Tribal Football - Football News, Soccer News, Transfers & Rumours Latest Articles for Queens Park Rangers https://www.tribalfootball.com/clubs/queens-park-rangers Thu, 14 Nov 2019 05:43:38 +1100 http://www.tribalfootball.com/images/tribal-logo-rss.png Tribal Football http://www.tribalfootball.com <![CDATA[QPR boss Warburton happy with Manning Newcastle rumours]]> <p>QPR boss Mark Warburton is delighted with the progress of Ryan Manning.</p><p>The left-back has been linked with Newcastle this week.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/qpr-boss-warburton-happy-with-manning-newcastle-rumours-4303434?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> QPR boss Mark Warburton is delighted with the progress of Ryan Manning.

The left-back has been linked with Newcastle this week.

And Warburton says: "Ryan's been playing well, and it's part and parcel of the game that there'll be speculation about a player who's performing well.

It doesn't bother me, and I know Ryan's happy here and knows he has to stay fully focused.

In many ways, the more speculation there is about players, the better. It means they're doing well."

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<![CDATA[Man City ace Sterling: God gave me new Liverpool 'beginning']]> <p>Manchester City ace Raheem Sterling admits getting out of London was the making of him.</p><p>Sterling, who grew up in Wembley, started at QPR before joining Liverpool in 2010, aged 15.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/man-city-ace-sterling-god-gave-me-new-liverpool-beginning-4301608?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Manchester City ace Raheem Sterling admits getting out of London was the making of him.

Sterling, who grew up in Wembley, started at QPR before joining Liverpool in 2010, aged 15.

He said: I loved every minute of it. It was probably the best thing that could happen changing my space, going into a new environment. It was like God gave me a new beginning."

Sterling, 24, revealed he was in some dangerous situations growing up in the capital, which he moved to from Jamaica aged five.

He said: You grow up in some of these areas and at any moment, something can kick off. You have kids and they might see you're from a different area and want to take something off you.

You think, 'No, I'm not giving it to you' and it gets out of hand for no reason. There have been many times in London when things have got sticky."

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<![CDATA[Briatore says AC Milan should fire Gazidis: Insulting!]]> <p>Italian magnate Flavio Briatore says he'd fire AC Milan chief exec Ivan Gazidis.</p><p>Briatore insists there's some good owners in Serie A - but is no fan of former Arsenal chief Gazidis.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/briatore-says-ac-milan-should-fire-gazidis-insulting-4301467?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Italian magnate Flavio Briatore says he'd fire AC Milan chief exec Ivan Gazidis.

Briatore insists there's some good owners in Serie A - but is no fan of former Arsenal chief Gazidis.

He told Radio Radio: "In Italy every other day, someone asks me to do something in the world of football. Already there are some good ones in Italy, but they do the job: (Massimo) Cellino, the Pozzos, they are all professionals, even (Aurelio) De Laurentiis is another very good patron.

"One thing is certain, and I speak from personal experience: in 90% of the cases if you are rich and want to become much less rich, you buy a football team, as I did with the Queens Park Rangers.

"Milan? There is a managing director (Ivan Gazidis) who says 'we are like Serie D': if I were the major shareholder of Milan I would have already fired him. A phrase like this is an insult to Milan fans and to those who put so much money into football."

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<![CDATA[Nakhi Wells keen on QPR stay]]> <p>Nahki Wells would welcome a permanent switch to Queens Park Rangers.</p><p>The Burnley striker has excelled during his second loan spell with West London, having scored seven goals this season.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/nakhi-wells-keen-on-qpr-stay-4299724?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Nahki Wells would welcome a permanent switch to Queens Park Rangers.

The Burnley striker has excelled during his second loan spell with West London, having scored seven goals this season.

Asked about joining QPR permanently, Wells said: "That's all stuff that's beyond any of my decision-making of course.

"But I think the club, the fans, the board everyone knows what my decision would be.

"I love it here, it feels like home to me.

"Of course football is a business though and there's a lot more that goes into it than just me saying I'd like to stay here.

"But if it was possible I wouldn't hesitate one bit."

