Queens Park Rangers F.C. Squad Cost 2014 - 2015

Have you ever wondered who has the most valuable team in the english Premier league or how much Queens Park Rangers Football Club has spent on building the Queens Park Rangers squad? With the Transfer League squad pages you can see which is the richest football club by listing all the transfer fees for all of the players on the Queens Park Rangers payroll in the 2014 - 2015 football season.

Players on loan to a club will not have a value attached as there will not have been a transfer fee paid. Players loaned out by a club will have their transfer fees Listed as they still belong to Queens Park Rangers. Players sold in the January transfer window will also be included in the Queens Park Rangers Squad as they will have been available to be played for half the season. Players who came through the Queens Park Rangers youth system or Queens Park Rangers Academy are listed as Youth with no fee listed as the fees paid for these players are usually minimal.

Queens Park Rangers F.C. Squad Cost 2014 - 2015

Queens Park Rangers F.C Squad Cost Season 2014 - 2015
Queens Park RangersFormed: 1885
NumberNameTransfer FeeNatPosHeightWeightDate of BirthBirth PlacePrevious Club
1Robert GreenFreeENGG1.919318/01/1980ChertseyWest Ham U
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3Armand Traoré£1,200,000SEND1.858208/10/1989ParisArsenal
4Steven Caulker£8,500,000ENGD1.97629/12/1991FelthamCardiff C
5Rio FerdinandFreeENGD1.898207/11/1978PeckhamManchester U
6Clint HillFreeENGD1.837319/10/1978LiverpoolCrystal Palace
7Matt Phillips£5,000,000SCOM1.837513/03/1991AylesburyBlackpool
8Joey BartonFreeENGM1.87602/09/1982HuytonNewcastle U
9Charlie Austin£4,000,000ENGF1.888405/07/1989HungerfordBurnley
10Leroy Fer£8,000,000NEDM1.887905/01/1990ZoetermeerNorwich C
11Shaun Wright-Phillips£6,500,000ENGM1.666425/10/1981GreenwichManchester C
12Alex McCarthy£6,000,000ENGG1.937903/12/1989GuildfordReading
13Yoon Suk-Young£950,000KORD1.827413/02/1990SuwonChunnam Dragons
14Mauricio Isla#CHID1.767212/06/1988BuinJuventus
15Nedum Onuoha£2,750,000ENGD1.837812/11/1986WarriManchester C
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17Frankie SutherlandYouthIRLM1.756406/12/1993HillingdonNone
18Alejandro Faurlín£3,500,000ARGM1.857909/08/1986RosarioInstituto (Córdoba)
19Niko Kranjčar#CROM1.857513/08/1984ZagrebDynamo Kyiv
20Karl Henry£1,000,000ENGM1.837626/11/1982WolverhamptonWolverhampton W
21Brian MurphyFreeIRLG1.838307/05/1983WaterfordIpswich T
22Richard DunneSignedIRLD1.889521/09/1979DublinAston Villa
23Junior HoilettTribunalCANM1.737005/06/1990BramptonBlackburn R
24Eduardo Vargas#CHIF1.737420/11/1989SantiagoNapoli
25Bobby Zamora£4,000,000ENGF1.837416/01/1981BarkingFulham
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27Adel TaarabtSignedMARM1.87624/05/1989TazaTottenham H
28Max EhmerYouthGERD1.887003/02/1992Frankfurt am MainNone
29Mauro Zárate#ARGF1.767618/03/1987HaedoWest Ham U
30Sandro£6,000,000BRAM1.877515/03/1989RiachinhoTottenham H
31
32
33
34Aaron MitchellENGM1.757814/04/1996WandsworthNone
35
36Michael DoughtyYouthWALM1.858120/11/1992WestminsterNone
37Michael HarrimanYouthIRLD1.687423/10/1992ChichesterNone
38Coll DonaldsonColl Donaldson £150,000D1.888309/04/1995EdinburghLivingston
39Reece Grego-CoxYouthIRLF1.76512/11/1996HammersmithNone
40
41Brandon ComleyMSRM1.87218/11/1995IslingtonNone
42Cole KpekawaENGD1.918020/05/1996BlackpoolNone
45Mike PetrassoYouthCANM1.686407/09/1995TorontoToronto FC
#Sam Magri FreeMLTD1.847630/03/1994PortsmouthNuneaton Town (#)
Samba Diakite£4,000,000MLIM1.867624/01/1989MontfermeilWatford (#)
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Total Cost Of Squad =£61,400,000

 

Premier League Season 2014 - 2015 Table

The 2014–15 Premier League was the 23rd season of the Premier League. The season started on 16 August 2014 and concluded on 24 May 2015.
 
Manchester City came into the season as defending champions of the 2013 – 2014 season. Leicester City, Burnley and Queens Park Rangers entered as the three promoted teams.
On 3 May 2015, Chelsea won the title with three games to spare. It was their first league title since 2010, their fourth Premier League title and their fifth English league title overall. Holders Manchester City eventually finished second, after a short drop to fourth a few weeks before the final match.
Burnley were the first team to be relegated, followed by Queens Park Rangers with Hull City being final team to be relegated after a draw against Manchester United on the final day of the season.
Manchester City's Sergio Agüero won the Golden Boot with 26 goals, with his teammate Joe Hart clinching a record fourth Golden Glove, having kept 14 clean sheets. Eden Hazard and José Mourinho were named as Player and Manager of the Season respectively.

Premier League Season 2014 - 2015 Table

Premier League Table 2014 - 2015
Premier League Table 2014 - 2015PldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1Chelsea (C)38269373324187Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2Manchester City38247783384579
3Arsenal38229771363575
4Manchester United382010862372570Qualification for the Champions League play-off round
5Tottenham Hotspur38197125853564Qualification for the Europa League group stage[a]
6Liverpool38188125248462
7Southampton381861454332160Qualification for the Europa League third qualifying round[a]
8Swansea City38168144649−356
9Stoke City38159144845354
10Crystal Palace38139164751−448
11Everton381211154850−247
12West Ham United381211154447−347Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round[b]
13West Bromwich Albion381111163851−1344
14Leicester City38118194655−941
15Newcastle United38109194063−2339
16Sunderland38717143153−2238
17Aston Villa38108203157−2638
18Hull City (R)38811193351−1835Relegation to the Football League Championship
19Burnley (R)38712192853−2533
20Queens Park Rangers (R)3886244273−3130