Monthly Archives: December 2014

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Opposition Q&A – Arsenal – Redknapp “reasonably entertaining but I wouldn’t want him as our boss”

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This week we spoke to media producer, podcaster and Arsenal fan Josh Landy (@Josh_Landy) for his thoughts ahead of our Boxing Day clash at the Emirates… Q. How far is this Arsenal team off from being a title-winning side? What are the priorities during the upcoming transfer window? Who’s on your shopping list? A. We’re quite far off winning the title with this current squad. We need a couple of first rate defenders who can go straight into the side … Continue reading

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Christmas Greetings from the Indy R’s

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As always, we would like to thank everyone that has contributed over the last 12 months to the Indy R’s website, the Facebook page and our match day Vox Pop videos. At the beginning of the month, Alan Hayes reported for ‘Get West London’ that tragically 19-year-old R’s fan Alice Brooks had died after collapsing in the intu Uxbridge car park: ‘The QPR fan received a tribute from striker Charlie Austin on Saturday, as he dedicated his winning goal to … Continue reading

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QPR v West Bromwich Albion – Charlie Austin’s first Rangers Hat-trick turns it around

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Team: Green, Onuoha, Caulker, Dunne, Suk-Young (Hill), Vargas (Hoilett), Barton, Henry, Fer, Austin, Zamora (Kranjcar) Subs Not Used: McCarthy, Ferdinand, Phillips, Mutch. Attendance: 17,560 (including 1,475 West Brom fans) Played off the park for 30 minutes, we got a penalty out of nothing to give us a glimmer of hope at half-time. Then we came out, press the ball, turn their back-four and bingo. Charlie produces the goods and it’s shades of ’67 all over again! But it’s still a … Continue reading

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The Justice for Jeff Astle Campaign

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This week we were contacted by Dawn Astle who asked us to help raise awareness and support for this campaign. We are happy to do so. Nine minutes into Saturday’s game, Albion fans will unveil a large banner reading ‘Justice for Jeff’ which starts a minute’s applause – nine being the famous shirt number he wore. QPR fans are more than welcome to join in with the applause if they choose to; for which we would be very grateful for; … Continue reading

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W12 Recruitment, QPR, and a New Relationship

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The West Brom programme will feature the start of a new beginning for my young fella and his partners. A fast growing recruitment company for the construction industry who are one of our own – QPR born and bred with a staff of smart young qualified people who are passionate about their business. An experienced, reliable, professional approach, be it now, or in the future. Take a look, spread the word and get on board! ‘W12 – More than just … Continue reading

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Everton v QPR

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Team: Green, Isla, Dunne, Onuoha, Suk-Young, Phillips (Zamora), Mutch, Barton, Fer (Kranjcar), Hoilett, Vargas. Subs Not Used: McCarthy, Ferdinand, Hill, Wright-Phillips, Henry Attendance: 34,035 (including 363 R’s fans) It was not pretty – indeed even to the end it was downright nervy – but Everton took a step in the right direction yesterday with a much-needed victory over Queen’s Park Rangers. For only the third time in the Premier League this season Roberto Martinez’s team took the three points at … Continue reading

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Birmingham City U18 v QPR U18

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FA Youth Cup 3rd Round: Played at Solihull Moors FC, Damson Park/Autotech Stadium Team: Collings, Kakay, Hamalainen, Butler (C), Garnett, Matthews, Komodikis, Williams, Corkery, Crichlow, Shodipo Subs: Arthur, Donnellan & Clarke Looking forward to my first visit to Damson Park/Autotech Stadium, the home of Solihull Moors FC, and hopefully progression to the next round. Changing trains at High Wycombe I arrived at Solihull station on schedule. The recommended bus to the ground had been suspended and a Birmingham City fan … Continue reading

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Bright Future must not overlook the Lessons of History

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My thanks to Garry Coady for alerting me to this superb newsletter written by Dion Fanning for the Irish Sunday Independent: ‘QPR are a club that believes that some good will come from everything. There is very little beauty at Loftus Road yet it is currently the ground I most enjoy visiting. This is not because it is the football ground closest to my house, although maybe that adds to my affection. It isn’t necessarily because the floodlights light up … Continue reading

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QPR v Bristol Rovers in 1910 – Two Penalties and Rangers Changed Colours at Half-Time

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Team: Shaw, McDonald, Fidler, Mitchell, Hartwell, Wentworth, Wyatt, Greer, Steer, Whyman, Barnes. Attendance: 6,000 The game was played at Park Royal on 30th April 1910 and the following match report was written (from a Rovers perspective} by ‚ÄúReservist‚Äù: ‘Save that Wake was absent from left-half, the home side were at full strength; but the Rovers were without two or three men. The home defence played very strongly in the first ten minutes, but then for a spell of four minutes … Continue reading

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QPR v Burnley: Richard Dunne – A Lion Amongst Men

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Team: Green, Isla, Dunne, Caulker, Suk-Young, Vargas (Mutch), Barton, Henry, Fer (Phillips), Zamora (Kranjcar), Austin. Subs Not Used: McCarthy, Ferdinand, Onuoha, Hoilett. Attendance: 17,785 (including 1,583 Burnley fans) I was not Richard Dunne’s biggest fan when he arrived at the club, but I’m more than happy to be proved wrong. On Saturday, at more than one stage, he was struggling for pace, however, he made up for it big style. His timing, tackling, vision, reading of the game, moreover, his … Continue reading

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