Are Foxes wobbling, or waltzing to the title? Interview29th Feb 2024 18:17 For the second time this season leaders Leicester have lost to Boro and Leeds in a week, casting what looked like an absolute procession to the title into some doubt - Ian Gallagher remains pretty confident with his lot.2
Nygaard's St Patrick's Day miracle - History28th Feb 2024 17:13 Ahead of Saturday's trip to Leicester, LFW looks back at a memorable meeting between the two on this ground from 2007 when Marc Nygaard broke character and turned into a world-beating centre forward for the afternoon, securing an unlikely win for a relegation-haunted Rangers.0
Not that John Jensen preview again – Preview23rd Feb 2024 22:33 It’s the accounts, it’s FFP, it’s Rotherham at Loftus Road without an away win in 33 tries, it’s Jordan Hugill, it’s Ilias Chair with that big stone again – it’s the week in QPR, as only QPR could.4
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Niall Rogers dissects the accounts Dave Barton and Saffa Michail who covered for me while I was away discuss the latest goings on.
Of course at QPR if you record a podcast at 9pm and don't post it until the following day then you run the risk of the star player being thrown in a Belgian jail in the meantime but that is the life we've chosen.
Rotherham circling the drain after dire campaign - Interview22nd Feb 2024 13:47 It's gone badly wrong for Rotherham's attempts to consolidate at Championship level, well adrift at the bottom and with no sign of improvement under new manager Leam Richardson - Ross Middleton is our regular Miller who's suffering through it.1
Simon Dorset's annual thoughts on the latest set of QPR accounts...
Always crashing in the same car – Column21st Feb 2024 15:48 Our resident financial columnist Simon Dorset is back for his annual analysis of QPR’s accounts, which they season show an FFP-pushing loss of £20m+ and cover the disastrous 2022/23 season which began with Mick Beale in charge.3
"Stepping away from Birmingham job for 6-8 weeks for a medical procedure"
Birmingham City can confirm that Manager, Tony Mowbray, requires medical treatment which means he will be temporarily stepping away from the on-site management of the Club for a period of approximately six to eight weeks.
Square one – Preview16th Feb 2024 17:43 Having worked themselves into a position to overtake a rival and move out of the bottom three and blown it once again during the week, QPR are back in gap closing mode at Bristol City on Saturday.6
Late, late show on opening day - History16th Feb 2024 10:52 We're back to 2007 for today's memorable match as QPR get ready to head back to Ashton Gate, scene of some high intensity clashes between the teams in the Ian Holloway days.3