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|owens all time england team|
at 23:43 11 Sep 2019
saw a good tweet about Owen the other day.....
If I was on a desert island with Michael Owen and a tin of corned beef I'd eat Owen and talk to the corned beef.
|Prediction v Pompey|
at 12:43 27 Aug 2019
seeing as I grew up quite near Pompey, I went to the away leg of that League Cup game.
It was a 2-2 draw. I was 10 years old so I can't remember anything else about the match apart from Waddock getting sent off and me not understanding why so my dad explained to me what dissent means.
|Favourite All-Time QPR XI|
at 18:29 26 Aug 2019
Right let's try this, started going in 1981, only including players I've seen live.....
Hucker (my boyhood hero, hence the user name!)
|Favourite All-Time QPR XI|
at 18:20 26 Aug 2019
In the season that those 4 played together, we mostly played with 5 at the back. Parker as sweeper, Maddix and Macca at centre backs, Bardsley and Wilson out wide.
|Scowen in a Sports Bra|
at 18:14 26 Aug 2019
Oi I did that joke on this thread yesterday.
"The words you use should be your own. Don't plagiarise or take on loan."
|And so it begins|
at 01:06 22 Aug 2019
You must've started going to Rangers arrive the same time as me.
I was only a kid but can any of the older fans on here explain why Fillery used to get such a lot of grief. Yes I know he was ex Chelsea but it wasn't just that was it?
I thought he was pretty good.
Used to go to Portsmouth quite a bit as well in the 80s and they didn't like Fillery when he played for them either.
at 19:35 31 Jul 2019
that reminds me, my mate used to build sets for films.
He worked on the Mike Leigh film Career Girls and had to graffiti a wall. I know he put "QPR" on it. Don't know if his handiwork is visible in the finished film though because I've never watched it.
at 18:03 31 Jul 2019
"Staying up with Pigeon Gerry" in the subway by Shepherds Bush roundabout and a few other places in W12 in the runup to the 6-0 v Palace
|Setting aside the Stoke opener|
at 23:48 28 Jul 2019
"I have seen things you people wouldn't believe. I have seen Meaker destroy Arsenal, Scully volley in Oxford and Brock curl one in at the Dell. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die."
|QPR Conspiracy Theories|
at 13:36 27 Jul 2019
the real reason Ned Zelic never settled at QPR is because when he moved to London, he asked some of the other players for advice on a good place to go out for a drink. Someone (the rumour at the time was that it was Tony Roberts) recommended a particular pub in Earls Court. Ned went along there only to discover that it was a gay bar.
The other players relentlessly took the piss out of him for this and he had a total sense of humour failure and left.
|Caught speeding in Spain...|
at 20:56 21 Jul 2019
I've had quite a few tickets from Italy. They often turn up at my house 6 - 12 months after I've been there. But I've checked with family in Italy and they're geniune and you have to pay them. Loads more CCTV clocking driving offences there than we have here.
The last one I had was in Pisa. I was driving around looking for a parking space and even though I didn't know it until I got the thing in the post apparently I drove down a street that was for buses only. I've looked at it on Google Streetview and there are signs there saying no cars so I don't know how I missed them.
Anyway there was a photo included with the stuff they sent. It was definitely me driving but the best bit was my Mrs who was in the photo picking her nose.
|Great site on the River Thames|
at 14:59 12 Jul 2019
From Source To Sea is a good book by a bloke who walked the entire length of the Thames, it’s written by Tom Cheshire
|Friday Music Fred - The Boys of '67|
at 16:05 11 Jul 2019
That reminds me. In October 2017, my band were hire for a 50th birthday.
The lady whose birthday it was said she only wanted us to play songs from 1967.
I wasn't even born then but bloody hell, what a great year.
Can't remember all the songs we played but we definitely did these ones....
You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman by Aretha
Goin Back by Dusty Springfield
Hello Goodbye by The Beatles
Ruby Tuesday by Rolling Stones
Itchy Coo Park by Small Faces
Femme Fatale by Velvet Underground
You Only Live Twice by Nancy Sinatra
In 2016 we had a similar request from a couple who were celebrating their Golden wedding anniversary. They asked us to play songs from 1962 (when they'd met) up to 1966 (when they'd married). That included the song that was number 1 on the day they got married (All or Nothing, Small Faces)
The setlist we came up for that one was really good but in terms of songs released in 1 single calendar year, 1967 was definitely when the 60s peaked musically.
at 09:28 8 Jul 2019
I'm sure there are many better hungrier strikers out there on much lower wages.
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