Old Trafford & Queens Park Rangers

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Queens Park Rangers Football Club (usually referred to as QPR) is an English professional football club, based in White City, London. 5.0/5

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Van Gaal: We must respond in replay Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal will demand a better display from his team when Cambridge United come to Old Trafford after earning a fourth-round replay in the FA Cup. The Reds controlled the majority of possession but could not break down a stubborn defence that was cheered on by a raucous home crowd at the Abbey Stadium. Speaking to MUTV after the match, Van Gaal offered his assessment of a disappointing 0-0 draw. “I was very disappointed at half-time because we made the same error against Yeovil Town and Queens Park Rangers,” the boss explained. “We played in the same style of play [as the opposition] and you don't have to do that. "In the second half we played much better, we built up the game from behind and played no more long balls. Then we could have scored but we didn't so now we have to play again. “I know in these matches every aspect of a game is against you. The crowd is against you - that is nice I think - but also the pitch and also the ...
Manchester United look to get back to winning ways with a win away to 19th placed Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon. After being tactically outplayed by Southampton in their 1-0 loss at Old Trafford last weekend, Louis Van Gaal and his side will be hoping to play more…
Kevin Roche and I are going to England from December 13th to December 17th and we are booked solid. SUNDAY: Watch a Manchester United game in Manchester MONDAY: Go to Liverpool and get a tour of Liverpool's Stadium Anfield. Monday night we get to see a home game between Everton FC and Queens Park Rangers at Goodison Park. TUESDAY: Tour of Old Trafford, home of Manchester United in the morning. In the afternoon tour of the Etihad Stadium home of Manchester City. I cannot wait to be done with finals to spend this time with my dad!
Three reasons why Manchester United can beat Chelsea. Manchester United take on Chelsea on Sunday in Louis Van Gaal’s toughest test since taking over at Old Trafford in the summer. The Blues have been nothing short of sensational so far this season, and they sit top of the Premier League table after dropping just two points from their opening eight matches. But United can still beat Jose Mourinho’s side and here are three reasons why: Home advantage While United’s league form continues to be hit-and- miss, at home they are beginning to take on the air they once had in abundance. Three wins on the bounce at Old Trafford – against Queens Park Rangers, West Ham United and Everton – have included some of the best attacking football by this side for quite some time, and Chelsea will not relish their visit. That front-line While Wayne Rooney sits out the last of his three- match suspension, United can still call upon some of the very best goal-scorers in the game. Radamel Falcao is likely to be restor ...
Park thrilled to be back at Old Trafford Ji-sung Park was delighted to be back at Old Trafford on Saturday following his appointment as Manchester United's new club ambassador. The former midfielder took advantage of the Everton match being played a day later to have a private look around the stadium he called home for seven years. He also paid a visit to the Aon Training Complex where he caught up with the club's retired kit manager Albert Morgan, a good friend during his time as a player. "I’m very happy to be back," Park told ManUtd.com. "I got very used to Manchester - its atmosphere, its weather - when I played here so it's very familiar to me. I felt very comfortable when I got off the train today." Park, who retired from football in May, admits he didn't expect he'd ever return to United after leaving to join Queens Park Rangers in the summer of 2012. "I thought my relationship with Manchester United was finished because it’s a huge club and I am just one of the many players who come in, play h ...
Juan Mata of Manchester United in action during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford on September 14, 2014 in Manchester, England.
Karl Henry believes Queens Park Rangers afforded Manchester United too much respect in their 4-0 rout at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has hailed the impact of Old Trafford debutants during the 4-0 win over Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.
Radamel Falcao will walk out at Old Trafford this afternoon for the first time confident he can live up to his billing. The Colombian striker is expected to start against Queens Park Rangers and doesn’t think that mastering the new environment of Premier League football will be a problem.
Rio Ferdinand applauds the fans at Old Trafford in his return as a member of Queens Park Rangers. Ferdinand has blasted former Man
UNiTED STUfFS: Louis Van Gaal hailed a “fantastic” Manchester United performance but insisted his team will be much better and hopes they will end as the Premier League’s highest scorers after Queens Park Rangers were defeated 4-0 at Old Trafford. The victory was the first win of the season for United and the Dutchman, at the fifth attempt. By the close Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie, Juan Mata, Radamel Falcao and Ángel di María had illustrated the attacking riches now at Van Gaal’s disposal. Di María’s goal on his home debut, Ander Herrera’s first for United, plus goals from Rooney – to make him the third highest Premier League goalscorer on 175 – and Mata lifted the club to ninth place with five points. “We have always to analyse what we have done. The result is fantastic but we can get much better,” said Van Gaal. “This is a good start. When you have a result of 4-0 then you can be happy as a coach but you always have points you can improve. We were very dominant and scored goa ...
