QPR Defeated 1-0 at Tottenham in 1899 and over 3,000 Fans Travel from North-West London

Team: Clutterbuck, Knowles, McConnell, Crawford, Tennant, Keech, Smith (T), Haywood, Bedingfield, Turnbull, Cowie Attendance: 16,000 Rangers had successfully joined the Southern League (Division 1) for the 1899/1900 season. They had won the first league match on 2nd September 6-0 against Brighton United. However, the result was later expunged as Brighton later resigned from the league. Continue reading

Sammy Shields ‘put in some very apposite references’ to QPR at the Willesden Hippodrome in 1926

The following newspaper review of ‘The Greatest of all Burlesque Shows’ appeared in ‘The Era’ on 10th February 1926: ‘An item of much interest was provided for the Willesden patrons last week by the presence on the programme of Mr Arthur Hands, the eminent flautist from the Covent Garden Opera, etc. Mr Hands’ impeccable techniques Continue reading

QPR U21 (2) – Watford U21 (1) – Eusesbio’s Brace Sinks the Hornets

U21 Professional Development League 2 Team: Hudnott, Butler, Traore, Wise, Kpekawa, Robinson (Hamalainen), Manning, Diakite, N’Guessan, Grego-Cox (Shodipo), Prohouly (Bancessi) Sub Not Used: Brzozowski I was really pleased to see Jack Robinson’s name amongst an interesting starting line-up that also included Armand Traore and Samba Diakite. Six minutes in, Rangers had two efforts on target Continue reading

QPR Ladies (1) – C&K Basildon Ladies (0)

FA Women’s Premier League (Southern Section) Team: Caldwell, Denny, Odeniyi, Dempster, Maggs, Layton, Puddefoot (Rackham), Wilson, Fogarty (Lopes), Whitter (Albert) Sub Not Used: Andersson The QPR Ladies had recorded a 2-1 win at Lewes the previous Sunday. Today’s visitors at Honeycroft were sitting in 7th place and six points ahead of the Rangers. Five minutes Continue reading

QPR (3) – Brentford (0)

Team: Smithies, Onuoha, Angella, Hill, Perch, Faurlin, Henry (El Khayati), Phillips, Chery (Luongo), Hoilett, Polter (Mackie) Subs Not Used: Ingram, Kpekawa, Tozser, Washington Attendance: 17,894 (including 3,026 Brentford fans) The key to yesterday’s win against Hounslow United was playing the same team and system as Tuesday night – Jimmy didn’t tinker and hey-ho success! I Continue reading