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Can QPR recover from owner after owner committing blunder after blunder?

LONDON -- Amid the cautious rumble of prematch encouragement from the South Africa Road Stand comes one shout that reveals the low bar for expectations here at Queens Park Rangers these days: "Do better, you Hoops."

It would be hard for them to do worse. Five years ago, they were spending more on wages than Borussia Dortmund. But while Jurgen Klopp's side were recently dethroned Bundesliga champions and had just reached the final of the Champions League, QPR were relegated from the Premier League....

 By Chris Wright

QPR manager Ian Holloway gets tattoo from his own son

Whether a fashion statement or the result of a midlife crisis, QPR manager Ian Holloway went under the needle recently to get his first ever tattoo at the age of 54.

What's more, Holloway also received his maiden ink from his very own son William, who is now fully trained as a professional tattoo artist.

"I told my boy I will only ever let you tattoo me when your good enough and that day has come!" said Holloway in the Instagram caption. "Chuffed to beans I made it through the three hours without...

Performance, not results: How Spurs and QPR develop young players

Harry Kane was one of many current talents who developed within Spurs' extensive, technique-based plan.

Chris Ramsey points at the cracked screen of his touch-pad where two pyramids represent the priorities of the first team and the development team. The first team's pyramid is pointed side down. At the bottom, the least important aspect of the first team is the individual. In the middle is the team performance and at the top, the widest segment of all, is the result. The development pyramid is inverted. Here the result is the least important aspect, then the team performance and then, broadest of...

 By Jason Dasey

Coaches Ong, Maloney welcomed as QPR's Malaysian bond deepens

It is a groundbreaking arrangement to have two Malaysian coaches working day-to-day at a professional club in London. But it won't be the first taste of English football for Datuk Ong Kim Swee and his assistant Brad Maloney.

The pair, who arrived in the U.K. on Tuesday, are spending the next month as part of the coaching staff of English Championship side Queens Park Rangers. It's a deal arranged by QPR's majority owners, Tune Group, who control the AirAsia budget airline.

Arsenal fan Ong became...

 By Jason Dasey

Socceroos' midfielder Massimo Luongo fights for starting spot at QPR

LONDON -- From becoming a national hero and being named on the preliminary FIFA Ballon d'Or list, to sitting on the bench on a cold Saturday afternoon in Birmingham; Massimo Luongo's life is anything but predictable.

Nine months after his player of the tournament award as Australia won the AFC Asian Cup for the first time, the 23-year-old midfielder is still fighting to establish himself at Queens Park Rangers in the English League Championship.

Luongo made the move from third tier Swindon Town...

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Charlie Austin has taken the long way on his path to Premier League success

Queens Park Rangers' season is ending with almost all hands lost. A squad of ageing veterans and mediocre imports will be broken up in the summer, as the club's owners attempt to salvage order from chaos while also mounting a legal battle to evade a £58 million fine for breaching Football League financial rules during the club's last stay in the Championship.

Charlie Austin, though, looks certain to be back in England's first division next season. A club that desperately needs the money will...