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Queens Park Rangers FC

Queens Park Rangers FC was founded in 1886 after the merger of Christchurch Rangers and St. Judes Institute, and their traditional colours are blue and white. They currently play in the Premier League. Their nickname is The Hoops and home ground is Loftus Road.

Rio Ferdinand announces his retirement from football

Ferdinand made his debut in 1996 and played for West Ham, Bournemouth, Leeds, Manchester United and QPR

Latest from Brentford, Fulham, QPR and their Championship rivals

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Live updates from around the Sky Bet Championship and beyond

QPR keen to avoid deadline day rush after signing Swindon duo

Rangers to do business early to put squad in place to challenge in the Championship

QPR midfielder turns down Aston Villa to sign for Hoops

Rangers confirm second signing in two hours
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Latest from Brentford, Fulham, QPR and their Championship rivals

Live updates from around the Sky Bet Championship and beyond

QPR keen to avoid deadline day rush after signing Swindon duo

Rangers to do business early to put squad in place to challenge in the Championship

Championship transfer rumour mill: News from Fulham, QPR, Brentford and their rivals

Keep in touch with all the latest transfer rumours from across the Championship as we approach the summer transfer window

QPR midfielder turns down Aston Villa to sign for Hoops

Rangers confirm second signing in two hours

'The David Beckham of Australia' is QPR first summer signing

Massimo Luongo has completed a £2 million switch to QPR from Swindon Town.

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Rangers boss gets the low down from Redknapp

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Matthew Benham pays tribute to Mark Warburton as reign ends

Rio Ferdinand announces his retirement from football

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