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Queens Park Rangers

Newcastle, Sunderland, West Ham and QPR all tough jobs, so who fits the bill?

John Carver's keeping the seat warm at Newcastle, but let's be honest: it's a good job if you fancy a challenge.

As the 2014-15 Premier League season enters its final furlong, some of England's biggest clubs are already preparing for next season. Two major full-time managerial vacancies already exist, at Newcastle United and Sunderland; two more are likely to open up at West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers. Iain Macintosh scours the job pages.

Newcastle United (Current manager: John Carver)

PROS: The trophy cabinet begs to differ but don't be fooled. This is still one of the biggest clubs in the country....

QPR closer to Premier League drop, despite showing spirit vs. Everton

Chris Ramsey gave his reaction on Sunday after QPR went down 2-1 at home to Everton in the Premier League.
Everton picked up a valuable three points at Loftus Road, condemning QPR to their fifth consecutive defeat.

There was refreshing heart and courage in QPR's latest Premier League failure -- a 2-1 home defeat vs. Everton -- but quality, ultimately, was lacking.

From back to front, players like Rob Green, Nedum Onuoha, Yun Suk-Young, Richard Dunne, Karl Henry, Joey Barton, Bobby Zamora and Charlie Austin have run and kicked and battled but collectively and individually they are coming up short.

Everton could never have been more vulnerable than on Sunday, when they limped into West London on the back of a...

Chris Ramsey is the right man to rebuild QPR if relegation happens

QPR manager Chris Ramsey spoke to the press about the attitude of his squad ahead of his side's Premier League fixture against Everton.

Tottenham's under-18 side was undone in the FA Youth Cup semifinal on Wednesday night at Stamford Bridge by reigning Champions Chelsea.

Tottenham had two stand-out players in their side; everything flowed through attacking midfielder Josh Onomah, whose stature, haircut and marauding style of play was worthy of comparison with Paul Pogba. And Cameron Carter-Vickers was the best defender in the away side that was simply undone by all the power and pace Chelsea's academy has had the time and money to...

Which teams will be relegated?
Stats not good for Hull, Leicester, QPR

The ESPN FC panel discuss the teams they feel will be relegated come the end of the Premier League season.

The end of the Premier League season splits the league into two distinct groups. Some teams play the highest-stakes football of the year, while others are playing out the string. A week ago I dissected and analysed the seven clubs still in the running for a Champions League place. Now, the bottom of the table goes under the microscope.

Currently, there are only six clubs facing any particular risk of relegation, leaving another seven sides to fight for nothing except slightly larger slices of the...

Queens Park Rangers fans deserve an apology as all is well at Loftus Road

QPR's season plumbed new depths on Saturday with a comprehensive 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.

Some housekeeping first -- this is not a blog post; this is a public apology.

It has been pointed out by a selection of right-minded and committed QPR fans that this blog has become negative lately. On a weekly basis, the success stories around Loftus Road have being ignored and in their place foundation-free accusations of mismanagement and rank stupidity aimed at the people that run Queens Park Rangers. And it has gone on too long.

It changes now. QPR is clearly a football club on the up.

The...

QPR distracted by Ferdinand fracas, but must show fight to beat drop

Les Ferdinand is in hot water, but the QPR players must keep their focus.

QPR's director of football Leslie Ferdinand MBE (or "Sir Les" as he is more often referred to around Loftus Road) was hit with an FA charge a few days ago. He was accused of abusing a match official following the club's 2-1 home defeat to Tottenham last weekend and is alleged to have "used abusive and/or insulting words and/or behaviour towards a match official in or around the tunnel area."

There aren't many Members of the Most Excellent Order of the British (MBE) caught swearing at officials at...