Round-up: Club impressed by QPR man, Millwall player returns and ex-Watford figure to miss out on job

Latest QPR, Millwall and Watford news on Tuesday

QPR are back in action tomorrow at home to Cardiff City as they look to bounce back from their 3-1 loss away at Luton Town last time out. Millwall and Watford are playing against eachother on Wednesday evening at The Den.

The Lions and the Hornets both go into that clash on the back of wins. In the meantime, he is a look at some of the latest news regarding the three clubs...


QPR will be sweating over the future of boss Michael Beale amid links to Wolves. In a latest update in The Athletic, the Premier League are said to have ‘impressed’ the hierarchy at Molinuex and remains on their radar as they hunt for Bruno Lage’s replacement. The former Liverpool, Rangers and Aston Villa has done a good job so far this season in the Championship.

Former R’s boss Neil Warnock will be inducted into the Forever R’s Club tomorrow. He has had two spells in charge of the London club and guided them to the title in 2011.


Millwall youngster Besart Topalloj appears to be back from his loan spell at National League side Dagenham and Redbridge. He struggled for game time with the fifth tier club and the Lions’ boss Gary Rowett has said as per the Southwark News: “He’s been back in training, so I’m pretty sure his loan is up.”

On the injury front, defender Murray Wallace is poised to miss the game against Watford with a groin problem. Midfielder Ryan Leonard has also suffered a setback on his road to recovery from his hamstring injury, as per the South London Press.


Former Watford boss Rob Edwards has been interviewed by Middlesbrough but they have decided not to follow up on their interest in the ex-Forest Green Rovers man, according to a report by the Northern Echo. It appears Boro will be bringing in Michael Carrick as Chris Wilder’s replacement.

Dan Gosling is comfortable playing in defence and the usual midfielder has told the official club website: “A few of the boys have been calling me Dani Alves this week!” I started my career there and played quite a few games there a long time ago now. It’s something I feel I can do, I’m learning it on the job but sometimes that’s the best way.

“I feel like as a central midfielder I should be able to see the pitch and put in good performances. It’s a shame we lost last week but if we can get a winning run going hopefully I can stay there.”