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<![CDATA[​Taarabt: Man City winger Sterling idolised me at QPR]]> <p>Adel Taarabt has revealed that he was idolised by Manchester City star Raheem Sterling when they were teammates at Queens Park Rangers.<br></p><p>Taarabt was at QPR for a total of six years, starting with a loan move and eventually signing a permanent deal.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/taarabt-man-city-winger-sterling-idolised-me-at-qpr-4298175?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Adel Taarabt has revealed that he was idolised by Manchester City star Raheem Sterling when they were teammates at Queens Park Rangers.

Taarabt was at QPR for a total of six years, starting with a loan move and eventually signing a permanent deal.

During that first season, Sterling was in the club's academy. The latter went on to join Liverpool in 2010.

"Raheem Sterling texted me a few months ago. I was listening to an interview where he said I was his idol at QPR," Taarabt told FourFourTwo.

"These days it would be Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi, but when he was a kid he watched me!"

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<![CDATA[Chris Casper Exclusive: Salford City's long-term (& ambitious) plans]]> <p>The sun was shining over the Peninsula Stadium on August 8 when Salford City made a historic step on a path laid down many years ago.</p><p>It was the day the club played their first ever match in the Football League, resulting in a memorable 2-0 victory over Stevenage.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/chris-casper-exclusive-salford-city-s-long-term-ambitious-plans-4297296?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> The sun was shining over the Peninsula Stadium on August 8 when Salford City made a historic step on a path laid down many years ago.

It was the day the club played their first ever match in the Football League, resulting in a memorable 2-0 victory over Stevenage.

Only one more win has followed in nine League Two games, but Salford City sporting director Chris Casper remains optimistic about the season ahead.

He told tribalfootball.com: "We had a good start against Stevenage.

"And we've had some opportunities in games, where going late into games we've conceded goals, so we could've had more points on the board.

"We're finding our feet and it's a reasonable start."

Many will know the Salford City name due to their connection with Manchester United's famed Class of 92'.

In March 2014, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt and Gary and Phil Neville announced they had each bought a 10 per cent stake in the club, which is based in the working-class area of Salford, three miles from Manchester city centre.

Singaporean billionaire Peter Lim - owner of Spanish giants Valencia - bought the remaining 50 per cent of shares six months later, with David Beckham purchasing ten per cent of that share earlier this year.

Having been a member of the Class of 92' himself, Casper says his former teammates take a vested interest in the Ammies despite their various commitments.

"I communicate daily with Gary. Gary's kind of the lead owner, so to speak. But I communicate to all our owners through our board meetings, our owners meetings etc.

"They take a real active interest in the club as well. They're very supportive and have a lot of experience, which you've got to utilise."

Four promotions in five years have kept Salford on an upward trajectory, with Gary Neville stating after their latest promotion that the Championship could be reached within 15 years. However, not everyone is a fan of their dramatic ascent.

Dubbed the 'Manchester City' of the lower leagues due to their comparative wage bill, the club also had plans to convert a public park into a training facility vetoed after massive backlash from local residents.

But simply buying their way up the leagues is not the grand plan, according to Casper.

The 44-year-old insists the club will provide the same first-team opportunities to their young players as he and the Class of 92' received at United, exemplified by the debut of academy graduate and Salford-native Alex Doyle against Cheltenham last Saturday.

"We've had two promotions in two years and we want to be competitive in this league, that's the thing. The goal is for the club to progress really, that's the most important thing and to do it in the right way.

"I wouldn't want to say that we want to win promotion, everybody wants to challenge and do well in the league, that's obvious, but for me personally on the behalf of the club, it is to continue to build and develop all aspects of the Football Club.

"The Ladies team did very well last season, winning promotion and 2 other cup competitions, whilst the academy also had a fantastic year, which culminated in the first academy graduate to make his debut in the Football League last Saturday in Alex Doyle, who is a local Salford lad.

"He epitomises everything we are about and that for me is a massive success for the club as well, so we are on our way to hitting our targets."


(Chris Casper - Photo courtesy of salfordcity.co.uk)


Now in the fourth-tier of the English football pyramid, Salford are a desirable destination for Premier League clubs looking to loan out their young players, evident in the arrival of Leicester City defender Sam Hughes on transfer deadline day.

