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QPR manager Mark Hughes looks on during his side's defeat to West Ham

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QPR boss Mark Hughes admits everyone at the club is frustrated that they are yet to record a league win this season but remains confident in the ability of his players.

Mark Hughes watches QPR slip to another defeat against West Ham

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The Queen's Park Rangers chairman, Tony Fernandes, took to Twitter yesterday to tell fans that he would not be turning his back on manager Mark Hughes with the club bottom of the Premier League and without a win after six games.

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QPR chairman Tony Fernandes backs under pressure Mark Hughes, insisting the Welshman 'will sort it out'

Queens Park Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes has backed struggling manager Mark Hughes to turn around the club's fortunes after a 2-1 home loss to West Ham United left them rooted to the bottom of the Premier League.

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James Lawton: These zombie boo-boys are the curse of modern game

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Chelsea were today charged over the behaviour of their players during their west London derby defeat at QPR.

Chelsea target five signings in summer spree

Chelsea may have no manager but they are ploughing ahead with a serious overhaul of the playing staff, with up to five players leaving and five more coming in.

Carlo Ancelotti in dark over Chelsea future ahead of 'last' home game

Carlo Ancelotti today refused to contemplate the prospect of Chelsea's Barclays Premier League clash with Newcastle being his final home game at the club.

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