Monthly Archives: November 2007

QPR U18 (2) – Luton Town U18 (0)

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Puma Youth Alliance Cup 2nd Round (last 16) Team: Goodchild, Coyne, Ford, Harris, Brown, O’Brien, Vanterpool, Arthur, German, Rose, Balanta. Subs used: Cox for Vanterpool, Morgan-Cummings for Rose and Massey for Balanta Rangers deserved to win this Cup tie on the weight of chances created but Luton were still in the game right up until the second goal in the closing stages which finally confirmed victory. Youth Team boss Steve Brown continued with his preferred 4-3-3 formation. The line-up had … Continue reading

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Rodney’s Return

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In this modern day and age it would have probably been called a damaged metatarsal but way back then in the 67/68 Season, medical jargon was more primitive and it was merely known as a broken foot. The midweek Reserve team fixture against Southend United at Roots Hall on the 8th November 1967 was to be one of the tests to see if QPR goal scoring genius Rodney Marsh had fully recovered from this injury which had kept him out … Continue reading

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QPR U18 (7) – Barnet U18 (2)

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Team: Goodchild, Coyne, Brown, O’Brien, Ford, Harris, Balanta, Davenport, German, Rose, Arthur Subs Used: Vanterpool for O’Brien, Parker for Balanta and Folkes for Rose. Subs Not Used: Crowther and Wright Barnet had already been beaten 4-0 in the Puma Youth Alliance Cup in October and it took QPR just 3 minutes to create their first chance. A Rangers attack was cleared to the edge of the box and the ball fell to Danny Davenport who fired just over the bar. … Continue reading

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Growing Up In The Bush – Part Two

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Irish Jack made mention of Shepherd’s Bush Market as a failed record seller. I became a frequent Saturday morning visitor. It was home of the famous WG Stores who also provided records for QPR. I was a frequent visitor to the Store and to the stall in the Market which sold ex-juke box records. I also visited the stamp dealer who had a small table in the same area of the Market. I think I also purchased my first Mod … Continue reading

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We Will Remember Them

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Evelyn Henry Lintott was the most famous player associated with the R’s to sadly lose his life during the Great War. He was a Schoolmaster and was also the first Rangers player to play a full international for England. Lintott made 35 appearances for QPR including two Charity Shield games against Manchester United after the R’s had won the Southern League. He died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. A letter in the Yorkshire Post described … Continue reading

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Blackpool Accommodation

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If anyone still needs any assistance with booking accommodation in Blackpool then Andy Morley can help you‚Ķ‚Ķ My name is Andy Morley and I’m an R’s fan in Blackpool. I have been watching Rangers since I was 9 and I’m now aged 42. I hold three Season Tickets for myself and my two daughters. I have a Hotel Agency in Blackpool and the details can be found via the following link at: www.hoteldirectoryblackpool.co.uk I am happy to provide accommodation as … Continue reading

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Gianni Confident Luigi Will Adapt

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Yann Tear wrote the following article which appeared in the local Gazette on Friday:- Gianni Paladini insists there is no big gamble attached to importing a man weaned exclusively on a diet of Italian football throughout his career and the Rangers Chairman does not expect the team to be dour under the new Manager. Luigi de Canio took his first training session at Harlington on Tuesday mindful that his first battle will be to establish proper lines of communication. The … Continue reading

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Indy R’s Car Stickers Plus Other Merchandise News

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Our first car stickers became available earlier in the year and to date approx 50 have been sold. They are ¬£1.00 each and I’m also happy to do mail order. Postage & packing is 50p for any number and cheques are payable to, ‘Independent R’s’ and send to:- 91 Eastcote Lane South Harrow Middlesex HA2 8RN ¬† I will be receiving a quantity of the 4th Indy R’s badge very soon and this one will commemorate the 1947 Tour of … Continue reading

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Is London’s Grungiest Club About To Get Glamorous ?

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The following article was written by Benjie Goodhart and appeared in ‘The Guardian’ on 30th October. Much of it will be familiar to R’s fans but I wanted to leave it complete:- QPR used to be skint and unattractive but with money, supermodels and a new Manager swishing around, the future looks bright. The regular reader of my outpourings (love you, Mum) will know that I’m a QPR fan. This is because I tend to shoehorn gratuitous references to the … Continue reading

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