2007–08 Queens Park Rangers F.C. season

2007–08 Queens Park Rangers F.C. Season

2007–08 Queens Park Rangers F.C. season

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During the 2007–08 season, Queens Park Rangers were playing in the Football League Championship.



Manager John Gregory began rebuilding the squad before the new season, bringing in Daniel Nardiello, Chris Barker and John Curtis on free transfers. Andrew Howell, Kieron St Aimie and Aaron Goode all signed one-year professional contracts after impressing in the youth team under Joe Gallen, who was later sacked, despite his under 18s winning the league. Gregory also signed more backroom staff, including Paul Hunter as the new physio, Mick Harford as assistant manager, Ed de Goey and Warren Neill as coaches and Steve Brown and Keith Ryan as youth team coaches. Creative left winger Lee Cook was sold to rivals Fulham for a deal reported as potentially worth between £2.5 million and £4.5 million. Michael Mancienne also extended his loan for a further season. On the 26th July, QPR completed the loan signing of Ben Sahar for three months (subsequently extended until January 2008). The signings of Lee Camp and Simon Walton followed the day after on 27 July, totalling £500,000.

During pre-season, new signing Simon Walton fractured his leg in a non-competitive 2-1 victory against Fulham and was side-lined for several months.

Tragic start

The season began turbulently, with a draw against recently promoted Bristol City, a loss in the Carling Cup 2-1 at home to League One Leyton Orient followed by a further 2-0 defeat at home by Cardiff City. The match against...
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