Monthly Archives: December 2015

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Ipswich Town (2) – QPR (1)

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Team: Green, Onuoha, Angella, Hall, Konchesky, Henry, Faurlin, Phillips (Chery), Fer (Sandro), Hoilett, Polter Subs Not Used: Smithies, Hill, Tozser, Luongo, Emmanuel-Thomas Attendance: 23,615 (including 974 R’s fans) Luke Chambers’ injury-time header gave Ipswich Town a dramatic victory as Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink suffered his first defeat as QPR manager. QPR winger Junior Hoilett’s near-post header from a whipped delivery by Leroy Fer had the visitors ahead on the stroke of half-time. After Daryl Murphy’s initial effort failed to find the … Continue reading

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Manchester United U18 (2) – QPR U18 (1) aet.

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FA Youth Cup 3rd Round: Played at Leigh Sports Village Stadium Team: Brzozowski, Springer-Downes, Williams, Donnellan, Matthews, Eales (Genovesi), Crichlow, Akinola (Alfa), Adams, Darbyshire (Klass), Bowler Subs Not Used: Folkes, Bowman Attendance: 1,023 In view of the fact that the venue for this fixture was only six miles from where I live, I thought I would go along and witness my first QPR Youth Team game for over 50 years. Leigh Sports Village is the home of the Leigh Rugby … Continue reading

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Christmas Greetings from the Indy R’s

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Firstly, we would like to thank everyone that has contributed over the last 12 months to the website, Facebook page and also on Twitter. Sadly, John ‚Äúgramps‚Äù Clifford passed away in January and then last month there was more awful news when we heard that Wacka Nolan had died of a heart attack at the age of 57! May they Rest in Peace. We also lost a number of past players over the last year; Colin Whitaker, Ron Springett, Malcolm … Continue reading

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Bristol City (1) – QPR (1)

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Team: Green, Onuoha, Angella, Hall, Konchesky. Henry, Faurlin, Phillips, Fer, Hoilett (Chery), Polter (Emmanuel-Thomas) Subs Not Used: Smithies, Hill, Luongo, Tozser, Petrasso Attendance: 15,754 Camped in our own half for almost all of the first-half, there was more energy in the second-half, but it was simply not good enough. A draw away from home, yet it felt like a loss. After two very decent displays under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, we reverted back to what looked like a Chris Ramsey side, … Continue reading

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Success for both QPR Boys at the UWCB Night in Watford

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Danny Allen and Jamie Orsmond both did themselves and QPR proud by winning their bouts in Watford on Sunday night. Both lads had a QPR emblem emblazoned on their shorts in front of a large and noisy Rangers turnout. Jimmy Murray reported that Danny ‘Boy’ Allen was up first and actually ‘boxed’ his way through, with good footwork and constant jabbing which saw him win on points. Jamie ‘Ossie’ Orsmond’s hard efforts earned him a TKO victory midway through the … Continue reading

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QPR (2) РBrighton & Hove Albion (2): “It was always about the right Management”

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Team: Green, Perch (Angella), Onuoha, Hall, Konchesky, Sandro (Henry), Faurlin, Phillips, Fer (Polter), Hoilett, Austin Subs Not Used: Smithies, Tozser, Chery, Emmanuel-Thomas Attendance: 15,268 (including 2,360 Brighton fans) Absolutely cracking atmosphere at Loftus Road, you can’t buy that anywhere. At 2-0 down, the crowd just kept on going. Now playing with far more composure and confidence, on the ground, good movement and a joy to watch. We did more than enough to get all three points but too many chances … Continue reading

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Celebrating Christmas and Changing Lives in Zimbabwe

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For one QPR fan, Greg Sangwine, his wife Sophie and young child Jack this Christmas will be unlike anyone else’s. They live in Harare and work on a very special project to improve the lives of children in Zimbabwe. However they will still be following the fortunes of our beloved Hoops over the festive fixtures. I caught up with Greg to learn more about his story… SS:How did you come to support QPR? When was your first game and what … Continue reading

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QPR Ladies (3) – West Ham United Ladies (1)

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FA Women’s Premier League (Southern Section) Team: Cheadle, Read, Fogarty, Nicholson, Denny (Wilson), Whitter (Albert), Rackham, Puddefoot, Layton, May (Richardson), Maggs Sub Not Used: Caldwell I met up with Clive Kingham at Hayes & Harlingon Station last Sunday for my first visit to Honeycroft in West Drayton, the home of Uxbridge FC. Admission was just ¬£2.00, which also included a matchday programme. Martino Chevannes was away in Asia with ‘QPR in the Community’ so Miguel De Souza took charge along … Continue reading

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QPR (0) РBurnley (0): “The Performance was the most Important thing” РJimmy Floyd Hasselbaink”

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Team: Green, Perch, Hall, Onuoha, Konchesky, Henry (Emmanuel-Thomas), Faurlin, Sandro, Fer, Hoilett (Austin), Phillips Subs Not Used: Smithies, Angella, Tozser, Luongo, Chery Attendance: 16,576 (including 1,590 Burnley fans) A very impressive first-half, where we played it on the ground, at pace, without fear, albeit with few clear-cut chances and no cutting edge. Second-half, we simply ran out of legs throughout, with both Sandro and Ale Faurlin almost intransient‚Ķ Early days, but Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink brings on Jay Emmanuel-Thomas when we … Continue reading

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QPR fans in charity boxing event

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Two QPR season ticket holders Danny Allen & Jamie Orsmond are fighting in a charity ‘white collar’ boxing event this Christmas. It takes place at the Woodside Leisure Centre, Watford on Sunday 20th December to raise money for Cancer Research. Since they both entered the event they have been training for 8 weeks and both make their debut this coming week. Danny, 34, is originally from Wembley and now lives in Watford. He sits in G block South Africa road, … Continue reading

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