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Charlie Austin to leave QPR

Charlie Austin is one of six players who will leave QPR at the end of the season. The striker penned a two-year contract last summer but the second year of that was dependent on appearance criteria that has not been met. So the 32-year-old’s second spell at Loftus Road will...
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Mark Warburton welcomes end of Charlie Austin goal drought in QPR win over Luton

QPR boss Mark Warburton was “delighted” to see Charlie Austin end his goal drought in the 2-0 win at home to Luton. Chris Willock put Rangers ahead after a sharp counter-attack following a Hatters corner and Austin’s second-half header sealed the points for the west London side. It was Austin’s...
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QPR 2-0 Luton Town: Chris Willock, Charlie Austin score as Rangers boost top-six bid

QPR strengthened their grip on a Sky Bet Championship play-off place after an entertaining 2-0 win over Luton on Friday night. Chris Willock gave Mark Warburton's side the lead with a cool finish after a thrilling start at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium (10) and Charlie Austin made sure of the three points when he stooped to head in shortly after half-time (55).
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BBC

Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Barnsley: Charlie Austin goal salvages point for Hoops

Charlie Austin grabbed an added-time goal as unbeaten QPR came from 2-0 down to rescue a point against Barnsley at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium. The striker beat keeper Brad Collins from Yoann Barbet's cross after Ilias Chair had brought Rangers back into the game with an individual effort. Having...
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SkySports

Charlie Austin: Coming back to QPR made me happy again - and I have got plenty left to give

Given Charlie Austin's reputation and pedigree, he could have probably had his pick of the Championship this summer when his West Brom contract expired. The natural-born finisher, who barely a decade ago was still working full-time as a bricklayer, does not have much to prove to anyone, least of all himself. He has already ended one campaign as the second-highest English Premier League scorer behind Harry Kane. Across his 12 professional seasons, he has scored double figures in eight, and 20 goals in three.
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BBC

Charlie Austin: QPR re-sign striker from West Bromwich Albion

Queens Park Rangers have re-signed striker Charlie Austin on a free transfer from fellow Championship club West Bromwich Albion. Having first played for the west London side between 2013 and 2016, he scored eight goals in 21 appearances after re-joining the R's on loan in January. Austin, 31, has agreed...
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The Independent

Charlie Austin makes QPR return permanent

Charlie Austin has signed a two-year deal with QPR following a successful loan spell with the Sky Bet Championship club. Austin scored eight goals in 19 appearances for the R’s in the second half of last season, helping them to finish ninth in the table. “I am really pleased to...
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Charlie Austin makes exciting Eddie Howe to Celtic prediction

There is no denying the fact that Celtic have endured a very disappointing season. With 10IAR on the line, they ended up losing the Premiership title race to the Rangers with six games to spare. As a result, they will be looking to bounce back as soon as possible and return to the top of Scottish football.
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BBC

Charlie Austin: QPR striker given three-game ban for violent conduct

Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin has been given a three-game ban after being found guilty of violent conduct. The 31-year-old was charged for an incident with Ryan Yates in their 3-1 defeat by Nottingham Forest on Monday. Austin denied the incident, which was caught on camera but not picked...
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