Radamel Falcao debut for Manchester United home at Old Trafford. He came on, on around the 70th minute against Queens Park Rangers. The fans started his new ...
BPL: First win for Van Gaal as Man Utd crush Queens Park Rangers sportsSep 15, 20140 1 Manchester United recorded their first competitive victory in five games under new manager Louis Van Gaal when they thrashed Queens Park Rangers 4-0 at Old Trafford on Sunday. United dominated their newly-promoted…
New-look Manchester United rediscovered their spark as they crushed hapless Queens Park Rangers 4-0 at Old Trafford.
Angel Di Maria can spark Manchester United’s season into lifeThe British record transfer of Angel Di Maria may have set Manchester United back a whopping £59.7m, but that could prove to be a worthwhile signing if Sunday’s performance was anything to go by. The Argentinian was the spark that powered United to a comfortable 4-0 win over Queens Park Rangers, and more importantly, Louis Van Gaal’s first competitive victory to lift spirits at Old Trafford and excite the expectant crowd once again.
Manchester United new signings inspire First Home win - Manchester United’s new signings inspired the Red Devils to a 4-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers. An excited Old Trafford saw Daley Blind and Marcos Rojo make their debuts from the start, with Radamel Falcao and Luke Shaw having to make do with places on the bench. Manchester United... - -
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Manchester United will kick-start the Louis Van Gaal era when Queens Park Rangers visit Old Trafford for Super Sunday. The responsibility will certainly be on Falcao, alongside Di Maria on company. Our strikers are fit and it seems like we will be playing all, if not, most of our signings. The Match Starts at 11:00am EST tomorrow. What's your prediction on the score-line?
Manchester United Lineup For Queens Park Rangers Game, With Quartet Set To Make Debuts (Predicted) How United are likely to line up against QPR. Manchester United are still waiting for their first win of the season as they welcome newly-promoted Queens Park Rangers to Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon. Here’s a likely lineup that Louis Van Gaal could choose as he awaits a badly-needed three points… GK) David de Gea Manchester United’s trusted number one, Spanish shot-stopper David de Gea is the obvious candidate to start in goal for Sunday’s game at Old Trafford. DC) Marcos Rojo With a possible debut at centre-back, Argentine defender Marcos Rojo is in line for a start for United, who have been suspect defensively so far this season. DC) Daley Blind Another summer signing who could make his first appearance for the club, Daley Blind can fill a number of roles but is arguably most needed in central defence.
Reports out of Old Trafford indicate that Luke Shaw is fit and available for selection in Week 4 against Queens Park Rangers.
I WANT TO BE ENGLAND MANAGER.Ferdinand. Rio Ferdinand has set his sights on the England manager’s job when he finally hangs up his boots reports the Daily Express. The 35 year old who signed for Queens Park Rangers this summer after a glittering career with Manchester United described the chance to boss the three lions as a ‘dream’ for him. Dreams Ferdinand told reporters from the Daily Mail of his plans after retirement: “Everyone has dreams of playing for England and my dream after football is to manage England.” “I don’t expect the chance now, but once I get the badges I am there. If I don’t get a job in management I will wonder why. “I will give myself the best opportunity of getting the job by getting all the badges. “I don’t think people should start shouting the odds about the opportunity to manage clubs until they have their badges. I am not sitting here saying ‘give me a job’ because I don’t have them yet.” Honours The 81 cap star finally left Old Trafford on a free ...
