And in his latest tweet, Mr Redknapp reveals his thoughts on Rio Ferdinand's retirement. His third effort was to say hello
More and more teams who looked safe are being dragged into the relegation dogfight and now five teams are separated by just two points as they fight to avoid the final relegation spot. So, who's going down? Who's staying up? Let's have a look...
The wife of QPR defender and former England star Rio Ferdinand has died following a short battle with cancer. Rebecca Ellison
Whichever three sides go down, they are bound to lose a number of players who want top flight action, but a certain few will remain loyal. Here are six individuals who would, or at least should stick around if their club goes down.
Harry Redknapp has resigned as manager of QPR citing 'knee surgery' and not his disastrous recent record. The 67-year-old
The slow death of the Cupset is a factor in the underwhelming feeling then, but the root of the feeling goes a long way deeper than that... If we're going to get behind the FA Cup as if it's still a huge competition, we've got to at least be able to see it. If the FA don't care about their competition, why should we?
It seems like just yesterday that the 2014/15 Premier League season kicked off to huge anticipation. Nearing the halfway stage, the table is starting to take shape and at the bottom the battle to stay in the division looks as though it will be as tight as ever.
QPR midfielder Joey Barton has made light of receiving a death threat - by posting the full message to Twitter. Barton did
Despite allegedly having a bust-up at a Christmas meal, it seems QPR are in the festive spirit. The Premier League club has
QPR defender Steven Caulker was rushed to hospital on Sunday with a head injury after slipping at a team Christmas lunch