Andrew "Andy" Johnson is an English football striker who for Premier League side Queens Park Rangers. He has been capped eight times for England. Andy started his professional football career at Birmingham City and soon sold by Crystal Palace valued at £750,000 for the purposes of the transaction in 2002, where he established himself among Palace fans by made a hat-trick. Thereafter, he joined with Everton in 2006 and became Everton's top scorer in the FA Premier League 2006–07 campaign with 11 goals, Although he signed a new five-year contract with Everton in 2007 to put his wages on a par with other senior Everton players. As Fulham offered of an eight figure sum to Everton for Andy, that was signed on a four-year contract with an undisclosed fee in 2008, there he made many appearances and goals in every season for Fulham. Fulham,s contract was expired in June 2012 and quickly Andy Johnson signed with Queen Park Rangers with two-year contract in 2012. He represented England at Under-20 level and selected for 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship.
Welcome to the QPR junk sale – everything must go!
With confirmation of QPR’s inevitable relegation from the Premier League coming after one of the worst games in the history of the competition, interest has turned towards the future of manager Harry Redknapp, now secure, and that of his squad which is anything but. QPR have the 7th highest wage bill in the Premier League [...]