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|No need to sell Eze, Osayi Samuel, Chair, Manning-as long as UEFA get their way!|
at 08:16 18 Feb 2020
QPR still have a ten per cent sell on fee arrangement with Liverpool on Raheem Sterling, who is now in prime condition and position for another massive move, if he wants to keep playing European Football now that Citeh have a 2 year ban from Europe.
I reckon that should be £13 million coming our way as long as the lawyers don't screw things up - and get a reduction in the Citeh Brexit ban.
What's the odds of that happening?
With our luck? No chance. If we did get lucky, we'd probably spaff it on some aging star with dodgy knees, a drink problem, with links to a betting company.
[Post edited 18 Feb 8:25]
at 15:24 14 Feb 2020
Two storms now forecast for the week end in the south east, one for Saturday afternoon and one for Sunday morning.
Best of luck to anyone in the Paddocks tomorrow.
[Post edited 14 Feb 15:25]
|Redknobb's latest transfer insights on BBC - and I bet he's being paid for these|
at 11:20 31 Jan 2020
Harry Redknapp Q&A
Former manager at various clubs (who all hate the lying long nosed wheeler /dealer)
John Bailey: Do agents have more power than a manager today?
They certainly do have an awful lot of power yeah. Years ago, the player would come and see you if you left him out the team. Nowadays players go to their agents, who ring the chairman, to tell them: “The manager is an idiot, why's he not picking my player?!” They build relationships with chairmen, as they know managers are only passing through.
Ben: How much paperwork actually needs to be completed to get a deal over the line? Do clubs still use fax machines?!
I think so, I don’t know, I’m useless at that type of stuff. You’re relying on a good secretary. I mean secretaries are going off their head on deadline day. I don’t know how much paperwork is needed these days?!
Translation for normal people. - "I'm useless at that type of stuff"
Too right, useless at adding up, spelling properly, keeping my fingers out of the till, opening bank accounts for my dog, telling the truth and paying taxes.
[Post edited 31 Jan 11:22]
|Cup game versus Owls on 25 January|
at 12:12 8 Jan 2020
Anyone got any definite news on this game?
As Brentford are also at home to Leicester on that day, is our game still played on Saturday? Or moved to sodding Sunday again?
Is it still 3.00 pm kick off?
What price are tickets at?
When will they be available?
How many Welsh players are in the Wednesday team?
Can we expect anpther 5- 0 + home spanking??
[Post edited 8 Jan 12:12]
|Who gives a Flying Burrito Brothers about the Club at the end of the season?|
at 06:48 28 Apr 2019
Based on the very few posts on this site about the game yesterday, I'd say almost everyone has accepted that the club is used to losing but the biggest loss is the club's identity with the fan base.
Our Tone and his decision making have led to this. Now we can't afford to have him on the board and yet we can't afford not to have his money to prop up his piss poor decisions.
The next manager will be the key decision, I have the usual feeling that he will phoook that up too!
The only thing worth remembering about this season has been Clive's match reports which kept me vaguely on board as a supporter.
[Post edited 28 Apr 2019 6:53]
|Hughes- has anyone bought a bigger bag of shyte as this lot in three months?|
at 21:52 11 Feb 2018
This is a cut and past off Wikipedia on Mark Hughes "career"
In the summer of 2012, QPR brought a large number of high-profile signings with the intent of establishing themselves as a Premier League club. In came Kieron Dyer, Ryan Nelsen, Andrew Johnson, Robert Green, Samba Diakité, Fábio, Park Ji-sung and Junior Hoilett all before the start of the season. Rangers' new-look squad, however, got off to an awful start as they crashed to a 5–0 home defeat against Swansea on the opening day of the 2012–13 Premier League season. Hughes branded his players performance as "embarrassing". Hughes then signed José Bosingwa, Júlio César and Esteban Granero but saw no improvement in results, going 12 matches without victory. He was sacked as manager on 23 November 2012 after the team suffered a 3–1 home defeat to Southampton six days earlier and replaced by Harry Redknapp.
|Redknobb to make millions out of property deal to make people homeless|
at 21:10 1 Dec 2017
Redknobb/ Candleface / Pinocchio / Rosie / Top Top Triffikk Player/ Me? Fiddle the books? I can't phoooooking read or write, can I /Oh how my knees hurt / Just need to get another 10 in after the transfer window / Wheeler Dealer / Always Managing to be a total Grumble and Grunt / Property Market Genius.
What a total tosser.
See this link - https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/dec/01/harry-redknapp-30-people-homeles
Shame that the first person to pass this to me - and then onto LFW is an Arse fan / Waitrose shopper / Brompton biker - however he could be an honorary QPR fan because of the way he agrees with us that football is being run - into the cess pit.
Thank you Rod. My hero.
"Yer couldn't make it up" - Count Arthur.
Just in case you aren't sure - 'Arry is one.
[Post edited 1 Dec 2017 22:23]
|Why don't we lighten up? We could still have this cretin as manager. |
at 08:01 13 Sep 2017
"I've got a new team. I changed a team that wasn't good enough, but I didn't get them in for the start of the season. People need to be patient. They've got players here now who can take them on to another level." = 'Arry Pinocchio Redknobb after losing 2 - 0 to Leeds.
The new level for Birmingham is Division One at this rate.
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