My tribe

QPR to have Faurling court hearing in May

QPR will face a Football Association Independent Regulatory Commission over charges made against them involving player Alejandro Faurlin.

The English Championship club have been charged with breaching Football Association rules relating to the London club's acquisition of Argentine midfielder Faurlin which allegedly involved a third party.

The fact that QPR failed to notify the appropriate authorities prior to registering Faurlin has landed them in hot water and they will be heard in court from May 3 in a bid to clear themselves of any wrongdoing.

 The game is about opinions. Make yours heard! Join the tribalfootball.com nation on Facebook today: Facebook.com/tribalfootball

Andrew Slevison
About the author

Andrew Slevison

Have your say
  • Add your favourite leagues and clubs
  • Build your own personal news stream
  • Easily share your favourite stories
  • Connect with what your friends are saying

Select your favourite
leagues and clubs
to get started.

Already part of MyTribe?