The FA have got it wrong on Everton's Marouane Fellaini, says QPR fan Paul Moore who admits he is shocked to find himself sympathising with Joey Barton.
Nemanja Vidic returns this weekend, but Vincent Kompany aside, does he have any real peers of the same quality?
Who should be Manchester United's next manager? Paul Moore puts the case forward to Ryan Giggs.
QPR fan Paul Moore discusses where the team need to strengthen in January.
QPR fan Paul Moore vents on the team's disastrous winless start to the Premier League season.
QPR fan Paul Moore gives his view on the club's latest game without a win, and start to the season as a whole.
Will the Chelsea left-back cling onto an international future with England?
Like every club wants, Manchester United have a battle for the number one jersey. Is it Dane Anders Lindegaard or Spaniard David de Gea?
Diving is the hot topic of debate right now, with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur players under the spotlight. Should punishments be harsher?
QPR fan Paul Moore says the reported booing of Ferdinand and chanting for John Terry was a worrying scenario.
Before England's let-off in midweek, Chelsea were beneficiaries this season against Tottenham Hotspur of an inaccurate call. FIFA President Sepp Blatter said yesterday that technology is now a 'necessity'.
With Glasgow giants Rangers going into liquidation what does the future hold for Scottish football?
On the 7th November 2007 QPR were taken over by Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone and basically saved the club from going out of existence. The fans’ worries seemed to be over; in truth they’d only just begun.
The QPR and Tottenham Hotspur midfielders are the latest to join a very small group, of Englishmen playing their football abroad. Will it ever become commonplace?
Are Nemanja Vidic and Steven Gerrard good captains? For Paul Moore a former Manchester United man is the best he has seen. As a QPR fan he is happy Joey Barton no longer wears the armband.
Harry Redknapp's sacking from Tottenham Hotspur means we have fewer English managers than ever in the top league, with just Newcastle United, Southampton, West Ham United and Reading doing their bit.