From February 1931: Fulham (0) – QPR (2) – ‘Tempers became frayed just after the Interval at Craven Cottage’

Team: Cunningham, Wiles (G), Harris, Sales, Smith (N), Ferguson, Coward, Burns, Goddard, Rounce, Howe Attendance: 18,955 Rangers travelled to Craven Cottage on 7th February 1931 following a 2-0 home win over Coventry City the previous Saturday. “Trojan’s” match report appeared two days later: ‘What a pity it is that “Derby” games are generally tainted with Continue reading


Coca-Cola Cup 2nd Round Tie at Blundell Park on 6thOctober 1992 & QPR go through after a Penalty Shoot-Out

Team: Stejskal, Bardsley, Wilson, Wilkins, Peacock, McDonald, Impey, Holloway, Bailey, Penrise (Thompson), Sinton Sub Not Used: Maddix Attendance: 8,443 On 23rd September 1992, QPR defeated Grimsby Town 2-1 at Loftus Road in the 2nd round of the Coca-Cola Cup. Les Ferdinand scored both the Rangers goals. Two weeks later the R’s travelled to Blundell Park Continue reading


QPR B (1) – Brentford B (3)

Grosvenor Vale Stadium Team: Walsh, Drewe (Jude-Boyd), Kefalas, Gubbins, Domi(Pitblado), Amos, Duke-McKenna, Aoraha (Remy), Armstrong, Taylor-Crossdale, Mema (Mahorn) Subs Not Used: Little, Williams-Lowe Billed as QPR’s first ever official B team game Luke Amos captained the R’s side and with Paul Hall still away on international duty with Jamaica, Andy Impey and Paul Furlong took charge. Continue reading


Reading (0) – QPR (1) – ‘And but for Crawford in the Home Goal, Reading might have been Completely Flattened’

Team: Hill, Marsden, Blackman, Grant, Read, O’Brien, Bradshaw, Gregory, Smith (J), Clayton, Edgley Attendance: 12,000 On 17th September 1921, QPR beat Norwich City 2-0 at Loftus Road and the following Saturday the Rangers travelled to Elm Park. A match report later appeared in the Kensington Post: ‘The Rangers proved themselves to be a fine team Continue reading