Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Opposition Q&A Leicester – “Who doesn’t love Harry transfer deadline day?!”

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This week we spoke to Leicester City fan Danny Varnfield (@DannyVarnfield) for his views on this weekend’s clash at Loftus Road… Q. Nigel Pearson is now in his fourth year of his second spell as Leicester City manager. What do you think of the success he has achieved and to what extent is he the man to take you forward? A. In his first four seasons he has had a great record with us; League 1 champions, 2 Playoffs and … Continue reading

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Newcastle United v QPR Р“We looked Solid without being Creative” said Redknapp

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Team: Green, Onuoha, Dunne, Caulker, Suk-Young, Barton, Sandro (Kranjcar), Henry (Hoilett), Fer, Zamora, Austin. Subs Not Used: McCarthy, Isla, Traore, Phillips, Mutch. Attendance: 51,915 (including 1,600 R’s fans) Harry Redknapp has long admired Moussa Sissoko, but he could have done without the France midfielder illuminating the Tyneside dusk by scoring Newcastle United’s winning goal, on a day that left Queen’s Park Rangers bottom of the Premier League. A couple of months ago, Alan Pardew found himself in a similarly worrying … Continue reading

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Open All R’s Announces Christmas Live Podcast on December 9th

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SINTON & IMPEY SIGN UP FOR 1993 ‘REUNION’ Open all R’s, the QPR fan podcast, has announced that its second live show on Tuesday December 9th will be a ‘1993 reunion’, where they’ll be joined by members of the side that finished top London club 21 years ago. Andy Sinton & Andrew Impey, two regulars of Gerry Francis’ classic team, are already confirmed for the live show, which is being produced in partnership with fanbookz.com and more guest announcements are … Continue reading

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Newcastle United Opposition Q&A – “Saturday afternoon at St James’ Park is the highlight of the week”

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This week I spoke with North-East based sports writer and Newcastle fan¬†Kristan Heneage (@Kheneage) to get his thoughts ahead of Saturday’s visit to St James Park… Q. The campaign to sack Alan Pardew appears to be gathering pace, and yet Newcastle United lie eighth in the Premier League table ahead of this weekend’s game against QPR. Which camp are you in and why? A. I’ve essentially set up my own camp in the middle. I say that because, I agree … Continue reading

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Stephen Street’s Queen’s Parklife

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R’s fan and legendary Smiths and Blur producer Stephen Street gave his thoughts on the season so far to IndyR’s this week… Coming away from the recent game v Man City I was buzzing with excitement despite only drawing a game we could/should have won. More than any other season I can remember, the international calendar has played havoc with our fixtures. It has been so stop/start that it has been difficult to find momentum. But I feel now that … Continue reading

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The Disruptive Two Week International Break and a Look Ahead at Saturday’s Game at Newcastle

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This latest two week break came at the worst possible time for us if you ask me. Just when the R’s put a team into place to start the climb up the table the international break comes into play and we find ourselves in a wee bit of a limbo. It’s not that I don’t agree with internationals, I do, I even go to watch them from time to time, but why oh why now and why can’t it go … Continue reading

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From 1917 – Caring for the Wounded at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Shepherd’s Bush

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The images shown below are taken from the Illustrated War News, dated 17th January, 1917. It’s titled: ‘A Royal Nurse and some of her Patients’ and the caption reads: ‘Queen Augusta Victoria of Portugal, who, with the young King and his mother, Queen Amelia, has displayed the most anxious care and sympathetic consideration for the wounded during the war, has now taken up duties in the Orthopaedic Hospital, Shepherd’s Bush, and, like so many other royal and noble ladies, is … Continue reading

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QPR v Manchester City – Rangers Full-On and at High-Tempo (Amen to that)

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Team: Green, Isla, Dunne, Caulker, Suk-Young, Vargas, Henry, Fer, Sandro (Barton), Zamora, Austin Subs Not Used: McCarthy, Hill, Onuoha, Phillips, Hoilett, Kranjcar Attendance: 18,005 From a cracking atmosphere at HQ, we almost got what we deserved, despite the referee‚Ķthat’s another story! A very decent display from all the players who gave it their all‚Ķ.it’s all I ever want. Certainly none of them disgraced themselves against some top quality players. Indeed, the difference between the two sides was a certain Mr … Continue reading

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We Will Remember Them

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The following servicemen had at some time in their careers played for Queen’s Park Rangers and all tragically lost their lives serving their country: Corporal Albert ‘Ben’ Butler – Apart from playing for QPR, he was also the first professional footballer in the ranks of the 17th Middlesex to be killed in action. Albert Bonass – He joined the R’s in 1939 and later became a reserve policeman before joining the RAF. Between 1940 and 1945 he guested for a … Continue reading

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Man City Opposition Q&A – “Nobody will dominate forever…”

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This week I spoke with City fan James Edwards (@peoffrey) to pick his brains ahead of the return of the Premier League champions to Loftus Road… Q. Manuel Pellegrini delivered both the League Cup and the Premier League trophy to Manchester City in his first year. What has he brought with him that’s different to Roberto Mancini? A. Two clear things. He’s bought a calmness and a togetherness at City that was clearly lacking under Mancini. There were blatant cliques … Continue reading

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