1. Harry Redknapp's Return to Management Will Feature Russell Brand as Assistant

    Harry Redknapp 's first management role since leaving QPR earlier this year will be in a charity game and feature Russell Brand as his assistant...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 1 month ago 4,683 reads 6 comments

  2. Harry Redknapp's QPR Failure Signals End of Era for Premier League

    As Harry Redknapp bade farewell to the Premier League —p ossibly for the last time — without so much as one final car window interview, there was an inescapable ...

    Matt Clough Written by Matt Clough about 4 months ago 3,056 reads 2 comments

  3. Harry Redknapp Resigns from QPR Job: Latest Details, Reaction and More

    Harry Redknapp has resigned as Queens Park Rangers boss due to upcoming knee replacement surgery. The veteran manager's decision was reported by the London club's official Twitter ...

    Nick Akerman Written by Nick Akerman about 4 months ago 15,940 reads 43 comments

  4. Redknapp: Wright-Phillips Not Interested in Leaving as He's on 'Fantastic Money'

    You would be forgiven for thinking Shaun Wright-Phillips has dropped off the face of the earth, but the former England international is still actually at Queens Park Rangers ...

    Sean Fay Written by Sean Fay about 4 months ago 4,094 reads 7 comments

  5. FA Cup Defeat a Bigger Concern for Harry Redknapp and QPR Than Just the Result

    If you're a Premier League side, losing to a League One team in the FA Cup is, to say the least, not ideal. However, Queens Park Rangers' incredibly limp 3-0 defeat to Sheffield United on Sunday is perhaps not their most worrying result of recent weeks.

    Nick  Miller Written by Nick Miller about 5 months ago 1,929 reads 2 comments

  6. World Football's Monday Morning Hangover: The Darkness Before the Dawn

    Welcome to world football's Monday Morning Hangover, an homage to the NFL section's own Monday Morning Hangover, in which we round up the key stories and important points from the last weekend in world football...

    Alex Dimond Written by Alex Dimond about 5 months ago 13,903 reads 24 comments

  7. Daniel Levy Is to Blame for Spurs' Failings This Season

    Over the years, Daniel Levy's stock has risen and fallen in line with that of Tottenham Hotspur . Since becoming the club's chairman in 2001, Levy has presided over a gradual improvement in the club's fortunes...

    Matt Clough Written by Matt Clough about 6 months ago 1,096 reads 2 comments

  8. Redknapp's Public Attack on Taarabt Is an Act of Desperate Scapegoating

    Never one to be upstaged, QPR boss Harry Redknapp followed the breathless end to his side’s 3-2 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday with an astonishing tirade against his attacking midfielder Adel Taarabt...

    Matt Clough Written by Matt Clough about 7 months ago 2,070 reads 4 comments

  9. QPR vs. Liverpool: Harry Redknapp and Brendan Rodgers Post-Match Reaction

    By virtue of two own goals from Queens Park Rangers defenders, Liverpool stole three points from Loftus Road on Sunday, running out of west London as 3-2 victors by the skin of their teeth...

    Tom Sunderland Written by Tom Sunderland about 7 months ago 4,919 reads 10 comments

  10. Top 5 Players Spurs Should Target to Mount Assault on Premier League's Top 4

    Between 2009 and 2012, Tottenham achieved two top-four finishes under Harry Redknapp , allowing their fans to enjoy the theatrical and competitive spectacle of midweek Champions League football...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Alex McKenna about 7 months ago 1,910 reads 2 comments

  11. QPR Fail to Learn Lessons from Premier League Relegation

    It is awfully early in the season to be talking about relegation, but if there’s one team that needs to be seriously worried, it’s Queens Park Rangers ...

    Matt Clough Written by Matt Clough about 8 months ago 2,837 reads 7 comments

  12. Premier League: Should Daniel Levy Be Blamed for Tottenham's Repeated Failures?

    Tottenham Hotspur 's 2013 spending spree was unprecedented. For combined fees of approximately £105 million, they acquired Argentinian wonderkid Erik Lamela, lethal Spanish ...

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 10 months ago 2,692 reads 11 comments