Arsenal to host Palace on opening day Arsenal’s first game of the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season is at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday, August 16. The Gunners then travel to Goodison Park to face Everton, before finishing the month with a trip to newly- promoted Leicester City. Arsène Wenger’s side host Manchester City on September 13, before taking on Tottenham Hotspur in the first north London derby of the season two weeks later. Seven days after that they face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The Boxing Day fixture will see Arsenal host Queens Park Rangers at Emirates Stadium, before travelling to Southampton on New Year’s Day. The Gunners are away at Manchester City (January 17) and Tottenham (February 7) at the start of 2015, while April will see them host both Liverpool and Chelsea. Arsenal finish their campaign with a trip to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United before hosting West Bromwich Albion on the final day. Scroll down this page for the full draft fixture list. To add *** ...
Ex-Manchester United player Rio Ferdinand is not a target for Aston Villa, reports the Express and Star. The 35-year-old, who recently left Old Trafford, was a reported target for the Midlands club but they made no offer ahead of signing Philippe Senderos from Valencia. Queens Park Rangers, managed by Ferdinand's former West Ham boss Harry Redknapp, are also rumoured to be interested.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Wayne Rooney will be fully fit for England's first World Cup warm-up against Peru on Friday week but Roy Hodgson is taking no risks with the striker. Chelsea's Samuel Eto'o has called Jose Mourinho a "puppet" and claims he can play in another two World Cups. Bobby Zamora knows he is playing for more than just a place in the Premier League when Queens Park Rangers face Derby in the Play-off Final on Saturday. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Manchester City's Champions League hopes next season have been given a boost after UEFA relaxed the terms of their squad restriction. City now only have to name five home grown players in their squad. Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella says he 'couldn't afford' to leave Martin Demichelis out of Argentina's World Cup squad after his 'great' season for Manchester City. Louis Van Gaal's appointment at Old Trafford came the news that the Dutchman is bringing two coaches in with him - Marcel Bout and Frans Hoek. LIVERPOOL ECHO Liverpool remain keen on securing ...
The story about Queens Park Rangers turning down Zlatan Ibrahimovic when he was 16 made me smile but he is not the only high-profile player who has made a club curse their judgment. Here are some of the best. 1 Yaya Toure (to Arsenal): Arsene Wenger would do anything to have a player like Toure in his midfield and he could have had him had it not been for a passport problem in 2003. Rather than following his older brother Kolo to Highbury, he went to Donetsk. 2 Cristiano Ronaldo (to Liverpool): How different would the Premier League have been had Ronaldo ended up at Anfield rather than Old Trafford? Liverpool were serious about buying him from Sporting Lisbon in 2003 but they felt his fee and wages were too high for an 18-year-old. 3 Zinedine Zidane (to Blackburn): What we would have done to have Zidane in the Premier League — it might have happened in 1995, too when he was at Bordeaux. He was offered to Blackburn but they were content with having Tim Sherwood(Now spurs manager) 4 Ruud Gullit (to Everto ...
Manchester United 0-2 Queens Park Rangers (Premier Division) Goal-friendly Man Utd suffered a 2-0 defeat against Q.P.R. on a cold and clear winter's evening at Old Trafford. Striker DANNY G gave Queens Park Rangers the lead with a fierce shot which went in off the post in the 16th minute. DANNY G completed the scoring for Queens Park Rangers with a tidy finish from 15 meters in the 58th minute. Player of the Match: DANNY G (Q.P.R.)it was a sweet day out for rangers fans today as the lads from the park walk all over the reds . there attack was amazing and awesome as they just made the man u d look like stone hearts . no felling or idea what to do when called upon.our thanks to our kiwi fans at the bp sight in wanganui new zealand for your letters of support Attendance: 73,302
Manchester United are set to go on a summer spending spree as they look to banish their 2013-14 Premier League struggles by making a series of big-money signings.As many as six new faces will be arriving at Old Trafford. Chelsea defender David Luiz is top of Barcelona's wanted list again as they prepare for the summer transfer window. Steven Gerrard says Liverpool consider themselves "dark horses" for the Premier League title this season and has declared: "We're in the mix." Manchester City have been granted planning permission to expand the capacity of the Etihad Stadium to more than 60,000. Schalke have admitted the £37million buyout clause of Arsenal target midfielder Julian Draxlerwill still be active this summer. Tottenham are chasing Ajax and Holland defender Joel Veltman. Manchester United, Arsenal and AC Milan have also watched the 22-year-old this season. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes his team are capable of pushing for the Premier League title. Queens Park Rangers are to sign Ravel ...
