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|Haye vs Bellew|
at 16:30 3 Mar 2017
Can't see a thread elsewhere on this.
I know that Haye has been acting an absolute bellend, but does anyone actually think that Bellew actually has a chance?
Can't see beyond Haye, probably in the first six rounds...
|So who's still in work then?|
at 09:40 23 Dec 2016
absolutely hanging out of my @rse, and have to be here until 5:30. absolutely no intention of doing any work whatsoever...
any other poor buggers in over xmas?
|Tiger Feet 6|
at 11:15 1 Oct 2014
Hopefully it hasn't escaped your attention that Tiger Feet 6 is happening this weekend and we are walking 13.5 miles from Loftus Road to Upton Park.
from the message board, Myself, Metallica_Hoop, Finney and Brewers Hoop amongst others will be doing the walk, and Clive has threatened to turn up as well for the walk.
Even if it's only a fiver, all donations will be greatly received...
|Shang Long to Saints... ...for Â£12m!|
at 21:42 12 Aug 2014
Shane Long keeps up his attempt to play for every premiership club by moving to saints for Â£12m.
now i like Shane Long a lot... but Â£12m? that and Â£11m for McCormack and Â£14m for Borini, is it any wonder we're struggling to get a striker?
at 17:09 1 Jul 2014
QPR announce player departures and those in preliminary talks regarding possible new deals ...
QPR TRIO Aaron Hughes, Stephane Mbia and Andrew Johnson have been released following the expiration of their contracts.
Hughes joined the club on a short-term deal in January, making 11 appearances in the R's promotion-winning season.
Mbia, who spent last season on loan at Seville, has also departed. He made 32 appearances for the Râ€™s.
Johnson departs following a two year stay in West London, during which time he made 13 starts and 11 substitute appearances, scoring two goals.
In addition, Luke Young (27 starts, 2 goals), Hogan Ephraim (76 starts, 41 substitute appearances, 8 goals), Angelo Balanta (10 starts, 19 substitute appearances, 3 goals) and Tom Hitchcock (1 substitute appearance, 1 goal) also depart having reached the end of their current agreements.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Ravel Morrison, Tom Carroll, Niko Kranjcar, Will Keane, Kevin Doyle and Modibo Maiga have all returned to their parent clubs following the conclusion of their loan spells in W12.
Everyone at Loftus Road would like to take this opportunity to thank all of these players for their contribution to the club, and to wish them well for the future.
Meanwhile, the club can confirm it is in preliminary discussions with Rob Green, Armand Traore, Alejandro Faurlin, Gary Oâ€™Neil and Bobby Zamora regarding their futures, although at this stage no deals have been finalised.
Jermaine Jenas is currently recovering from an ACL injury and will continue his rehabilitation at Harlington in the short-term.
|QPR media guys throwing strop on The Twitter...|
at 21:49 3 Jun 2014
Seems like they have tried and failed to secure the @QPR address, and instead of shrugging their shoulders and getting on with it, they've gone public in a thinly veiled attempt to shame/embarrass the owner
They've done so much so well recently, but this is fairly poor form...
|So Whose in Work Today?|
at 10:37 24 Dec 2013
possibly 10% of our workforce in today. i'm bored to tears...
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