Queens Park Rangers

Location London, United Kingdom
Soccerfame Fans: 31
League: England - Premier League
Founded 1882
Manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink
Stadium Loftus Road (Capacity: 19100)
Matches
Squad
N: Name
1. Alex Smithies Goalkeeper
13. Joe Lumley Goalkeeper
44. Marcin Brzozowski Goalkeeper
45. Connor Hudnott Goalkeeper
3. Jake Bidwell Defender
4. Grant Hall Defender
5. Nedum Onuoha Defender
6. Joel Lynch Defender
8. Jordan Cousins Defender
22. Steven Caulker Defender
24. James Perch Defender
32. Cole Kpekawa Defender
40. Jack Robinson Defender
- Osman Kakay Defender
7. Ariel Borysiuk Midfielder
10. Tjaronn Chery Midfielder
N: Name
11. Ben Gladwin Midfielder
12. Jamie Mackie Midfielder
20. Karl Henry Midfielder
21. Massimo Luongo Midfielder
25. Michael Petrasso Midfielder
28. Daniel Toezser Midfielder
30. Sandro Ranieri Midfielder
36. Brandon Comley Midfielder
37. Christopher Paul Midfielder
- Yeni N'Gabkoto Midfielder
9. Conor Washington Forward
17. Sebastian Polter Forward
19. Abdenasser El Khayati Forward
27. Olamide Shodipo Forward
35. Reece Grego-Cox Forward

4 Comments

Guest

26.10.2012
QPR davai igrai
Reply 4 4

Guest

26.10.2012
QPR kotakbas
Reply 4 3

Guest

08.10.2012
julio cesar u have made ur big mistake in ur life to come to qpr you deserve better
Reply 5 2

Guest

05.08.2012
I, along with my wife,  went to queens park yeseardty to join the protest against High Gas and Insurance prices.  We are concerned about Dr. Lamba's deteriorating health and other participants for the hunger strike as well.  Our community is not coming forward to support this common cause because they are divided religiously and politically.  The punjabi media is annoyed as these people think  Asian Connection' will get all the credit should Dr. Lamba succeed in his mission.  It is time to stop the hunger strike by these volunteers.  However a chain strike will be a better option.  I wish good luck to NFCA.ajeet singh
Reply 5 3
 

Premier League: 2016/2017
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NoTeam
MP
GD
P
1. Chelsea
3
+5
9
2. Manchester United
3
+5
9
3. Everton
3
+2
7
4. Manchester City
2
+4
6
5. Hull City
3
+2
6
6. Tottenham Hotspur
3
+1
5
7. Arsenal
3
+1
4
8. Middlesbrough
2
+1
4
9. Leicester City
3
0
4
10. Liverpool
3
-1
4
11. West Bromwich Albion
2
0
3
12. West Ham United
2
0
3
13. Burnley
3
-2
3
14. Swansea City
3
-2
3
15. Southampton FC
3
-2
2
16. Sunderland
3
-2
1
17. Crystal Palace
3
-2
1
18. Watford
3
-3
1
19. Bournemouth
3
-3
1
20. Stoke City
3
-4
1

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