David Moyes struggles highlights need for Jose Mourinho Respected Spanish journalist Diego Torresclaimed in his recently released book that Jose Mourinhocried upon learning that he had been overlooked for the Manchester Unitedmanager's job. In the Portuguese's office at Chelsea's Cobham training ground this morning there may also be tears, but those will either be of amusement or relief at the Old Trafford bullet that he appears to have swerved. Would the gun have been fired, though, had United opted for Mourinho and not David Moyes? Former Sheffield United and Queens Park Rangers boss Neil Warnockclaimed onBT Sportyesterday that the 20-time champions of England would be in the same predicament with Mourinho at the helm as the one that they find themselves in under Moyes. Not that a reminder is necessary, but the Red Devils have now lost four of their last six home matches in all competitions to add to their worst start to a campaign in over 50 years. The biggest indictment of Moyes's stint is that defe . ...
Remembering the late Dave Sexton In 1977, the flamboyant Tommy Docherty was replaced as manager of Manchester United by the more studious Dave Sexton. Sexton was manager for four seasons. Dave Sexton was born in London in 1930. He played professional football throughout his twenties, appearing for Luton Town, West Ham United, Leyton Orient, Brighton & Hove Albion and Crystal Palace. After playing, he went into coaching and coaching led him into management. He had managed Leyton Orient, Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers when he came to Old Trafford. Sexton inherited a successful team, if not a particularly deep squad. To those already there, he added a number who went on to enjoy significant Old Trafford careers: Gordon Mcqueen, Joe Jordan, Ray Wilkins, Kevin Moran and Gary Bailey. Unfortunately, under Sexton, Manchester United failed to win any trophies. They lost to Arsenal in the last minute of the 1978-1979 FA Cup final and, the following season, 1979-1980, were runners-up to Liverpool in the League. Man ...
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Queens Park Rangers have signed Yossi Benayoun until the end of the season. Arsenal and Chelsea-target Julian Draxler has hinted once more that he may leave Schalke after voicing his frustration at playing out of position. Tottenham will not let Jermain Defoe leave in the January transfer window unless they can sign a replacement first with Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez their top target. Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has defended his T-shirt tribute to Nelson Mandela, insisting he would do it "again and again," despite facing a fine from the Turkish Football Federation MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Manuel Pellegrini wants to repair Man City's battered Champions League image when the Blues take to the field against Bayern Munich tonight. Defiant David Moyes has refused to pass the buck for United's slide - but vowed he will get it right at Old Trafford. LIVERPOOL ECHO Liverpool have suffered a major blow with the news that skipper Steven Gerrard will be out for up to s ...
2013 UPDATE ON FOOT BALL TRANSFER NEWS Transfer stories and gossip from other papers and websites Tottenham are poised to hijack Liverpool's £20million move for Shakhtar Donetsk playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan. (Daily Mail) Read our Mkhitaryan scouting report here Or Henrikh Mkhitaryan looks likely to join Borussia Dortmund. (Independent) New Manchester United boss David Moyes will walk straight into a searching test of his man-management skills next week after it emerged Wayne Rooney is still angling to leave Old Trafford. (Daily Mail) Manchester United are expected to return imminently with a second bid for Everton left-back Leighton Baines. (Daily Telegraph) Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas is keen on Barcelona's David Villa but Spurs are unwilling to spend 12m on a 31-year-old. (Guardian) Manchester City are pondering a move for Swansea City star Michu. (Daily Star) Arsenal will look to complete the signing of Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar after the Confederations Cup - but moves for Swanse ...
