Tribal Football - Football News, Soccer News, Transfers & Rumours Latest Articles for Queens Park Rangers https://www.tribalfootball.com/clubs/queens-park-rangers Wed, 19 Jun 2019 04:54:12 +1000 http://www.tribalfootball.com/images/tribal-logo-rss.png Tribal Football http://www.tribalfootball.com <![CDATA[Ex-QPR whiz Josh Bowler has no regrets moving to Everton]]> <p>Josh Bowler has no regrets moving to Everton.</p><p>Bowler could cost more than 4m after arriving from QPR in 2017 and the winger impressed as David Unsworth's under-23 completed a league and cup double last term.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/ex-qpr-whiz-josh-bowler-has-no-regrets-moving-to-everton-4283385?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Josh Bowler has no regrets moving to Everton.

Bowler could cost more than 4m after arriving from QPR in 2017 and the winger impressed as David Unsworth's under-23 completed a league and cup double last term.

I joined in the summer when England won the Under-20 World Cup and there were four Everton players in that team," Bowler told the club's website.

That had a big influence on my decision because I saw there was a pathway and as soon as I came here, I realised that was the case.

Unsy wants to get the young players into first-team training.

As much as we like winning Under-23 games, and however good it was to win the league, you can still see the main aim for Unsy is to push as many players into the first team as possible so it is great to be here."

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<![CDATA[Trevor Francis exclusive: Record transfers, Nottingham Forest & Clough today]]> <p>It's hard to imagine given the monopoly realm the game has entered in recent seasons, but it was only 40 years ago when the first million-pound signing shook the footballing world.</p><p> What might surprise modern fans even more is that the club which paid that landmark fee for Birmingham City star Trevor Francis was Nottingham Forest.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/trevor-francis-exclusive-record-transfers-nottingham-forest-clough-today-4282935?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> It's hard to imagine given the monopoly realm the game has entered in recent seasons, but it was only 40 years ago when the first million-pound signing shook the footballing world.

What might surprise modern fans even more is that the club which paid that landmark fee for Birmingham City star Trevor Francis was Nottingham Forest.

Legendary Forest manager Brian Clough made history by doubling the previous transfer record of 516,000 to sign 24-year-old Francis, who was by then a First Division goal machine and England international.

Speaking to Tribalfootball about his riveting new autobiography, One In A Million, Francis admits it is impossible to understand the impact of his move given today's exorbitant transfer fees.

He said: "I do think that the last few years it has gone ridiculously out of proportion to the point now where I don't think anyone cares or bothers as much as they when I was transferred.

"There was far, far greater interest with the first million pound transfer to the current transfer fees.

"With respect to the time when I played, footballers went for what I considered to be reasonably sensible transfer fees, today, I hear 20m, 30m and I'm asking the question: who's he? I've never heard of him."

In February 1979, Forest manager Clough wanted to add firepower to the defending First Division champions and decided on Francis, who had made his professional debut for Birmingham at 16 and went on to score 119 goals in 280 league appearances.

Every penny spent on Francis was repaid at the end of his debut season when he scored the winning goal in the European Cup final against Swedish side Malmo.

Deep in the first-half in Munich, John Robertson found space on the left-wing before he lofted a teasing cross to the back-post, where an outstretched Francis managed to head the ball and once again write his name in the history books.


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Injuries plagued Francis over the next two seasons at Forest, and despite scoring vital goals in the European Cup quarter and semi-finals, Clough sold his record signing to Manchester City in September 1981.

Asked if he has any regrets about his Forest career, Francis replies: "Yes but that wasn't my doing.

"Brian made a decision that I was going to move, as he did with many of the European Cup team; Peter Shilton, John Robertson etc.

"If he wants you to go, whatever he said, we obeyed. You don't disagree and question anything that he said. I would have liked to have stayed at Forest, but having said that, I enjoyed immensely my time at Manchester City, where I spent just the one year, but it was great.

"I left far, far too earlier at Nottingham Forest but the biggest regret I have is the amount of injuries I sustained."

Francis remains a revered figure with the Forest faithful after all these years, despite the fallout from his shock transfer from the City Ground.

