The Conditions were absurd,” he snapped. “It’s a wonder no-one broke his neck!”

On 12th January 1963, the R’s lost 0-5 at Swindon. It was during the Big Freeze and Colin Woodley recorded his memories of that day last month. http://www.indyrs.co.uk/2021/01/the-big-freeze-of-1963-qpr-lose-0-5-to-a-swindon-side-wearing-basketball-boots/ But what angered Alec Stock even more was the state of the pitch. Hugh John’s wrote the following article for ‘The People’: ‘Alec Stock, Queen’s Park Rangers’ Continue reading


Cardiff City (2) – QPR (2) – ‘Rangers had played a type of Football which was good enough to beat any Third Division Side’

Team: Gilfillan, Smith, Jefferson, Lowe, James, March, Cape, Mallett, Cheetham, Fitzgerald, Bott Attendance 26,268 Rangers travelled to Cardiff on 22nd January 1938.. The Acton Gazette provided news of a Football Special from London: ‘In connection with the important Third Division league match between Cardiff City and Queen’s Park Rangers tomorrow, the G.W.R. will issue cheap Continue reading


QPR (7) – Fulham (0) – ‘Clutterbuck managed to prevent the Visitors from Scoring amidst the Roars of Laughter from the Crowd’

Team: Clutterbuck, Bellingham, Newlands, Keech, Hitch, Skinner, Gray, Downing, Goldie, Humphries, Foxall Attendance: 4,000 Rangers opened their 1900 FA Cup campaign with a 3rd round qualifier on 3rd November. The following match report later appeared in the Kilburn Times: ‘The Rangers made their entry into the English Cup competition on Saturday last. Fulham were their Continue reading