Recent Youth Team News

Two weeks ago the U18’s took on Crawley Town at Harlington and lined up as follows:- Trani, McDonnell, Walker, Champion, Downes, Sendles-White, Sutherland, Comley, Andrade, Monthe, Webb With Gareth Deane still unavailable, it was an opportunity for Tommaso Trani to finally make his debut, all six foot seven inches of him. Although Crawley had lost Continue reading

Sunderland v QPR

Team: Kenny, Young, Onuoha, Ferdinand, Taiwo, Derry, Taarabt (Wright-Phillips), Mackie, Diakite (Buzsaky), Cisse, Zamora (Bothroyd) Subs Not Used: Cerny, Hill, Gabbidon, Barton Attendance: 37,128 I travelled in style to Newcastle, due to the vagaries of rail ticketing, first class was cheaper than second ! Had to queue 45 minutes for a ticket, but at least Continue reading

Where Do I Begin ?

I was chuffed to be asked to write for ‘Independent R’s’ although, of late, I haven’t felt very inspired. Unsurprisingly, it has been very hard to find anything positive or upbeat to say about my beloved QPR. It is no easier now as, having returned from the Bolton game, I have come to accept what Continue reading

QPR U18 (5) – Gillingham U18 (1)

Team: Lumley, McDonnell, Walker, Champion, Brown, Sendles-White, Sutherland, Comley, Gibbons, Monthe, Webb. Frankie Sutherland was back after playing for the Irish U19’s against Turkey. Bruno Andrade was apparently unwell and Gareth Deane, Marcel Henry-Francis and Bradley Simmonds were still nursing injuries. Prior to kick-off we watched the start of the U16’s game against AFC Wimbledon Continue reading

QPR v Everton

Team: Kenny, Hill, Onuaha, Ferdinand, Derry, Taarabt (Mackie), Traore, Buzsaky, Barton, Wright-Phillips, Zamora Subs Not Used: Cerny, Gabbidon, Young, Taiwo, Smith, Bothroyd Attendance: 18,033 (including 1,660 Everton fans) Much better, Clint Hill again played extremely well. We did look far more like a team, unlike the shambolic performance against Fulham. We may just get out Continue reading