U18 Professional Development League 2 Team: Herdman, Arthur, Kakay, Williams, Garnett, Matthews, Komodikis, Butler, Grego-Cox, Darbyshire, Shodipo. Subs: O’Sullivan, Bowles, Mitford, Adams, Donnellan. Paul Furlong’s U18’s side had come into this match at the Concorde Club on the back of a 0-2 home defeat to Sheffield United the previous week. It was the Addicks who Continue reading
Capital One Cup 2nd Round Team: Murphy, Simpson, Dunne, Onuoha, Hill, Henry (Mutch), Faurlin (Fer), Wright-Phillips (Zamora), Hoilett, Phillips, Taarabt. Subs Not Used: Green, Harriman, Ehmer, Doughty. Attendance: 3,999 Burton Albion FC was formed as recently as 1950, but prior to this the town has had various football clubs, namely; Burton Wanderers who were formed Continue reading
Team: Green 6, Caulker 7, Dunne 5 (Onuoha 6), Ferdinand 6, Barton 6, Traore 6, Mutch 7, Isla 6, Fer 5 (Faurlin 6), Remy 6, Phillips 6 (Zamora 6) Substitutes not used: Simpson, Wright-Phillips, Murphy, Hoilett One of the most sobering stats ahead of Sunday’s defeat at White Hart Lane was that Rangers had only Continue reading
Daphne sadly passed away twelve years ago today. One of her many roles during her long association with our club included her involvement with the Supporter’s Club Ladies Section. The following article appeared in the 1951-52 Handbook: ‘The Queen’s Park Rangers Supporters Club Ladies’ Section was formed last November as a result mainly of the Continue reading
The R’s were featured numerous times in ‘Roy of the Rovers’ and on the 21st March 1981, Simon Stainrod was included as their ‘Star Portrait’. ‘Mighty Mouse!’ is first up – Kevin Mouse, known as ‘Mighty’ Mouse on the football field, was a student at St Victor’s Hospital and a part-timer with Tottenford Rovers in Continue reading
Issue No.7 of the Supporters Club magazine, ‘The Superhoop’ included an interview with Peter Eastoe. Keith Friend recorded the interview at Rangers Stadium on the afternoon of the League Cup Semi-Final on 1st February 1977: KF: Right, Peter, viagra cheap would you like to outline your career so far. PE: Yes, well I was spotted Continue reading
Despite an overall impressive display, QPR were given a timely reminder of how unforgiving a place in the Premier League can be. A defensive error, involving new signing Rio Ferdinand and a missed penalty from Charlie Austin insured Hull City left Loftus Road with 3 points for the first time since 1963. In a game Continue reading
Filmed on the first day of the Premier League season, here’s our next series of chats with real fans… This time – What are your views on our summer signings, predictions and memories of the Wembley playoff final in May. Thanks to everyone who took part. You can find the Independent Rs YouTube channel here.
I had been staying with JJ and his good lady in beautiful Co. Mayo for a few days before setting off in good time for the pre-match gathering in the Bounty Bar in Athlone. Paul Finney had flown over to Dublin earlier in the day and had been picked up by Eamonn Kenny. Also in Continue reading
Here’s what happened when we caught up with some QPR fans in the pub before the friendly game at Athlone Town on 5 August. This was a great opportunity to catch up with some Hoops on their own turf as the team completed the pre-season tour of Ireland!