As I gripped my umbrella against the driving rain, I felt as though I might as well have stayed in the UK, where inclement weather is in ample supply. Continue reading
Queens Park Rangers began 2016 in comical fashion with a 2-1 defeat to Hull City that leaves them closer to the Championship relegation places than the top six, as acrimony begins to grow in the stands.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink remains without a win as the Queens Park Rangers manager after his side squandered all three points late on against Huddersfield Town.
The former Burton Albion boss, who was expected to inspire an upturn in the Rs’ fortunes, has struggled to combat a number of familiar failings that will take more than a few weeks to iron out.
Queens Park Rangers came from 2-0 down to snatch a 94th-minute winner against Bolton Wanderers in one of the most exciting but lowest quality games of football you are likely to see this season.
Concern is growing for Queens Park Rangers supporters, who have been showing signs of a condition only observed sporadically at Loftus Road over the past two decades: optimism.
I went out to test my new Canon EF 50mm f1.8 lens, although new is hardly the word: it first came out in 1991. For £64, I wasn’t expecting miracles, but the reviews had been good and I quietly hoped I may have got a bargain. Here are some of the images I took around Battersea, south-west London.
Queens Park Rangers handed Chris Ramsey a three-year contract as head coach, and the task of steadying a ship on a rough sea with a couple of holes in its side, just in time to watch his team go down 5-1 to Leicester City.