp gestures on the sidelines during a Queens Park Rangers match

England would have already qualified for the 2014 World Cup if Harry Redknapp was in charge claims Neil Warnock

Warnock believes that Roy Hodgson was the safe option for the Three Lions and that the QPR boss would have brought an appetite for victory to the national side

Loic Remy opens the scoring for Newcastle against Cardiff

Newcastle will try to sign QPR striker Loic Remy on permanent deal

Remy is on loan from Championship side Queens Park Rangers but Pardew hopes he will stay with the Magpies after match-winning double against Cardiff

League round-up: Charlie Austin finds top gear for QPR's miserly maestros

Charlie Austin scored twice as Queens Park Rangers set a new club record with an eighth straight clean sheet in their 2-0 home victory against Barnsley yesterday. The visitors, who remain bottom of the Championship table, defended strongly for 66 minutes until Austin broke the deadlock from close range after being set up by Junior Hoilett.

Javier Chevanton has signed a short-term deal with QPR

Transfer news: Javier Chevanton signs for QPR on short-term deal to ease injury crisis up front

Uruguayan international joins on a three-month contract

Christian Eriksen

Christian Eriksen sets his sights on Arsenal star Mesut Ozil as he targets the Premier League title for Tottenham

The former Ajax midfielder made an eye catching debut against Norwich

Emmanuel Adebayor

Transfer news: QPR could make move for Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor reveals Harry Redknapp

The former Arsenal striker has been told to train with the reserves

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