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Q.P.R - We're Here To Stay

Started on 2 December 2014 by OMGItsToddzy
Latest Reply on 6 December 2014 by OMGItsToddzy
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6 yearsEdited


Harry Redknapp 'Quits' Q.P.R

In a suprising turn of events Queens Park Rangers 'gaffer' Harry Redknapp has quit Q.P.R after a row with players and the board. It was said to have gone down when Harry had some complaints from the Q.P.R Players over there Training and the way he had 'Mis-Treated' them. A Few words were spoken by Q.P.R bad boy Joey Barton who stated abusive comments such as "Harry was a [email protected]*t" and "He Treat us like sh*t" which really shows the extent of Harry's supposed 'mis-treatment' of his players.After players complained to the board about Harry's misconduct the Board of Directors soon stood in, sources close to the club suggest that Harry shouted abusive comments towards owner Tony Fernandes and also swang a punch towards the Malaysian Airlines entrepreneur. The club terminated his contract immediatley and Harry was escorted off the premises and was told to never return to Loftus Road.

On the other side of the recent dismisal the people and fans will be looking to see who becomes the new manager of Queens Park Rangers. Assistant Manager Kevin Bond released a statement saying "Its sad to see Harry go but we have to move on, all i can say is we have a manager sorted and his name is David Seaman and we wish him all the best here at Q.P.R".So the former Q.P.R, Arsenal & Man City Goalkeeper will be the new manager and with no managerial experience surely its a big risk by owner Tony Fernandes to hire somebody with no managerial background. But as a given Seaman is well known around Loftus Road and i think he could provide a big boost to the Q.P.R faithful.

Looking forward to this save, should be a good one.


Managers Thoughts #1

I loved football as a child and i always wanted to be a proffesional, but i never thought in a million years that i would make it. When i joined Peterbrough i was estatic, it was the greatest feeling ever knowing you had made your dream come true. I stayed at Peterbrough for 2 years before Birmingham got intrested and signed me up. I was scepticle about Birmingham is it never really apealed to me, but once i arrived i liked it instantly. Another 2 year stint at Birmingham lead to Q.P.R becoming intrested in me. I like QPR and the way they played football so i was never going to turn an offer down from them. I proberly enjoyed my best spell at QPR as after 4 glorious years i was subjected to a contract offer from Arsenal. I couldnt believe that such a huge club wanted my services and without a second thought i took the offer and packed my bags. I stayed at Arsenal for 13 years making over 400 Apps and been one of the greatest goalkeepers to ever grace the pitch. During my time at Arsenal I was brought into the England national team and made a total of 75 appearances for the Three Lions. The reality was ny 2004 i was old and Arsenal needed a frwsh face so i moved to Manchester City to play out my final season before retiering from thre beautiful game.
But now after a rest im back and im ready to coach, and who would of thought that i would be backat Q.P.R as there new manager. It felt just like the day i was signed for Peterbrough, that spark was back in my heart and had re lit the passionate fire in my heart i was ready for this.


'Seaman's Signings'

In the wake of his recent capture of the QPR bossman seat Daid Seaman has today stamped his authority on the transfer market by adding 2 new additions to his team at Loftus Road. The first signing to join Loftus Road was out of favour Man Utd midfielder Anderson. Anderson who made 101 Apps for Man Utd had been left to rot in the reserves for the last few seasons and ultimatley was placed on the transfer market. Anderson who joined United from FC Porto for a fee of £12,500,000 started life at United well untill he was dropped to the bench for a few games after that he slowly faded from the ranks of United and was left in the reserve team. Seaman released a statement earlier with his thoughts on the player "I think Anderson is a fantastic player and i believe he will be a great addition to the team" Seaman picked up Ansderson for a fee of £2,800,000 which is only 3/12ths what United payed for him. But will the risk of buying a player who hasnt seen first team football for some time pay off or will he be a Loftus Road flop.

Later that day Seaman had reveiled he had purchased a Right Back for his squad. a few hours later a full statement was released that, Swansea City Right Back, Ashley Richards had joined the club for a transfer fee of £2,400,000. Seman went on to say "Ashley hasnt graced the field much in his carrer, but he will be given the chance here at Loftus Road" This signing caught the QPR fansd off guard but netherless they were happy with the 2 signings made.
In othe rnews QPR are also set to offload a few big names as the likes of Junior Hoilett,Joey Barton & Shaun Wright-Phillips are set to leave the club at somepoint ato free up squad space and wages aswell as to give them the playing time they were not going to recieve at Loftus Road according to Seaman.