Manchester United winger Luis Nani claims he is too good to return to Portuguese league, admitting he could leave Old Trafford this summer. World best owner, Roman Abramovich is celebrating 10 years as Chelsea owner amassing over ten titles. His reign dominated highest Europe leagues and local championship. He has also been hailed as a 'pioneer' of football by Former Chelsea sporting director Frank Arnesen. Arsenal favourites to complete deal for Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar this summer. Tottenham confident of keeping manager Andre Villas-Boas amid interest from super rich Paris Saint-Germain who identified him as a potential replacement for departing Carlo Ancelotti. Manchester City are reported to be waiting for Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez to make a decision on his future. Former Barcelona defender Abelardo says Pep Guardiola will find it difficult to exceed the achievements of Jupp Heynckes as Bayern Munich
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SPORTAINMENT. Worthy Ambassador of Man U- Ageless Giggs set for 1,000th game Ryan Giggs is poised to reach yet another milestone in his extraordinary career on Tuesday when he is expected to make his 1,000th appearance in senior football. The indefatigable Welshman took his tally of appearances to 999 last month with a goal-scoring turn in a 2-0 win at Queens Park Rangers that helped Manchester United stay clear at the top of the Premier League. Manager Alex Ferguson rested the player against Norwich on Saturday, which United won 4-0, extending the odds on Giggs bagging a 13th league title which would solidify his place as the most decorated footballer in the English game. No man can compete with his 12 league titles and he has also amassed two Champions League trophies, four FA Cup titles and three League Cup winners’ medals, as well as a clutch of other prizes, in his 22-year Old Trafford career. A willowy winger when he blazed onto the scene in the early-1990s, Giggs has refined his game in recent ye ...
Manchester United striker Robin Van Persie to miss Norwich game but hopes to be fit to face Real Madrid Robin Van Persie will not face Norwich City at Old Trafford this weekend, but Manchester United expect the £22 million forward to overcome a hip injury before the Champions League clash with Real Madrid on March 5. Down and out: Robin Van Persie is injured against QPR Photo: AP By Mark Ogden11:00PM GMT 24 Feb 2013Comment Van Persie, who has scored 23 goals in 34 games for Manchester United since arriving from Arsenal last August, suffered severe bruising to his hip when he fell into a pitchside camera pit during Saturday’s 2-0 victory at Queens Park Rangers. “Robin collided with a camera, which was in a dug-out piece of ground,” Sir Alex Ferguson said. “He hit the base of it and has a very bruised hip.” The 29-year-old was able to continue for 18 minutes before being replaced by Danny Welbeck, but despite optimism that he will be fit to face Real, Ferguson will not risk Van Persie against Nor ...
Phil Jones is doubtful for Manchester United's Champions League decider against Real Madrid in a couple of weeks.The 21-year-old hurt an ankle during Monday's FA Cup victory over Reading and has already been ruled out of this weekend's Premier League game at Queens Park Rangers, along with Wayne Rooney who has a sinus problem.Manager Sir Alex Ferguson says the defender *** midfielder is undergoing intense treatment but accepts he may not be ready for the second leg with Real at Old Trafford on March 5.The last-16 tie is finely-balanced at 1-1 and Ferguson said: "We are working very hard. He has an outside chance for Madrid - but no more than that. "He is a young man who went into a tackle too brave and was unbalanced. "He certainly won't be fit for this weekend. As for Real, we will have to wait and see. It is two weeks away and a lot can happen in that time." United duo to miss QPR trip The United boss admits Jones - used in attempt to shackle Cristiano Ronaldo in the first leg - is currently an importan ...
Team of the Week EPL It was a tale of two goalkeepers as Queens Park Rangers and Norwich City fought out a goalless draw at Loftus Road, with the key intervention coming from the Canaries' Mark Bunn. An injury to Norwich's England international goalkeeper John Ruddy has left Bunn with big boots to fill - but he showed he has risen to the occasion here, making a fine one-handed save from Adel Taarabt's penalty after being adjudged to have brought down Jamie Mackie. Further good stops followed as he kept out a Taarabt piledriver and, with time running out, denied Loftus Road debutant Andros Townsend a winner by tipping his long-range swerver around the post. Against Manchester United at Craven Cottage, Fulham produced a performance unrecognisable from the feeble effort they put in against the same opponents at Old Trafford in the FA Cup a week earlier. Their hard work came within a little over ten minutes of earning a point, and right-back Sascha Riether was one of the main reasons for that. His industry wa ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Newcastle striker DembaBa, 27, is set to complete a £7.5m move to Chelsea - the first of three new signings at Stamford Bridge. Full story: Daily Mirror The Magpies will pay Ba a £2m "loyalty" fee if he joins Chelsea in January. Full story: Daily Mail Liverpool midfielder Joe Cole, 31, could be set for a January move to Queens Park Rangers as both clubs are set for talks. Full story: Sky Sports But Liverpool have dismissed suggestions that they have bid £9.5m for Inter Milan's attacking midfielder Wesley Sneijder, 28. Full story: the Sun Manchester United could sign former player Cristiano Ronaldo, 27, for as little as £60m from Real Madrid, with Old Trafford keeper David de Gea, 22, and winger Nani, 26, both part of the deal. Full story: the Sun Former Italy manager Marcello Lippi has urged AC Milan to sign Shanghai Shenhua and ex-Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, 34. Full story: Daily Mirror QPR will give manager Harry Redknapp £20m to sign Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila, 22, Marseille ...
