QPR (3) – Luton Town (1) – ‘The Rangers thoroughly Deserved their Victory as they were Quicker on the Ball & Showed Better Combination’

Team: Shaw, White, Fidler, Mitchell, McLean, Lintott, Pentland, Rogers, Walker, Gittens, Barnes Attendance: 10,000 QPR ended the season on Saturday with a superb 3-1 win over Luton Town. On 5th October 1907, the Rangers took on the Hatters at Park Royal and defeated them by the same score-line. The following match report appeared in ‘The Continue reading

QPR (1) – Arsenal (1) – “I’ve Had a Few Words with the Referee” – Gerry Francis

Team: Seaman, Bardsley, Wilson, Wilkins, Ready, Yates, Impey, Holloway, Barker, White (Allen), Penrice Attendance: 11,442 On 27th April 1994, Rangers took on Arsenal at Loftus Road. Neil Custis wrote the following match report: ‘Fuming Gerry Francis had to be restrained by a policeman at the end of a controversial clash. QPR boss Francis was furious Continue reading

QPR (2) – Everton (1) – Les Ferdinand Scores the Winner with just Two Minutes Remaining, but it was Farewell to the Old Loft

Team: Roberts, Bardsley, Wilson, Wilkins (Barker), Ready, Yates, Impey, Holloway, Ferdinand, White, Sinclair. Subs Not Used: Stejskal, Brevett Attendance: 13,330 The 16th April 1994 sadly marked the final day of the old Loft. Rangers took on Everton at Loftus Road after a 1-1 draw against Chelsea three days earlier. The following match report appeared eleven Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur (0) – QPR (0) – ‘There was a pretty good leavening of Queen’s Park Rangers Supporters, who were, of course, delighted…’

Team: Collins, Newlands, Edwards (J), Bowman, Hitch, Skinner, Colvin, Hamilton, Abbott, Busby, Wilson Attendance: 13,000 Rangers had won their opening Southern League game of the 1902/03 season at Kensal Rise on 3rd September with a 2-0 victory over Wellingborough. Three days later QPR travelled to the home of Tottenham Hotspur. The following match report later Continue reading

Ipswich Town (0) – QPR (1) – ‘Ferdinand kept the Dream Alive with his 21st Goal of the Season’

Team: Roberts, Wilson, Brevett, McDonald, Ready, Barker(Maddix), Impey, Holloway, Ferdinand, Gallen (Penrice), Sinclair. Sub Not Used: Dykstra Attendance: 11,767 Following a superb 3-1 win over Arsenal at Loftus Road three days earlier, the R’s travelled to Portman Road on 11th April 1995. Tony Kell’s match report follows: ‘QPR boss Ray Wilkins was talking about Europe Continue reading

QPR (3) – Blackburn Rovers (1) – ‘Marsh Magic Thrills Fans’

Team: Springett, Clement, Harris, Keen, Keetch, Hazell, Morgan (I), Sanderson, Wilks, Marsh, Morgan (R). Attendance: 12,917 The match against Blackburn Rovers in 1967 was originally scheduled for the 4th November but was postponed. It was then re-arranged for Tuesday, 12th December and the following match report later appeared in the local Gazette: ‘Rangers jumped right Continue reading