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Spurs supporters rejoiced at the news to which some Arsenal fans reportedly responded with anti-Semitic comments

Djibril Cissé celebrates scoring after just 12 minutes of his Queen’s Park Rangers debut last night

Hughes 'delighted' despite Villa fightback

Aston Villa 2 (Bent 45, N'Zogbia 79) Queen's Park Rangers 2 (Cissé 12, Warnock og 29)

Villa claw a draw thanks to N'Zogbia debut goal

Aston Villa 2 Queens Park Rangers 2

Newcastle into sixth place after win over QPR

Newcastle 1 QPR 0

Hughes has a good track record of finding value in the transfer market

Reviving Rangers: Five challenges for Hughes to address

Welshman must fix a leaky defence and buy astutely this month to keep QPR in top flight

<b>January 8 - Neil Warnock (QPR) </b><br/>
QPR boss Neil Warnock became the second Premier League casualty of the season following a 1-1 draw with MK Dons in the FA Cup. Following a strong start to the season following promotion from the Championship last term, the Rs have slipped down the table with a return of one point from the last 18 possible. A statement from Rangers said the decision was due to

Neil Warnock: If more people at QPR knew the game, I'd still be there

No doubt a string of agents had been in touch to say their man could do a better job

Danny Graham of Swansea scores the opening goal during the Barclays Premier League match

QPR halt slide with well-earned point

Swansea 1 Queens' Park Rangers 1

I hope Adel Taarabt kisses me quick if he breaks his scoring duck today

QPR manager Neil Warnock hits out at Adel Taarabt 'advisors'

QPR manager Neil Warnock has pleaded with Adel Taarabt to start making the most out of his "great ability".

Neil Warnock with winner Lewis Hamilton

Neil Warnock: Abu Dhabi GP puts Premier League race in the shade

What I Learnt This Week

Shaun Wright-Phillips signs for QPR

QPR have completed the signing of Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips.

Shaun Wright-Phillips in talks with three clubs

Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips is to hold discussions with QPR and two other clubs over a potential move, his agent has confirmed.

Bolton confirm Shaun Wright-Phillips talks in progress

Bolton boss Owen Coyle has confirmed talks are ongoing aimed at bringing Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips to the Reebok Stadium.

Tour&#233; talks tough about United while City go gentle on Balotelli

Manchester City's £38m record signing, Sergio Aguero, is expected to be confined to the bench for Sunday's Community Shield encounter with Manchester United but midfielder Yaya Touré has said that the club are already viewing a win at Wembley as a way to "show United we are here".

Tevez's £44m move in doubt as clock ticks for Corinthians to complete deal

Carlos Tevez's transfer to Corinthians hung in the balance last night when the Brazilian club failed to provide the necessary banker's guarantee to Manchester City that underpins the £44m deal.

Mancini urges City to forget Wembley in quest to end away drought

Not since Boxing Day have Manchester City won a Premier League game on the road but if they can end that run at Blackburn Rovers this evening the reward will be some breathing space in the quest for a fourth-place finish and the accompanying promise of a place in the Champions League.

Shaun Wright-Phillips wants to stay at Manchester City

Shaun Wright-Phillips wants a life sentence at Manchester City.

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