Stéphane Mbia puts his shirt on QPR's Premier League survival Midfielder says he is enjoying his debut season in England despite the 'physical damage' and his club's desperate position. It is approaching half past five on Boxing Day and, as another deluge sweeps down on Loftus Road, a sodden Stéphane Mbia trudges alone across the turf. He has lost his shirt having clambered over the advertising hoardings to surrender it to a fan high up in the Ellerslie Road stand. His white baselayer is soaked to the skin, his grimace a reflection of an afternoon of frustration. Queens Park Rangers have sunk back to the bottom of the Premier League, the weight of the division heavy upon them. It was not supposed to be like this. The post-match trek in among the supporters has become a ritual even in traumatic times. Mbia climbed into the away section after defeat at Old Trafford and sought out willing recipients of his No40 jersey after distant contests at the Stadium of Light and the DW Stadium that should have yielde ...
The latest transfer gossips in the UK papers Manchester City are set to offload England defender Joleon Lescott, 30, for £8m in January, £16m less than they paid Everton for him in 2010. His former Goodison Park club are leading the chase with Queens Park Rangers and Turkish giants Galatasaray also interested - THE SUN Sir Alex Ferguson sparked outrage after labelling Newcastle "a wee club in the north east" after becoming embroiled in a row with Alan Pardew after Boxing Day's 4-3 victory at Old Trafford - THE SUN Rafa Benitez wants Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo after providing Chelsea owner Roman Abramovic with a transfer wishlist - Daily Mail Arsene Wenger wants Sir Alex Ferguson to return his Robin Van Persie "favour" - by agreeing to sell him Nani in the January transfer window - DAILY MIRROR Leighton Baines is at the centre of a £15m fight between Paris St Germain, Manchester United and Chelsea - Daily Express First-team coach David Platt has warned Manchester City's misfiring strikers they will ...
Manchester United midfielder Anderson put in an excellent half hour as a substitute on Saturday against Queens Park Rangers, showcasing the ability that he possesses. The Brazilian has been guilty of inconsistency throughout his Old Trafford career to date, but has the opportunity to ignite his time...
Manchester United came from behind to beat bottom of the table Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford today. The visitors, will new manager Harry Redknapp watching from the stands,
"Fergie: 10 Minutes Brilliant" OSF, MANCHESTER - Sir Alex Ferguson praised his side after their 3-1 win over caretaker team Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League matchday 13. United have played him with a brilliant 10 minutes. For in a match that took place at Old Trafford, United fell behind 0-1 through Jamie Mackie scored in the 52nd minute. However, these pascagol, Fergie make substitutions, Javier Hernandez and Anderson, who came on for Paul Scholes and Ashley Young. The change is effective, where Jhonny Evans created the equalizer, followed by Darren Fletcher, as well as grain goals by Chicharito. In addition to praising the team, Fergie also provide a special assessment to Anderson "We just played well in 10 minutes and 10 minutes it is really quite brilliant. I think Anderson changed our game, "said Ferguson, as quoted by the BBC, Sunday (11/25/2012). In addition, this game is a special game for Fletcher who also had a role in the rise of United through goals printed on 68 minutes. This action ...
GOAL! Queens Park Rangers have shocked the 70,000-odd in attendance at Old Trafford as Jamie Mackie scored from close range after a corner. Manchester United trail 1-0, and there is the sucker-punch! Meanwhile in other Premier League fixtures, Stoke lead Fulham 1-0, Reading lead Wigan 1-0 and Everton lead Norwich 1-0.
Half time at Goodison Park, and Everton take a 1-0 lead to the sheds over Norwich City. Steven Naismith the goal scorer after 12 minutes, however have had some opportunities to extend their lead. Hopefully these missed chances don't come back to haunt like seven days ago at the Majedski Stadium. Meanwhile, nearly half time T Old Trafford, and its 0-0 between Manchester United and Queens Park Rangers. Despite this fixture being 2nd vs 20th, Rangers have put up a spirited fight away from home, with newly appointed manager Harry Redknapp in attendance. QPR even had a goal disallowed for offside. United look as they are in control, but an early second half goal would calm the nerves and prevent a repeat of Carrow Road last week.
