Queens Park Rangers may struggle to avoid the drop

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Queens Park Rangers face problems similar to that of their previous campaign at the highest level of English football. Their problems seem to stretch from a very successful Championship season but whenever they make it into the Premier League the London based club always seems to under-perform.  

It's surprising to see a team like QPR with - to its credit - a very decent team this season especially thanks to a great amount of signings and very clever loan signings including the likes of Eduardo Vargas and Mauriso Isla both who played for Chile in the World Cup. Harry Redknapp has the same problem that he had two seasons previously in which he had a very good squad of players who simply cannot work as a team.


Arguably in my opinion they biggest piece of transfer business was the selling of Julio Caesar to Portuguese champions SL Benfica and now they are only left with the former England number one Rob Green, who since his blunder in the 2010 World Cup has been on an endless downward spiral.

QPR's owner Tony Fernandes probably has the toughest job in the league; his team which he has invested heavily in has continuously ruined the faith he has put in the team.

Rangers probably are the favourites now to hit the drop again and if they do a huge financial fair play fine awaits them in the Championship. But I hope they pick up their game, with the quality they have I do think they will avoid the drop this year.

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