When asked about Clough, Francis believes undoubtedly that he would be successful in today's game, even if he would have had to pay a lot of fines.

"He would be because I think he had the ability and the intelligence to manage, in any walk of life, it didn't necessarily have to be football. He was a leader of men. His style commanded huge respect and he think would have been a success certainly in modern day football.

"I'm not suggesting to you that he would have conformed to modern day ways, which are very, very different.

"I laugh at that (the scientific approach) because I just cannot imagine anyone going to Brian Clough and saying: listen this what I think you should do. I know what would happen. The guy would be instantly dismissed.

"Brian Clough would not conform to some of the modern day means. I think about the media as well, he was great with the media, but on his terms.

"Today you get fined if you don't turn up to after match press conferences, so I think he'd pay a lot of fines undoubtedly. Listen he had that talent and you never lose that.

"It's like Alex Ferguson. When he started managing at Manchester United it was very different to the last five, six years of his time but he adapted and was hugely successful. And Brian Clough would've been the same. He was just a great manager."

Francis returned to England with QPR in 1988 after six years abroad with Sampdoria, Atalanta and Rangers.

It was at Loftus Road where Francis had his first taste of management when he took over from Jim Smith in a player-manager role.

Although the spell was unsuccessful, Francis succeeded in his next role at Sheffield Wednesday, taking the club to an incredible third-placed finish behind Leeds United and Manchester United in 1992 and an FA Cup final the following season. He reached another Cup final with Birmingham City in 2001.

It is hardly a surprise Francis stepped into the dugout when you consider his playing career was peppered with some of British football's greatest minds, including Clough, Sir Alf Ramsey and Bobby Robson.

While he took as much as he could from those legends, Francis insists it was important to maintain his own personality during his management career.

"I think I'd be an idiot to dismiss all the knowledge that they've gained over the years and I've watched and listened and looked at what they've done in their managerial careers when I was playing under them and you know, I'm very fortunate to have had that opportunity.

"That's not to say I tried to model myself on any of those guys but you just take little bits of information and things they used and try to implement into your own management style.

'But you have to try and be yourself. You can't suddenly become somebody different. Then you're fake. Just be genuine, honest. I think players respond to that honesty and commitment."

An eloquent and articulate man, Francis used his knowledge and skills in the world of television once his management career finished at Crystal Palace, although he is quick to inform me that he never officially retired from the dugout.

Formerly a regular on Sky Sports and BT Sport, the past few years have been tough for Francis after his wife of 43 years, Helen, was lost to cancer in April 2017.

"The last 18 months to two years I haven't done too much. I've just started back now and I've got more enthusiasm within me because I lost my wife a couple of years ago and it really knocked the sh*t out of me.

"I don't have any regrets (about management) I'm happy doing what I'm doing and whatever I do I always try and do my best, whether it's doing an interview with yourself and I try and make this the best interview I've done so far over the past three or four days.

"I've got the philosophy in life: if you're not going to do it right, don't bother, don't do it all. It's the same with chatting to you now. If I didn't think I could give you a decent interview I wouldn't bother doing it."

Francis has certainly applied that philosophy to the writing of his new autobiography, One In A Million, which you can purchase by clicking here.

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<![CDATA[Ex-Arsenal starlet Chris Willock wanted by West Brom]]> <p>Ex-Arsenal starlet Chris Willock is being linked with a return to England.</p><p>The Express &amp; Star says West Brom are being linked with a move for Willock.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/ex-arsenal-starlet-chris-willock-wanted-by-west-brom-4281127?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Ex-Arsenal starlet Chris Willock is being linked with a return to England.

The Express & Star says West Brom are being linked with a move for Willock.

The 21-year-old plays primarily as a winger, but can also play as a central attacking midfielder - and is currently on the books for Benfica's B team.

Reports claim that Albion were keen on a move in January, along with Hull, QPR, Ipswich and Norwich.

Willock has battled to break into Benfica's first team this season.