With connections to various clubs through Casper and the Class of 92', as well as manager Graham Alexander's history with Burnley, there is certainly potential for Salford to establish a long-term connection with Premier League clubs.

To do that though, Casper insists Salford must build respect and trust by showing their commitment to playing loanees.

"I think it's important you've got as many options as possible instead of cutting it down to one club.

"We've got quite a few Premier League clubs within an hour of the local area and we've got to build a reputation of giving young players an opportunity, looking after them properly etc. It doesn't happen overnight.

"We've just taken a player from Leicester called Sam Hughes, he is 22-years-old and has come over for the season.

"We approached Leicester, I know their sporting director John Rudkin. We had scouted the lad and identified him as a player who fitted our profile, so I talked to John and we recruited Sam last week.

"Leicester are a real good Premier League club, obviously Manchester United and Manchester City aren't far away, Liverpool and Everton, like I say it's about building those relationships so the players coming in are getting the opportunity to play."

Staying close to home is not the only plan however, as Casper makes clear Salford are scouting not only in the United Kingdom, but the whole continent and beyond.

This past summer Oscar Threkeld from Belgian club Waasland-Beveren and Australian defender Cameron Burgess from Scunthorpe United joined Alexander's senior set-up, while 19-year-old defender Yianni Nicolaou, also from Australia, was signed to the youth team after a successful trial period.

And Casper revealed former Melbourne City boss Warren Joyce, who joined as the club's development coach this summer, played a role in Nicolaou.

"Warren played a big part Yianni over and we've got to continue thinking outside the box with recruitment.

"Everybody is normally fishing in the same pond in this country and at this level. There's not many clubs that will go beyond this country but we've got to be that little bit different. There's a massive market in Europe, there's a massive market in Asia and there's a massive market in Australia.

"Obviously having the contacts that Warren's got and has built up over the last few years we've got to utilise that, and obviously from our side with my experience and the owners and the contacts they've got.

"We're all in recruitment together. It's not just one person's specific job. We've all got to do it and utilise our contacts.

"It's just a matter of everybody being aware and being on the front foot in regards and thinking 'Where can we get that next gem?' 'Where's the untapped market?' Looking in places that a lot of places that other clubs aren't and getting that market advantage."

It came as a nice surprise to Casper when he received the offer to become Salford's sporting director in 2017 after working for six years with the Premier League, where he helped develop new programs for youth academies across the country.

Casper moved into the role after working in a variety of positions at professional clubs, including manager of Bury and Team Bath, youth-team coach at Bradford City and assistant manager at Grimsby Town.

And he says this experience was vital to his appointment as an all-encompassing director at Moor Lane.

"It kind of came out of the blue really. Gary approached me one Sunday to see if I'd be interested. I'd been working at the Premier League for over six years in the youth department.

"We'd brought the Elite Player Performance Plan which kind of changed the way the academies operate in England now.

"A big part of why I was recruited was to develop the academy because there was nothing here at the beginning, and the idea is to develop our young players and give them the opportunity that we had when we were at United.

"Part of that was to utilise my knowledge and experience in working with the academies, places such as Liverpool and Man United, Sunderland, Newcastle, and obviously from an experience background having been a manager, a coach, a scout and a player, it was kind of ticking a lot of boxes."

After injury ended his promising career at the age of 24, Casper's longest stint in management came at Bury, where he spent three years in the dugout and oversaw the young careers of Brighton midfielder Dale Stephens and QPR winger Marc Pugh.

Asked if he missed the rigours of management, Casper replied: "A little bit. Especially working with individual players and seeing them develop. It's a really enjoyable part of the job.

"When I was at Bury we didn't have a great deal of resources but the players who I kind of worked with in the youth team; Andy Parish, Nicky Adams, David Buchanan, Marc Pugh, Dale Stephens, they've all gone on to have four, five, six hundred games each which, for me, is a real enjoyable part of the game.

"That's what we want to do at Salford as well. It's not just about spending the most money and trying to get the best players in. We want to develop the best players as well."

If they follow the Class of 92' formula to a tee, you can bet your bottom dollar Salford City will continue their rise up the Football Leagues sooner rather than later.

