Monthly Archives: October 2015

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Black History Month & QPR – Video

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The Independent R’s are proud to support QPR and QPR in the Community Trust in the club’s celebration of Black History Month. QPR in the Community Trust have commissioned two short films in partnership with Jason Nwansi, who is a professional poet and film-maker. Gianni Critchlow Source: QPR FC This piece below is titled ‘My Badge is My Culture’ and features a specially penned poem, read out by Jason against a backdrop of classic QPR footage and Academy product, Gianni … Continue reading

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QPR (3) – Milton Keynes Dons (0)

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Team: Green, Onuoha, Hall, Hill, Konchesky, Henry (Faurlin), Tozser, Phillips, Luongo (Fer), Chery (Hoilett), Emmanuel-Thomas Subs Not Used: Smithies, Perch, Doughty, Polter Attendance: 15,567 (including 1,070 away fans) Queen’s Park Rangers scored three times in the final 20 minutes to see off MK Dons and record just a second win in eight Championship games. Having enjoyed the majority of possession and chances throughout, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas set Rangers on the way with a skilful run and shot. Matt Phillips cut inside … Continue reading

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From 1960: Chelmsford City (4) – QPR X1 (3)

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Team: Spence, Newcombe, Colgan, Keen, Whitfield, Brown, Barber, Pearson, Keeble, Baten, Kerrins (Turner) Attendance: 1,560 A QPR X1 played Chelmsford City on 2nd January 1960 in a hastily arranged friendly after their game against Barry Town was postponed because of their involvement in a Welsh Cup tie. J. C. Chaplin wrote the following match report for the local Chronicle: ‘The rain-drenched match on the squelching New Writtle Street pitch was no ordinary friendly in the generally accepted sense. It had … Continue reading

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QPR (0) – Sheffield Wednesday (0)

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Team: Green, Onuoha, Hall, Hill, Konchesky, Sandro, Tozser, Phillips, Luongo, Chery, Emmanuel-Thomas (Fer) Subs Not Used: Smithies, Angella, Hoilett, Doughty, Faurlin, Henry Attendance: 15,471 (including 1,721 Wednesday fans) Well as predicted as I walked away from the ‘Theatre of Nightmares’ last night, Ramsey said he was pleased with the point and a clean sheet. Well Alf, let me tell you the POINT is that YOU have been given a full pre-season and a dozen games to develop a side that … Continue reading

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Birmingham City (2) – QPR (1)

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Team: Green, Perch, Onuoha, Hall, Konchesky, Sandro (Tozser), Henry, Phillips, Fer (Luongo), Chery, Emmanuel-Thomas (Polter) Subs Not Used: Smithies, Angella, Doughty, Faurlin Attendance: 19,161 (including 1,676 R’s fans) Positives from the game? None, other than Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, who doesn’t hold up the ball anywhere near good enough, but for me, he plays way above my expectations, and thankfully proves me wrong. We are a million miles away from the recent comments of Les Ferdinand regarding any kind of promotion push‚Ķits … Continue reading

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QPR U21 (2) – Hull City U21 (6)

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U21 Professional Development League 2 Team: Smithies, Kakay (Matthews), Suk-Young, Doughty, Wise, Haran, Prohouly (Manning), Comley, N’Guessan, Diakite, Komodikis (Crichlow) Sub Not Used: Hudnott The visitors came into this game unbeaten so far this season, with an impressive five wins and two draws. Rangers went a goal down after ten minutes after Brandon Comley lost possession in his own half and the Hull player then ran through to slot home with comparative ease. After 17 minutes, following a good move, … Continue reading

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The George IV, 185 High Road, Chiswick, London W4

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The George IV is just a short walk from Turnham Green Underground Station and recently I met up there with Bill Burnett from Aberdeen, who had stayed over in London following the Fulham away game. Originally known as the ‘Lord Boston’s Arms’, the pub is said to have been licensed from at least 1771. This name was shortened to the ‘Boston Arms’ in 1790 until around 1820 when George IV came to the throne. Lord Boston’s son, the second Baron, … Continue reading

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QPR U21 (1) – Brentford U21 (2)

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U21 Premier League Cup Qualifying Round 2 Team: Lumley, Mitchell, Kakay, Wise, Haran, Sandro, Corkery, Comley, Polter, Manning, Gladwin. Sub Not Used: Hudnott I only heard about this cup game at Loftus Road prior to the day of the match. 47 clubs from Category One, Two and Three academies were competing in the U21 Premier League Cup and these included 13 from the Premier league. Southampton were the current holders and Reading had been the inaugural winners in 2014. The … Continue reading

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Congratulations Northern Ireland!

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Congratulations to Northern Ireland on reaching the European Finals in France next summer! Alan – your boys done you proud… Always with us, captain, leader, legend and proud Ulsterman.

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QPR (4) – Bolton Wanderers (3)

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Team: Green, Onuoha, Angella, Hall, Konchesky, Henry, Tozser, Phillips, Fer (Sandro), Chery, Emmanuel-Thomas Subs Not Used: Smithies, Perch, Luongo, Faurlin, Doughty, Polter Attendance: 16,026 (including 829 Bolton fans) My first home game of the season with Kerrins and we were fortunate to be playing a poor Bolton side after the Fulham debacle, but we still managed to give them a two-goal start! A half-decent team would have torn us apart and the win only papered over the large cracks. To … Continue reading

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