In Memory of John “gramps” Clifford

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The very sad news came through last month that John had passed away. The obituary in the Southampton match programme was as follows: ‘John Clifford was a wonderful, caring and thoughtful husband, father and grandfather. The most-selfless person you could ever meet. Even until his last days his thoughts were for others. He loved his family so much and would do anything for them. He ran the talking newspaper for the blind, and the hospital radio, because he didn’t want … Continue reading

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Hull City v QPR – Battling R’s Performance but Joey Barton lets us down again!

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Team: Green, Furlong, Ferdinand, Caulker, Suk-Young, Phillips, Henry, Barton, Kranjcar (Traore), Austin (Zarate), Zamora (Doughty) Subs Not Used: McCarthy, Hill, Wright-Phillips, Vargas Attendance: 24,466 (including 2,119 R’s fans) With our ‘captain’ leading by example as usual, Caulker’s insult to pub football, Phillips consistently disappearing throughout the game and a ref who was simply appalling, our fate was sealed! If our ‘captain’ is the best we can do, we would be in trouble in the Championship, indeed League One…he needs to … Continue reading

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Opposition Q&A – Hull City: “Quite simply I hate Allam”

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This week we spoke to Hull City fan Paul Greendale (@3Greendog) for his take on this Saturday’s fixture at the KC Stadium… Q. Hull City has lost six of its last ten games in the Premier League. How nervous are you about the possibility of relegation? A. After the West Ham and Newcastle capitulations, safe to say I was extremely worried and started to mentally prepare myself for away days at Championship grounds again next season. But two really good … Continue reading

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Minutes from Fan Websites meeting with QPR February 17

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Fans websites/fanzines/podcasts meeting with club’s media team held at Loftus Road on Tuesday February 17. In attendance: Ian Taylor and Paul Morrissey from QPR comms department. Steve Sayce, IndyRs Ian Bushman, QPR Report David Fraser, QPR Podcast Richard Hennessey, Not 606 Clive Whittingham, LoftforWords Ron Norris, QPRNet Matthew Woolf, WATRB Saffa Michail, qprdot.org Chris Ramsey official announcement timing IT – The club couldn’t report CR’s appointment until CR had signed his contract. Other media outlets reported it as a done … Continue reading

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The 1984 Postponed Game at Sunderland – QPR Fans Riled by Train to Nowhere

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The following article from January/February 1984, appeared in issue 5 of the Club newspaper, ‘Ranger’: ‘QPR Supporters Club – welcomed throughout the league as a good-natured band – were up in arms last month over what they claimed was shabby treatment from soccer organisers. The fans, travelling by train to Sunderland, had got as far as York when purely by chance they discovered the game had been cancelled almost an hour earlier. The train had been held up briefly because … Continue reading

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The Missing Paddington Babes

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In May 1965 three young children went missing in the Paddington District of London. The actual area where this happened was called ‘Maida Hill’, although few, if any locals called it that. The area was populated mostly by white working class people, with added immigration throughout the 50’s and 60’s of Irish and West Indian manual workers. Many of the Irish workers found work in the Construction Industry, while many of the West Indians found work with London Transport. Housing … Continue reading

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QPR U18 v Crystal Palace U18

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U18 Professional Development League 2 Team: Southwood, Furlong (Darion), Bowler, Donnellan, Garnett, Arthur, Komodikis, Klass, Adams, Clarke, Thompson The Eagles came into this match on the back of seven straight league victories, which included a 6-2 win over the R’s last month, whereas Rangers hadn’t won since December. Luke Southwood was soon called into action when he was forced down to block a shot on goal. He then saved a penalty, diving to his right and getting his body behind … Continue reading

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Sunderland v QPR: ‘A Win-Away, A Win-Away’ – An Outpouring of Relief and a Cue for a Song!

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Team: Green, Isla (Doughty), Ferdinand, Caulker, Suk-Young, Henry, Barton, Phillips (Wright-Phillips), Fer (Zarate), Kranjcar, Zamora Subs Not Used: McCarthy, Hill, Traore, Taarabt Attendance: 39,077 (including 395 R’s fans) Two coaches set off from the Target and we arrived at the Stadium of Light in good time. I have to say that the stewards went out of their way to be friendly and helpful. And showing up on the screens around the refreshment area were highlights of various QPR victories from … Continue reading

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Harry Redknapp’s QPR Reign has been a Predictable Shambles

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Fans View – Michael Hann’s recent article for the Guardian: Back when Harry Redknapp was appointed Queen’s Park Rangers manager in November 2012, I said on the Guardian’s Football Weekly podcast that I wasn’t overjoyed about him coming in to the club I support. Rangers would still be relegated, I predicted, we’d just do it more expensively. It was one of the rare predictions I’ve made that was right. You won’t be surprised, then, to hear I’m not sorry he’s … Continue reading

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QPR v Southampton – Ramsey’s Rangers floored by a Stoppage Time Goal

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QPR v Southampton – Ramsey’s Rangers floored by a Stoppage Time Goal Team: Green, Onuoha, Dunne (Vargas), Caulker, Hill, Phillips, Fer, Barton, Traore (Isla), Taarabt (Zarate), Austin. Subs Not Used: McCarthy, Henry, Kranjcar, Zamora. Attendance: 18,082 (including 1,772 Saints fans) With Harry Redknapp finally gone, the new regime made changes that were long overdue. We actually played players in their position, played with width, played with tempo, we were well organised, had a purpose and a pattern to our play…how … Continue reading

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