Nov 8, 2011

Queens Park Rangers

Football News Update,

Queens Park Rangers 
Queens Park Rangers formed in 1882, as a composite of two teams of St. Jude's and Christchurch Rangers, Queens Park Rangers while the name was chosen because most players come from the Queen's Park in London North West. Recently settled Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road in 1917, although it was later played at White City stadium in the year 1931-33 and 1962/63 seasons. Before at Loftus Road, Queens Park Rangers played in nearly 20 different stadiums that became league record until today.

Queens Park Rangers revolved around Division Two and Three until then make history as the first third division club won the League Cup in 1966/67, when beat West Bromwich Albion 3-2 after being behind 2-0 at Wembley, which for the first time held a final League Cup.

This title is like raising Queens Park Rangers. 1968/69 season became the first season they played at the highest caste English football league. Unfortunately, they only lasted one season and then abandoned the former England coach Terry Venables to become Tottenham Hotspur.

And after a fall of four seasons in Division Two, manager Dave Sexton managed to bring QPR towards the highest achievement in the league until now, namely the rank two Division One in the 1975/76 season, with teams of seven players to defend England, UK countries Kingdom, and Morocco. Sexton also had to take QPR into the League Cup semi-finals and quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup before leaving in 1977 and QPR returned to Division Two in 1979.

The next era of glory under the care of Venables. When still in Division Two in 1982, QPR qualify for the FA Cup final for the first and last time in their history to the present, and later became Division Two champions the following season 1982/83 to return to Division One. Venables eventually moved to Barcelona after a successful QPR sit in fifth place and qualified for the UEFA Cup the following season.

After briefly appeared in the 1986 League Cup final and lost to Oxford United, QPR become a part of teams that competed in the inaugural Premier League season in 1992/93, and became the best team from London by sitting at number five.

Les Ferdinand sold to Newcastle United in July 1995 to the early deterioration of QPR in the late 1990s and the decade of 2000. QPR relegated in 1995/96 season and competed in Division One until 2001 to finally fall into the third caste of English football for the first time in more than 30 years.

The fall was exacerbated by their bankruptcy before the duo purchased the Formula One businessman Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone. Additional investment in early 2008 launched the target enters into the Premier League within four years. However, performance remained improved and managers for the managers took turns occupying the Loftus Road until the end Neil Warnock was appointed in March 2010 and Queens Park Rangers dream to perform in the English Premier League 2011/12. The dream was almost annihilated if I had punished Queens Park Rangers points reduction due to transfer problems Alejandro Faurlin, and lucky they were only given a fine of £ 875,000


Founded        : 1882
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Chair            : Tony Fernandes
Director        : John MacDonald, Rebecca Caplehorn
Stadium        : Loftus Road

Achievement records
2 times champion Division Championship (1982/83, 2010/11)
2 times champions of Football League Division Two (1947/48, 1966/67)
1 time League Cup winners (1966/67)
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