Tony Fernandes

Tony Fernandes

  • Date of Birth: 30 April 1964
  • Birthplace: Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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league goals in total for the Hoops but when it came to the January transfer window in 2020, an opening was spotted by their league rivals
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Harry Redknapp quits QPR

Premier League strugglers Queens Park Rangers will be looking for a new manager, following Harry Redknapp's decision to step down from his role at Loftus Road.

QPR chairman blocks January transfers

Queens Park Rangers' chairman Tony Fernandes has blocked Harry Redknapp from signing new players in the January transfer window. Redknapp will only be allowed to loan players.

QPR manager Harry Redknapp signs new contract

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has put pen to paper on a new contract at the club. Redknapp has been rewarded for bringing the R's back to the Premier League with a two year deal.

QPR owner Tony Fernandes to tighten purse strings

Queens Park Rangers' owner Tony Fernandes will not allow manager Harry Redknapp to spend huge amounts of money in the summer. The club are looking forward to their return to the Premier League.

QPR laugh off Carlos Tevez link

Queens Park Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes has laughed off rumours of an imminent bid for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez. The Argentine forward wants to quit the Etihad Stadium for a move abroad.

Warnock expresses QPR sack disappointment

Neil Warnock admitted that he was disappointed to have been sacked by QPR club owner Tony Fernandes. Yesterday, the R's replaced Warnock with Mark Hughes.

Hughes installed as QPR boss

Mark Hughes has completed a move to Queens Park Rangers today, signing a two and a half year deal. Hughes replaces Neil Warnock who had been fired last week, and the Welshman will take charge of QPR's game against Newcastle this weekend.

QPR to tempt Hughes with monster 30m GBP fund

Queens Park Rangers and Mark Hughes will go into talks for a second day regarding the Welshman taking up the vacant role at Loftus Road, and owner Tony Fernandes is reportedly offering a 30m GBP sweetener to secure Hughes' signature.

Mark Hughes lined up to take QPR job

Mark Hughes is reportedly the favourite to take the vacant Queens Park Rangers job, after the sacking of Neil Warnock last night. Hughes has been out of work since the end of 2010/2011, when he quit as manager of Fulham.

Neil Warnock facing QPR axe

According to several reports, Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock faces the axe this week, as Malaysian billionaire owner Tony Fernandes has grown frustrated with the poor form of his team in recent weeks.