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

Mykhailo Fomenko keeps his answers short and silences long
Johnson was forced off in the first half against Chelsea

Transfer news: QPR lift the lid on why Andrew Johnson transfer to Crystal Palace was called off at the last minute

Striker was at the Eagles training ground to negotiate a deal but but a fee wasn't agreed before the 11pm deadline

QPR 1 Ipswich 0 match report: Youngster Tom Hitchcock scores last-minute winner in dramatic victory for Rangers

The 20-year-old son of QPR goalkeeping coach Kevin Hitchcock comes off the bench to score in the final minute and hand Harry Redknapp's side the win

Scott Parker

Transfer news: Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker close to QPR switch

Scott Parker is close to signing for Queen's Park Rangers after the west London club agreed a £3.5m fee with Tottenham.

Transfer news: QPR sign former West Ham midfielder Gary O'Neil on a free transfer

O'Neil joins on a one-year deal after spending the last fortnight training with the club

Andy Johnson celebrates his return to action after he scored the winner against Sheffield Wednesday

Queens Park Rangers 2 Sheffield Wednesday 1 match report: Andrew Johnson lifts Rangers to show fans it's not all doom and gloom

Johnson marked his return from a long-term injury with winning goal after Nedum Onuoha cancelled out Atdhe Nuhui opener for Wednesday

QPR striker Loic Remy

Transfer news: Newcastle told they must meet £8m buy-out clause to sign QPR striker Loic Remy

The Frenchman is eager to leave Loftus Road following the club's relegation

Transfer news: Joey Barton likened to Forrest Gump by Everton legend Neville Southall

Southall doesn't see what 30-year-old Barton could add to the squad and would rather the club sign a younger player with more potential

Former Aston Villa defender Richard Dunne

Transfer news: QPR confirm signing Richard Dunne of free transfer

Republic of Ireland defender will join squad after his Aston Villa contract expired

QPR striker Loic Remy

Newcastle reveal interest in Aston Villa striker Darren Bent and QPR forward Loic Remy

Both strikers are available this summer

Harry's Games, By John Crace. Constable, £18.99

It's almost impossible to write a dull book about Harry Redknapp. Harry's Games begins with 'Arry found not guilty of tax evasion charges, seemingly certain to get the England football manager's job, only to be passed over, then sacked by Spurs and appointed by QPR. Though calling it a "Greek tragedy" is overstating it a bit.

Chris Samba took a £20,000-a-week pay cut and swapped the Champions League prospects in Russia for a relegation fight with QPR because he missed his family

Christian Samba close to Russia return as Queens Park Rangers accept £12m bid

Former club Anzhi Makhachkala rumoured to want defender back after just half a season at Loftus Road

Moving on: Danny Simpson as a Newcastle United player - with Ryan Giggs of Manchester United hot on his heels

Relegated QPR pick up Newcastle defender Danny Simpson

'I really think we can go straight back up'

Glenn Hoddle believes changes need to be made should he take up a role with the England Under-21's

Glenn Hoddle not interested in England Under-21s role unless changes are made to selection policy

Hoddle believes the FA need to allow best players to go to major tournaments if he is to have any interest should Stuart Pearce leave

Liverpool's Jamie Carragher applauds at the end of the English Premier League match between Liverpool and Everton at Anfield

Replacing Jamie Carragher 'won't be easy' admits Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

The defender played his final game yesterday

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