The 1982 FA Cup Final Replay: QPR (0) – Tottenham Hotspur (1)

Team: Hucker, Fenwick, Gillard, Waddock, Hazell, Neill, Currie, Flanagan, Micklewhite (Burke), Stainrod, Gregory Attendance: 92,000 Glenn Roeder was suspended and was replaced by Warren Neill. Tony Currie took over the captaincy. Unfortunately Clive Allen was still injured so Gary Micklewhite started in his place. Albert Sewell wrote the following programme notes: ‘The continuation tonight of Continue reading

The 1982 FA Cup Final: QPR (1) – Tottenham Hotspur (1)

Team: Hucker, Fenwick, Gillard, Waddock, Hazell, Roeder, Currie, Flanagan, Allen (Micklewhite), Stainrod, Gregory Attendance: 100,000 Clive Allen’s goal at Highbury secured our place at Wembley and Tottenham had defeated Leicester City 2-0 at Villa Park so the FA Cup Final was to be an all-London affair. Elsewhere, the campaign to re-take the Falklands was still Continue reading

The Campaign to Save Cooke’s & the Other Victorian Buildings in the Goldhawk Road: The Judicial Review will be at the Royal Courts of Justice on 15th/16th May

I shall be going along to the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand on Tuesday and Wednesday in support of the campaign to save Cooke’s and the other Victorian building in the Goldhawk Road from demolition. I intend to be there before 10am.The following is from Cooke’s own website: ‘Save Cooke’s Pie, Mash and Continue reading

Back From the Dead

Queen’s Park Rangers have a superior home record to Liverpool this season. Five wins on the trot and from relegation certainties in February to conquerors of Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, it has been a remarkable turnaround. It is hard not to attribute this entirely to the arrival of Mark Hughes. To say supporters were Continue reading