LONDON (SE) - The Premier League's bottom club Queens Park Rangers will be without a manager when they travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on Saturday.Rangers have suffered the worst start to a Premier League season by any side for almost two decades, with just four points from 12 games, and that dismal sequence of results led to the London club terminating the contract of manager Mark Hughes on Friday."The Board of Directors wish to thank Mark for his commitment, hard work and dedication in his ten months in charge," read a statement released on the club's official website. "Mark has shown integrity and professionalism throughout his time here, but ultimately the circumstances we find ourselves in have left the Board of Directors with very little choice but to make a change."The Board will now be working actively to put a new managerial structure in place as soon as possible."Rangers are the first club to be without a win at this stage of a top-flight season since Norwich City in 2004, and t ...
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Just bought a ticket to go see Manchester United play Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford on Nov. 24th. Pretty excited for my first time a European Football match.
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I feel a tinge of sadness to see one of my fav Red Devils, Park Ji Sung (in Red) leave United for Queen's Park Rangers (QPR). Ji Sung was a great and loyal player during his 7 years tenure at the Theatre Of Dreams...Old Trafford.
Latest EPL news Man. City 10.7.12 Mancini extends Manchester City stay Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has agreed a new five-year contract with the Premier League champions. The 47-year-old Italian replaced Mark Hughes in December 2009 and led City to FA Cup success last year, before last season's title triumph when they lifted their first top-flight crown since 1968. City won the title in the most dramatic circumstances, with stoppage-time goals from Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero securing a dramatic 3-2 victory over Queens Park Rangers in their final game of the season. Kudo to Naija Man City group QPR 10.7.12 QPR take Park from Manchester United South Korean midfielder Park Ji-Sung left Premier League giants Manchester United for Queens Park Rangers in a bid to get more first-team action. The 31-year-old spent seven years at Old Trafford after arriving from PSV Eindhoven, scoring 27 goals in 203 appearances for United. Park has agreed a two-year deal. He becomes Rangers' sixth summer signing and ...
*** Earlier today, Queens Park Rangers confirmed the signing of South Korean international Park Ji-Sung from Manchester United for an undisclosed fee. After seven years at Old Trafford, how do you think the 31-year-old will fare at Loftus Road?
English Premier League (EPL) side Queens Park Rangers want to lure Manchester United midfielder Ji-Sung Park from Old Trafford and have prepared a £ 5m bid for the South Korean.
Ferguson accepts destiny is no longer in United’s hands but he is clinging to the belief that former Old Trafford great Hughes can come to his rescue with Queens Park Rangers.
Loftus Road will be rocking on Sunday,louder than any Old Trafford,Emirates,Scumford Bridge,Theres Only One Queens Park Rangers!!!You Beauty
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick says his team have learned the invaluable art of patience in the Barclays Premier League, having worn down Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford.
Check out our assessment of Manchester United's individual performances against Queens Park Rangers at Old Trafford.
Manchester United all but sealed a 20th English title as they moved into an eight-point lead over Manchester City at the top of Premier League on Sunday with just six games left to play. United beat Queens Park Rangers 2-0 at Old Trafford to pile the pressure on City ahead of their match away to Arsenal later Sunday. But City were unable to respond, with Mikel Arteta’s goal three minutes from time that secured a 1-0 victory for the Gunners that saw them leapfrog north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur into third place in the table. City’s misery was compounded when temperamental striker Mario Balotelli was sent-off a minute before full-time. Before kick-off, City manager Roberto Mancini said City had to win if they were to have a chance of being crowned champions of England for the first time since 1968. “Today for us is like a final, otherwise eight points is too much,” the Italian told Sky Sports. At Old Trafford, goals from Wayne Rooney and Paul Scholes saw United — who are now two goals better ...
Match Preview ahead of Queens Park Rangers' visit to Old Trafford, minus the usual team predictions etc.
We're now 5 points clear on the top of the table. Next up, Queens Park Rangers. @ Old Trafford.
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