QPR (2) – Millwall (2) – ‘We fought back well. We don’t know when we’re beaten which was a real Positive’

Team: Smithies, Bidwell, Baptiste, Onuoha (Smith), Robinson, Wszolek, Luongo, Scowen, Freeman, Washington (Sylla), Mackie (LuaLua) Subs Not Used: Lumley, Furlong, Manning, Wheeler Attendance: 12,600 (including 1,543 Millwall fans) We got rattled early on, by a side who closed us down, got at us and took no prisoners. We lost our composure and never really recovered, Continue reading

QPR U23 (5) – Bolton Wanderers U23 (0) – ‘We just like watching Clint Hill’

U23 Professional Development League Team: Dieng, Kakay, Williams, Goss, Paul, Hill, Petrasso, Borysiuk, Oteh, Chair, Grego-Cox Subs: Herdman, Hamalainen, Tilt, Rowe The big pre-match news was the confirmation that Clint Hill was indeed in the starting line-up! The visitors also included an over-age player, 35-year-old former Brazilian international Julio Baptista. Bolton could well have taken Continue reading

QPR (2) – Ipswich Town (1) – A very Impressive Team Performance in W12

Team: Smithies, Bidwell, Onuoha, Baptiste, Robinson, Wszolek (Wheeler), Luongo, Scowen, Freeman, Washington (Smith), Mackie (LuaLua) Subs Not Used: Lumley, Furlong, Manning, Osayi-Samuel Attendance: 14,060 (including 2,384 Ipswich fans) A well deserved win, with the players getting their just rewards, having put in a very decent shift. The Tractor Boys had little to offer on a Continue reading

7th September 1940

On the night of September 4th 1940, Hitler, in his speech at the Berlin Sportpalast stated amongst the cheers of the partisan audience: “…the people in Britain ask, but why doesn’t he come?” And Hitler gave his reply: “Calm yourselves, be calm, for he is coming!” At the meeting on August 30th with Goring, Hitler Continue reading

Cardiff City (2) – QPR (1)

Team: Smithies, Furlong, Onuoha, Caulker (Wszolek), Bidwell, Luongo, Scowen, Freeman, Mackie (Sylla), Smith, Washington (Ngbakoto) Subs Not Used: Ingram, Robinson, Baptiste, LuaLua Attendance: 18,520 (including 638 R’s fans) Cardiff City beat Queen’s Park Rangers in a breathless encounter to stay top of the Championship table. Matt Smith nodded QPR in front before their former winger Continue reading