Good luck with the over-paid hacks mate.
why dont loan anderson and only see if you should buy him after the season?
@Walkinshaw - Overpaid Hacks??

Yiliang99 - Needed To Bring In Someone Permanantley, Plus i would have to pay Monthly Loan Fee's and Such
David Seaman interesting choice. But such an unfortunate name for a man who kept so many clean sheets.
I will be watching this story closely and commenting on it, up the R's
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6 yearsEdited


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good luck man :)
hope you bring the best of charlie austin, is he as good as he is in fm 14?
Mate with 35m budget, QPR are such a sweaty team to manage ;) With that being said, Hoilett was amazing for me - pace pace pace.

Good luck!
@WelbzIsDatGuy, Cheers.

@[email protected] I hope i can bring the best out of him too, he was good in 14 here's hoping he is good in 15.

@Icarus (Sacuri)We didnt get a 35m budget lol XD i got given 5m, Also i feel Hoilett has deterioted for the worse and he wont be featuring much in my plans as i have Taarabt,Matt Phillips, Maruicio Isla etc. And Cheers

Managers Thoughts #2

Im not going to lie the Premier League was a scary place, every where you went you felt like you was being judged it wasnt a great feeling. But once you got past that part the Premier League was a vibrant place, a place where I felt right at home. Pre-Season was a good one and the players were looking ready for the season ahead. During our Pre-Season we didnt lose a game which gave me real hope for the campaign ahead and not to mention our training tour in Germany was fantastic and what a place. I had never visted Germany properly but we where travelling all over Germany for our Pre-Season Tour.


Q.P.R 3-0 Q.P.R U21's (Eduardo Vargas x2,Adel Taarabt)

Match Thoughts:I felt we played with confidence in this game, we dominated from the off and established a lead. We built like a pressure cooker slowly becoming more attacking throughout the game. Eduardo Vargas gave me something to think about after that performance, could he replace Charlie Austin?

Hoffenheim 1-1 Q.P.R(Adel Taarabt)

Match Thoughts:I was very proud of the team in this game as Heffenheim are a great side and i felt we should of won it as we had a goal dissalowed for offside. We started off slow but built on our mistakes from conceding a goal we pushed on throughout the game and eventually found an equalizer through Adel Taarabt. Overall i think we deserved the drew and maybe abit more, Could Adel Taarabt be our key man?

Bayern II 0-6 Q.P.R ( Bobby Zamora x2,Alejandro Faurlin,Charlie Austin,Leroy Fer,Mauricio Isla)

Match ThoughtsWhat a great result against a good team, okay its not the real bayern but they still had some good players in that team. We played so freely and confidently which allowed us to dominate from the off. A variety of scorers is always good and it was good to see Charlie Austin put in a good performance. Could Charlie Austin claw his way back in?

Neustrelitz 1-6 Q.P.R (Eduardo Vargas x2,Matt Phillips x2,Adel Taarabt,Mauricio Isla)

Match Thoughts:Another 6 goals for us another dominant win i was happy and the players morale was superb, we were looking like a a real force. Okay im not going to lie i had never heard of this team and from what i gathered they were no Bayern Munich but regardless we dwas dominant.Vargas was really trying to push Austin out of his 1st team postion and it was working he is in great form. Is Vargas The Number 1?

Homburg 0-1 Q.P.R (O.G)

Match Thoughts:As our time in Germany came to an end it wasnt on a pleasing note. We only beat Homburg through an own goal and our performance was below par. Id like to forget this one and move on but a wins a win. Is the momentum gone?

Q.P.R 3-1 Arsenal (Leroy Fer x2,Charlie Austin)

Match Thoughts:
After a drab match vs Homburg this was a stunning performance.We outplayed Arsenal and was the dominant team although Arsenal had the most possesion we were the better side. Leroy Fer put ina blinding performance and he has a condfirmed spot in my regular 11. Is Leroy Fer the new Stevie G?

Q.P.R 4-0 Salisbury (Bobby Zamora x3,Leroy Fer)

Match Thoughts:A nice way to round of our pre-season a comfortable 4-0 win and a lot to think about. Bobby Zamora had given me something to think about after netting a hat-trick but it was against a non-league team. Either way it wa sgoing to be tough to pick an 11 as every player wanted a 1st team spot and showed it durin pre-season. Does Bobby Zamora have the Premier League quality?

Pre-Season Round Up:

So overall a great pre-season and some tough decisions to make with the Burnley game only round the corner there is going to be some tough decsions but what ever squad i put out i believe they can do the job.
A great pre-season mate with some morale boosting results mixed in with some great results against tough teams.

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