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<![CDATA[​QPR confirm Sherwood remains among candidates]]> <p>Queens Park Rangers will speak to a number of managers about their vacancy.<br></p><p>The Championship side are looking to find a replacement for Steve McClaren, who departed earlier in the month.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/qpr-confirm-sherwood-remains-among-candidates-4278178?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Queens Park Rangers will speak to a number of managers about their vacancy.

The Championship side are looking to find a replacement for Steve McClaren, who departed earlier in the month.

The likes of Tim Sherwood and Mark Warburton are being linked with the job, along with Darren Moore.

And QPR director of football Les Ferdinand says they will do a thorough search to find the right candidate.

"We've interviewed quite a few so far and we're just trying to compile a shortlist from the ones we have interviewed," Ferdinand told Sky Sports News at QPR's golf day.

"John Eustace, Matt Gardiner and Chris Ramsey have done a good job, getting us into a position where we are safe this season, so we can probably extend the process a little bit longer.

"We're toying with the idea whether to bring someone in before the end of the season but it all depends on who blows us away.

"Tim is one of those we wanted to speak to, we have spoken to him and there's no talk of pulling himself out of it at the moment. We're still going through a process and hopefully by the end of that process we'll make the right long-term decision for QPR."

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<![CDATA[CASH STUNNER! PSG owners ponder Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa or QPR takeover]]> <p>The Qatar government's Qatar Sport Investments (QSI) are ready to buy an English club.</p><p>The owners of PSG have been linked with a move for AS Roma to the tune of 400m.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/cash-stunner-psg-owners-ponder-nottingham-forest-aston-villa-or-qpr-takeover-4276451?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> The Qatar government's Qatar Sport Investments (QSI) are ready to buy an English club.

The owners of PSG have been linked with a move for AS Roma to the tune of 400m.

However, Le Parisien says QSI are focusing on the English market - particularly the Championship.

Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa and QPR have all been mentioned as potential purchases.

It's suggested QSI are focusing on England's second tier as they do not wish their investment to impinge on their work with PSG.

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<![CDATA[Sherwood in frame for QPR job]]> <p>Former Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood is in the frame for the QPR job.</p><p>The <a href="https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/qpr/qpr-make-tim-sherwood-no1-target-as-they-draw-up-shortlist-for-managers-job-a4109616.html">London Evening Standard</a><a href="https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/qpr/qpr-make-tim-sherwood-no1-target-as-they-draw-up-shortlist-for-managers-job-a4109616.html"></a> says QPR want Sherwood to take over as the new manager at Loftus Road.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/sherwood-in-frame-for-qpr-job-4275586?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Former Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood is in the frame for the QPR job.

The London Evening Standard says QPR want Sherwood to take over as the new manager at Loftus Road.

Rangers have drawn up a shortlist of candidates to replace Steve McClaren since his sacking on Monday but Sherwood is their top target.

The 50-year-old worked with QPR director of football Les Ferdinand at Tottenham and the pair have remained close allies.

Sherwood has been out of work since leaving Aston Villa in 2015. He will want assurances over the club's plans and financial restraints, but Rangers hope to convince him to return to management.

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<![CDATA[Exclusive: Lee Clark open to Charlton call if Bowyer joins QPR]]> <p>Tribalfootball columnist Lee Clark has put his hand up to takeover at Charlton Athletic, should current manager Lee Bowyer depart the club.</p><p>QPR have earmarked Bowyer as a possible candidate to replace Steve McClaren, who was sacked on Monday.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/exclusive-lee-clark-open-to-charlton-call-if-bowyer-joins-qpr-4275522?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Tribalfootball columnist Lee Clark has put his hand up to takeover at Charlton Athletic, should current manager Lee Bowyer depart the club.

QPR have earmarked Bowyer as a possible candidate to replace Steve McClaren, who was sacked on Monday.

Former Newcastle and Leeds United midfielder Bowyer has Charlton in contention for a League One play-off spot.

If he were to depart for Rangers, The Sun claim Addicks owner Roland Duchatelet would be interested in bringing in former Huddersfield manager Clark.

46-year-old Clark has been out of work since his short stint at Bury two years ago and is keen on a return to management.

Clark has respect for his former Toon teammate and would not get in contact with Charlton about becoming his successor.

