QPR sign Luongo and Gladwin

QPR sign Luongo and Gladwin

QPR have signed Swindon Town midfielders Massimo Luongo and Ben Gladwin.

Barton and Rio lead QPR exits

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QPR have announced that several of their top players, including Joey Barton and Rio Ferdinand, will be leaving the club this summer.

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Ramsey wants QPR stability

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Chris Ramsey said it is vital that QPR start next season on a more stable footing if they are to fight for promotion.

Ramsey: We'll try to keep Austin

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QPR head coach Chris Ramsey will make "every effort" to keep striker Charlie Austin at Loftus Road.

Leicester hit five against QPR

Leicester capped their hugely successful return to life as a Premier League club with a thumping 5-1 win over QPR.

Ramsey calls for patience

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QPR head coach Chris Ramsey says the club now need to formulate a long term plan after finishing bottom of the table.

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