Joey Barton wont celebrate any future win against QPR

Former Newcastle United midfielder Joey Barton says that he will not celebrate against his former club if he manages to score for QPR during the weekend.

Barton Sees Future At QPR

Former Manchester City and Newcastle United midfielder Joey Barton has said that he sees his future at QPR after managing to put behind his troubles with the club’s board. QPR were recently promoted back to the Premier league after just one season in the Championship. Barton was one of the key players in the campaign after managing to re-establish himself as one of the important players in the team. The player, who is often perceived as a troublemaker, was sent to French club Marseille on a season-long loan deal in the previous campaign.

Sabella Believes Argentina Should Have Won

The manager of the Argentina national football team, Alejandro Sabella, has said that his team was the deserving winner in the pre quarter final clash against Switzerland the other day.

Argentina was actually expected to run through the Switzerland side during that game, but, that didn’t happen.

The Swiss boys went out there with fantastic planning and they executed their plans in the best possible way to keep the dangerous attacking line of Argentina quiet for 90 minutes.

Barton Expects England To Beat Uruguay

QPR midfielder Joey Barton has claimed that he expects England to beat Uruguay in the second group match at the World Cup 2014. After losing the opening match against Italy, Roy Hodgson’s men will be under pressure to perform against Oscar Tabarez’ men. As with Italy, England will be coming up against a top striker in the form of Luis Suarez. In Italy match, Mario Balotelli proved to be Italy’s catalyst towards a victory. Hodgson’s men will be aware that this is a must win match otherwise they risk elimination from the group stages.

Barton Believes QPR Deserved Victory

Queens Park Rangers recently defeated Wigan Athletic as they locked horns and battled each other in the Championship semifinals and the team of Harry Redknapp came out on top with a scoreboard of 2-1.

Joey Barton believes that QPR deserved their victory as they now have to get ready for the finals against Derby County on May 24.

The 31-year-old told Sky Sports: ‘’we have had a lot of pointers about how hard it was going to be. Credit to Wigan they're a very good side and its sad there has to be a loser but we roll on. Over the two legs I think we slightly shaded it’’.

ROONEY NOT WORLD CLASS

QPR midfielder Joey Barton has sensationally claimed that Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is not world class as people perceive him to be. Rooney recently signed a new contract worth around £ 300,000 per week, which has clearly made him the best player in the English Premier League.

However, Barton, who has played with the likes of Manchester city and Newcastle United in the past, claims that Rooney does not deserve this contract and he is also not world class as people think of him. This sensational comment has attracted a lot of press.

QPR FIASCO

QPR midfielder Joey Barton has found themselves at the end of another fiasco after he was allegedly involved in a bust up with his teammate Clint Hill. The former Newcastle United man has a history of getting into trouble quite easily both on and off the field.

However, he has been a major reason towards QPR’s push for promotion this campaign. Even though the club’s form has faltered in recent weeks, Barton still remains an important player at the club. However, his future has been thrown into doubt yet again after he has allegedly been involved in a bust up with Clint.

Mills Gets A Surprise Visit

Tony Mills (52 years old) has been one of the diehard fans of Queens Park Ranger ever since he was young. He is a cancer patient who had always wished he could visit Loftus Road with his loving family and cheer for Queens Park Ranger. Joey Barton (Queens Park Ranger’s midfielder) visited Eastbourne recently and helped fulfill Tony Mills’s ultimate wish.

FERGIE BACK?

Joey Barton has predicted that Sir Alex Ferguson would make his way to Old Trafford as manager at some point of time in future.

Sir Alex had quit as Manchester United manager last summer, but, he is still at the club as director and he watches almost all the games at Old Trafford from the stands. He has received criticism for that too.

MAJOR BLOW

QPR's promotion bid took a major blow after they were defeated 1-0 by Leicester City, who are also looking to challenge for the automatic promotion spot. They had a significant advantage coming into the encounter, but they were defeated by a Leicester City team that took advantage of the red card to Joey Barton.

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