But should Bowyer leave The Valley, Clark would be open to speaking with the south-east London outfit.

He told TribalFootball.com: "Obviously they've got a manager in place as far as I'm concerned.

"I know the stories are along the lines if the manager was to leave but I've always been a manager that is open and honest and I would never be putting myself forward for jobs when managers are still in place.

"I know Lee very well, I played alongside him in my last year of playing at Newcastle. I get along with Lee well He's done a terrific job there so theres no surprise that other clubs are looking at him.

"But I'm a manager out of work so if the job becomes available and they want to speak with us then I'd be very much interested."

Former Fulham midfielder Clark has also managed at Huddersfield, Birmingham City, Blackpool and Kilmarnock.

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<![CDATA[Tribalfootball's Lee Clark in frame for Charlton job]]> <p>Former Huddersfield Town boss Lee Clark is being linked with Lee Bowyer's job at Charlton Athletic.</p><p><a href="https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/8777550/charlton-lee-clark-manager-bowyer-qpr/">The Sun</a> says the Addicks are lining up Clark as a possible replacement for Lee Bowyer.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/tribalfootball-s-lee-clark-in-frame-for-charlton-job-4275343?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Former Huddersfield Town boss Lee Clark is being linked with Lee Bowyer's job at Charlton Athletic.

The Sun says the Addicks are lining up Clark as a possible replacement for Lee Bowyer.

Addicks boss Bowyer is keen on moving across London to take over at Loftus Road after the sacking of Steve McClaren.

QPR are 17th in the Championship with just one wine in their last 13 league games.

And if Bowyer is allowed to speak the Hoops about their vacancy, Clark is high on owner Roland Duchatelet's list of candidates.

Tribalfootball.com columnist Clark has been out of work since his short stint at Bury two years ago and is ready to return to the game.

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<![CDATA[Ex-QPR boss Holloway slaughters sacked McClaren]]> <p>Former QPR boss Ian Holloway has no sympathy for Steve McClaren after his dismissal yesterday.</p><p>The ex-Newcastle United manager took over from Holloway last summer and the 56-year-old, whose last managerial post was at Loftus Road, did not hold back following McClaren's dismissal. </p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/ex-qpr-boss-holloway-slaughters-sacked-mcclaren-4275179?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Former QPR boss Ian Holloway has no sympathy for Steve McClaren after his dismissal yesterday.

The ex-Newcastle United manager took over from Holloway last summer and the 56-year-old, whose last managerial post was at Loftus Road, did not hold back following McClaren's dismissal.

"He took my job," Holloway told talkSPORT. "I still had another year left at the club. I'm still being paid by them now.

"He was talking to the chairman [Amit Bhatia] while I was in the job, saying what he'd do. He hasn't been able to do that.

"What goes around comes around. Where the hell are the young lads I was told to bring through? [Ebere] Eze isn't playing, what about [Ryan] Manning? They're not playing.

"I was told to promote the youth and bring people in who cared about the club, it's not happening. He had my babies and took my kids."

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<![CDATA[QPR boss McClaren insists no Newcastle regrets]]> <p>Steve McClaren has no regrets taking the Newcastle United job.</p><p>McClaren, now in charge of QPR. lasted less than a season on Tyneside.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/qpr-boss-mcclaren-insists-no-newcastle-regrets-4274079?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BQueens%2BPark%2BRangers'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Steve McClaren has no regrets taking the Newcastle United job.

McClaren, now in charge of QPR. lasted less than a season on Tyneside.

"It wasn't a failure because of any one person, it was a combination of which I was also a part of," McClaren said.

"Someone said to me nostalgia gets in the way of the future, and I'm still thinking about that. I don't look back too often, but ingrained in the back of my head are all of those experiences which, when I need them, suddenly they come to the forefront, and I remember.

"That leads to sleepless nights, but that's part and parcel of the job. I just want to make players better, make coaches better, and help QPR to achieve what they want to achieve, for as long as we can.

"That didn't look very long two or three months ago [when QPR were struggling], and still we need to keep our feet on the ground because I know better than most that, in football, things change very, very quickly."

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