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<![CDATA[Watford reject Randell Williams catching eye at Exeter]]> <p>A host of clubs are chasing Exeter City winger Randell Williams.</p><p>The former Crystal Palace and Watford man joined Exeter in January.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/watford-reject-randell-williams-catching-eye-at-exeter-4297820?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> A host of clubs are chasing Exeter City winger Randell Williams.

The former Crystal Palace and Watford man joined Exeter in January.

His early season form has drawn interest from Championship clubs Cardiff City, Nottingham Forest, QPR and Huddersfield, according to teamTALK.

The 22-year-old already has three assists to name so far this season.

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<![CDATA[Bournemouth midfielder Cook delighted with comeback game: Some big tackles!]]> <p>Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook is edging closer to a first team return.</p><p>Cook made a big step in his road to recovery by featuring for an hour for Cherries in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Queens Park Rangers yesterday.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/bournemouth-midfielder-cook-delighted-with-comeback-game-some-big-tackles-4296347?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook is edging closer to a first team return.

Cook made a big step in his road to recovery by featuring for an hour for Cherries in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Queens Park Rangers yesterday.

He told the Daily Echo: "It felt good. Obviously it's been a long road. I'm just buzzing to be back on the pitch with the shirt on just enjoying it.

I feel like I could've played the rest of the game but obviously we've got to take precautions, take things slowly and just go from there.

I'm just happy to be on the pitch and just playing football again. It's positive today and I really enjoyed it."

The former England under-21 captain was pleased to come through unscathed.

He said: I had a big tackle which was good. I need things like that coming back into the games.

It was a good one. I've had a few big ones (in training) but that was quite a big one today though!

I was happy with that. Thanks to the guy who did it with me as well. I need people like that to help me.

But I got a lot of the ball, did some nice things and the lads did well."

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<![CDATA[QPR defender Masterson: Kelleher can make it at Liverpool]]> <p>Former Liverpool defender Conor Masterson says Caoimhin Kelleher can make it at Anfield.</p><p>Now with QPR, Masterson still calls the goalkeeper as a Republic of Ireland.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/qpr-defender-masterson-kelleher-can-make-it-at-liverpool-4296199?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Former Liverpool defender Conor Masterson says Caoimhin Kelleher can make it at Anfield.

Now with QPR, Masterson still calls the goalkeeper as a Republic of Ireland.

He told Blood Red podcast: Caoimhin is a great lad, a top professional and an even better person.

I think he can play at the top level. I've trained with him and he's probably the best goalkeeper I've trained with besides obviously Alisson.

"He has a bright future, he has a good contract at Liverpool, things are right for Caoimhin, and I think he can go right to the top."

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<![CDATA[QPR defender Masterson: Van Dijk gave me education at Liverpool]]> <p>Former Liverpool defender Conor Masterson says working with Virgil van Dijk was an education.</p><p>Masterson is now with QPR.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/qpr-defender-masterson-van-dijk-gave-me-education-at-liverpool-4296198?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Former Liverpool defender Conor Masterson says working with Virgil van Dijk was an education.

Masterson is now with QPR.

He told Blood Red podcast: Virgil van Dijk is one of the best players in the world.

You learn so much from him and there's no disgrace in saying I couldn't get in (the team) because of him because he is a top player. Just training with him, and with Joel Matip, Joe Gomez and Dejan Lovren, who are all top players, too, you just learn so much.

You naturally get better and then you can start pushing them, and they see you getting better, and that's how it works. Liverpool players like that have taught me how to defend and it will stand me in good stead at QPR.

You learn so much from Virgil van Dijk and the way he does things. It's the little things things that people wouldn't notice on the pitch, but because you're training with him day in, day out, you learn these things, and you think, 'ah, that's what he does, that's how he makes it look easy'.

It's all in the head, and you pick that up when you start training with them, and you learn more because people realise what he actually does in the moment, say, the ball is kicked up long. The way he beats the man in the air and makes it look easy because he's already a step ahead, he's always jumping earlier, he's already holding the man waiting to jump.

It's little things like that that you wouldn't know unless you were up close day in, day out on the training pitch. That's what make players world class and, as they say, practice makes perfect."

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