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Pathetic QPR down in shame

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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Charlie Austin has taken the long way on his path to Premier League success

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson assess QPR's Charlie Austin, who comes in at No. 35 in ESPN FC's #PremRank.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson assess QPR's Charlie Austin who comes in at No. 35 in ESPN FC's #PremRank.

Queens Park Rangers' season is ending with almost all hands lost. A squad of ageing veterans and mediocre imports will be broken up in the summer, as the club's owners attempt to salvage order from chaos while also mounting a legal battle to evade a £58 million fine for breaching Football League financial rules during the club's last stay in the Championship.

Charlie Austin, though, looks certain to be back in England's first division next season. A club that desperately needs the money will...

Charlie Austin gets top marks; a few 'bad eggs' score low at QPR

Charlie Austin enjoyed a fine season but couldn't keep Queens Park Rangers afloat.

QPR's squad of players -- fully-fit, in-form and motivated -- should have helped them cruise to mid-table obscurity this season, instead they fell to another infamous relegation and most of the guilty parties, criticised as "bad eggs" by Joey Barton, will now collect their lucre elsewhere.

Player ratings (1-10; 10=best. Players with fewer than 10 appearances not counted)

GK Rob Green, 8 -- A titan at the back for Rangers who has more than earned a reported move to Chelsea this summer. A few individual...

Pathetic QPR down in shame amid a disastrous Premier League season

With the Premier League season over, here's a look back at Queens Park Rangers' campaign as thoughts turn towards the summer and next season.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: F

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Winning 4-1 away at West Brom gave long-suffering away supporters something to cheer about and gave a few of them false hope for Premier League survival.

Bobby Zamora's goal was sublime and he deserved that after an impressive second half of the season where he was correctly used by head coach Chris Ramsey...

Fer not a fit for QPR in the Championship

QPR manager Chris Ramsey insists his side are looking to return to the Premier League next season and congratulates Charlie Austin on his England call-up.

Anyone who saw Leroy Fer's goal for QPR in the 2-1 win over Newcastle two weeks ago will know he has the quality to play in the Premier League. But if you saw his defensive contributions for two of the five goals the club conceded against Leicester on Sunday, you might assume he doesn't have the heart for a Championship slog.

Marc Albrighton gave the Netherlands international a 12-metre head start in their race for the ball in the build-up to Leicester's second goal and the Englishman still cruised...

Premier League season in a sentence - how did your team do this term?

The ESPN FC crew discuss the Premier League team of the year.

As the dust settles on another Premier League season, it is time to reflect on the campaign and how it went for each club. Was it a success or failure? We asked our Premier League bloggers to assess their season in a sentence.

1. Chelsea

Worthy champions from start to finish -- "boring" is just a jealous state of mind.

2. Manchester City

Taken to the cleaners by Arsenal in the Community Shield, ill-prepared City did not heed that wake up call and suffered for most of the season.

3. Arsenal

Although...

The gulf between QPR and Leicester City appears wider than ever

England manager Roy Hodgson has handed QPR striker Charlie Austin his first call-up to the national side for fixtures against the Republic of Ireland and Slovenia.

Don't look so surprised. This time last year, QPR finished 22 points behind a rampant Leicester City in the Championship. As Nigel Pearson's side ran away with the second-tier title, Rangers hobbled over the line via a magical playoff win.

That goal by Bobby Zamora instantly erased the memories of a substandard season, one that was kept alive only by the heroics of Charlie Austin and his relentless flow of goals. This season has been no different, although Leicester took a little while to get out...