Monthly Archives: August 2013

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QPR v Swindon Town – Capital One Cup 2nd Round

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Team: Murphy, Suk-Young, Onuoha, Hill, Simpson, Diakite (Johnson),Jenas, Faurlin (Hitchcock), Wright-Phillips, Austin, Zamora (Sharif) Subs Not Used: Green, Young, Ehmer, Henry Attendance: 9,715 (including 1,684 away fans) I suppose I should have known better than to have such a match for my first game of the season. After a good day with Steve Russell and Kerrins searching through newspaper archives for all things QPR, we were certainly brought back down to earth by the usual collection of players beaten by … Continue reading

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Bolton Wanderers v QPR

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Team: Green, Simpson, Dunne, Onuoha, Hill, Wright-Phillips (Traore), Barton, Henry, O’Neil, Johnson (Jenas), Austin (Zamora) Subs Not Used: Murphy, Suk-Young, Faurlin, Hitchcock, Attendance: 14,999 ‚ÄúThere’s been no stutter,‚Äù said Joe Jordan, considering QPR’s start to life back in the Championship. It was some understatement from QPR’s first-team coach. Harry Redknapp’s unbeaten side have not so much hit the ground running as sprinting, with this hard-earned victory, their third in four games. ‚ÄúYou’ve got to get a barometer on how you’re … Continue reading

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In Memory of Ray Jones – A Tribute to a Special Young Talent

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The following tribute to the late Ray Jones appeared in the Ealing Gazette on 31st August 2007: QPR will mourn the tragic death of teenage striker Ray Jones when they play Southampton this weekend. Jones, who was killed in a car accident on Saturday, would have celebrated his 19th birthday this week. His death has inevitably hit the club hard and, following the postponement of last Saturday’s game at Burnley, a return to action at an emotion-filled Loftus Road will … Continue reading

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Brentford U18 (1) – QPR U18 (2)

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Team: Smith, Furlong, Butler, Comley, Wise, Kpekawa, Young, Mitchell, Mitford, Corkery, Shodipo, Subs: Kakay, Williams, Herdman, Page, Beckles. I bumped into Rob Bennett at Acton Town Station and we later met up with the remainder of the travelling Saturday Morning Crew at Jersey Road, Osterley; Alan Barnes, Clive Kingham, Roger Stokes and Steve Bacon. An overcast sky was coupled with a strong wind blowing across the wide open spaces of Brentford’s Training Ground. The R’s, playing in the light-blue away … Continue reading

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When will Rangers Learn ?

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Over the past few weeks, Queen’s Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has been offering a one-man commentary on the deliberations, desires, thoughts and ambitions of Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Scott Parker. Four days ago, the former Tottenham Hotspur boss announced that a ‚Äúgood offer‚Äù had been agreed with his former club for the England international, who just had to ‚Äúmake his mind up now if he wants to come here‚Äù. The day before, Redknapp said: ‚ÄúWe’re hoping of getting Scotty signed … Continue reading

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Queen’s Park Rangers Vs Ipswich Town 17 August 2013: The fine start continues, this time with a sterner test…

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An icy blast of winter made an unexpected August return to W12 as the ‘Tractor Boys’ came to town. Well, not really ‘icy’, but you would be forgiven for thinking so by the appearance of blankets amongst the ‘prawn sandwich brigade’ of the C Club. It wasn’t the most pleasant of summer afternoons as a slightly makeshift Rangers XI underlined the lack of depth in Harry Redknapp’s squad. Armand Traore, Alejandro Faurlin and Andy Johnson had all been ruled out … Continue reading

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Fan Representatives Meeting 15/08/13

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In attendance: From the Club: Phil Beard (Chief Executive Officer), Mark Donnelly (Chief Operating Officer) Andy Rees (Supporters Liaison Officer) From supporters groups: Paul Moore (Disabled Supporters Association), Paul Finney (IndyRs) Bill Cox (Loyal Supporters Association) Stephen Dedridge (QPR1st Supporters Trust) Each represented group was entitled to raise one topic for discussion: QPR1st-Training ground and Stadium proposals QPR1st has been asked by the local council to comment on regeneration proposals for the Old Oak Common which would include the building … Continue reading

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Cooke’s Pie Shop – Goldhawk Road, Shepherd’s Bush – Letter from Audrey & Mike Boughton

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The following letter from the owners of Cooke’s Pie & Mash Shop in the Goldhawk Road, appeared in the current edition of the Fulham & Hammersmith Chronicle – Steve Russell (Source: Ewan Munro) ‘We are writing about the inaccuracies contained in the letter from Councillor Nicholas Botterill (Chronicle, July 26), about Shepherd’s Bush Market re-development. These will mislead your readers and have done so many times before. Cooke’s Pie Shop has not had any offers to be re-homed within the … Continue reading

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On this Day in 1987 – The QPR Open Day

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Twenty six years ago today the QPR Open Day was held at Loftus Road from 10.30am to around lunch time. The Chairman, David Bulstrode, welcomed R’s fans and their families in the 4-page programme: ‘I would like to welcome all supporters to our Family Open Day. I hope the weather is fine – what a good year this would have been to lay our grass pitch. It is our intention to develop the involvement of our supporters in the activities … Continue reading

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England v Scotland – the Queen’s Park Rangers Connections

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For anyone under the age of 35, matches between the two countries that invented the game of football and who staged what’s regarded as the world’s first ever football international in 1872, have been few and far between. But if you grew up before the mid-1980’s, when for a variety of reasons the fixture unfortunately fell into disrepute, the game was always one of THE highlights of the season – no matter which country you were supporting. To highlight how … Continue reading

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