QPR U23 (2) – Sheffield Wednesday U23 (2)

U23 Professional Development League Team: Dickinson, Drewe, Woollard-Innocent, Bettache, Carlyle, Gubbins, Alfa, Duncan, Walker, Bansal-McNulty, Dalling. Sub Not Used: Middlehurst The visitors came into this match at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium after a 4-1 win over Colchester United. An early opportunity fell to the R’s after Deshane Dalling had worked his way down the Continue reading


1st March 1975: QPR (2) – Luton Town (1) – ‘Rogers leaves Luton Reeling’

Team: Parkes, Clement, Gillard, Masson, McLintock, Webb, Thomas, Busby, Beck, Bowles, Givens. Sub: Rogers Attendance: 19,583 Luton Town return to Loftus Road on Saturday after an absence of twelve years. Rangers defeated the Hatters 2-1 at Loftus Road on 1st March 1975 and Dennis Signy wrote the following match report: ‘Substitute Don Rogers, the butt Continue reading


QPR U23 (1) – Brentford B (4)

Team: Barnes, Kakay, Wallace, Wells, Masterson, Kefalas, trialist, Frailing, Walker, Kendall, trialist Sub Not Used: Dickinson Last week the U23’s were up against a Brentford B side in a friendly match at Harlington. Lee Wallace made his long-awaited debut, Conor Masterson captained the side, Dillon Barnes was in goal, whilst Charley Kendall was at No.10. Continue reading


England (0) – Young England (5) – ‘Marsh Stuns England’

England: Peter Springett (QPR), George Cohen (Fulham), Keith Newton (Blackburn Rovers), Martin Peters (West Ham), Brian Labone (Everton), Bobby Moore (West Ham), Mike Summerbee (Manchester City), Roger Hunt (Liverpool), Johnny Byrne (Crystal Palace), Geoff Hurst (West Ham), Alan Ball (Everton). Young England: Jim Montgomery (Sunderland), John Charles (West Ham), Bobby Thomson (Wolves), Colin Harvey (Everton), Continue reading


QPR U23 (4) – Sheffield United U23 (3)

U23 Professional Development League Team: Dickinson, Kakay, Domi, Bettache, Kefalas, Gubbins, Duke-McKenna, Duncan, Oteh, Bansal-McNulty, Alfa. Sub Not Used: Middlehurst On a Bank Holiday Monday afternoon at Harlington, the temperature hovered around the 32-degree mark. Themis Kefalas captained the side and it was good to see the return of Osman Kakay after five months. Nineteen-year-old Continue reading