Round-up: FFP latest, QPR youngster leaves, Bees fitness boost, Voges ruled out

first_imgQPR now expect their Financial Fair Play dispute to be resolved by a commission.Rangers are challenging the legality of the Football League’s Championship FFP rules, under which the club face a massive fine for losses recorded during the 2013-2014 financial year.Despite several subsequent reports of an imminent deal between the two parties, legal arguments have failed to resolve the issue and Rangers now believe the matter will be referred to a commission.Grant Hall has been named as QPR fans’ player of the year, with Tjaronn Chery winning the players’ player of the year award.Hall and Chery have impressed for Rangers this seasonAnd Rangers’ Under-18s captain Tom Matthews has signed for Welsh champions The New Saints after being allowed to leave Loftus Road.Meanwhile, former QPR man Gary Waddock has returned to Aldershot Town for a second spell as manager.Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has said he believes Chelsea could play home matches at Wembley for three years while Stamford Bridge is being redeveloped.Brentford captain Jake Bidwell and striker Lasse Vibe have both returned to training ahead of Saturday’s final game of the Championship season.Bidwell and Vibe are expected to be available on SaturdayFulham will end their campaign at home to Bolton, who could have on-loan Arsenal winger Wellington Silva back from injury.In terms of transfer speculation, Juventus are reportedly close to a deal to sign Nemanja Matic from Chelsea, while QPR’s Junior Hoilett has been linked with a move to Swansea.And in cricket, Middlesex captain Adam Voges will miss next week’s County Championship match against Nottinghamshire as he is recovering from concussion.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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