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Silence over Harry Redknapp's future at QPR adds unnecessary pressure

Super-sub Marouane Fellaini scored the decisive goal in Manchester United's late 2-nil victory over QPR.

Harry Redknapp has made some major blunders since he got Queens Park Rangers promoted in May and he's made some pretty soft excuses for most of them, also. But he's part of a collective that also includes the group of people in charge of QPR.

Tony Fernandes, Amit Bhatia, Kamarudin Bin Meranun and Ruben Emir Gnanalingam own the club and Philip Beard is the chief executive. But it is Redknapp who is standing alone right now, taking almost 100 percent of the blame for the club's poor position at 19th,...

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Louis van Gaal saved by his substitutions as United edge past QPR

Marouane Fellaini, on as a second-half substitute for Juan Mata, scored the crucial opener, and fellow substitute James Wilson finished things off against QPR.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 2-0 win at Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.

1. Subs win it for United

Louis van Gaal did not much like being compared to David Moyes last week, but he might be thankful for his predecessor's sole summer signing of 2013 giving him three vital points towards achieving the goal of Champions League qualification.

Just 11 minutes after arriving as a half-time replacement, Marouane Fellaini crashed home an Antonio Valencia ball to score a goal that looked...

Handling of Wright-Phillips the latest example of QPR dysfunction

A big weekend in the Premier League featured relegation battles, a battle for Champions League position, and a manager returning to a familiar place.

Shaun Wright-Phillips has no future at QPR while Harry Redknapp is manager. For the sake of his career and legacy he should have moved on in the summer when the manager made it crystal clear that he was not part of his plans. But he is completely within his rights to sit tight, train, be available for selection and collect his 65,000 pounds-a-week wages. If he has lost the rapid pace that was once arguably his most attractive attribute when moving between Manchester City and Chelsea, there is not...

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Away days set to decide Premier League title and relegation races

Away teams in the Premier League are no longer greeted with the same hostility as in years past.

Remember Manchester United last season? David Moyes, "Cold Trafford" and all that? Take a closer look at the final league table, and recall that Moyes' men had just as good an away record as title-winning Manchester City -- played 19, won 10, drew 4, lost 5.

In fact, only Arsenal, with 11 victories, were more potent away from home. Until April 20, when Moyes lost his job after defeat at Everton, and losing at Sunderland two weeks later under Ryan Giggs' temporary charge, United were on course to...

 By Nick Miller

Same old Harry Redknapp is running out of excuses (again) at QPR

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp expresses his disappointment after being defeated by Burnley.

"It is hard to win away," said manager Harry Redknapp after Queens Park Rangers' 2-1 defeat to Burnley, a result that made their return on the road in the Premier League this season a neat played 10, lost 10 -- a new Premier League record of consecutive defeats since the opening day. Hard it may well be, but you can understand the frustration of those angry QPR fans at Turf Moor on Saturday when the other 91 clubs in England's top four divisions have managed it at least once.

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Taarabt start exposes Redknapp's transfer failings

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp expresses his disappointment after being defeated by Burnley.

Adore or abhor Adel Taarabt, yearn for him to leave QPR or reminisce about his promotion-winning 2010-11 performances in a blue-hooped shirt, hail him as the messiah or scold him for being the naughty boy upsetting manager Harry Redknapp's apple cart. One thing about the polarising Moroccan is he is versatile. Now, in his latest role, balanced between pantomime villain and exiled superhero, he is a pawn in Redknapp's battle with the QPR board over his lack of funds in the current January transfer...