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Perch's stupidity opens door to lowly Wolves - Report
at 14:22:09

Outstanding report Clive. Really cheered me up. 'I'm alright Jack, pull the fuc**n ladder up. ' World class just like Smithies.
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Rangers rue late heartbreak after rub of the Green - report
at 18:52:26

'There can be few things in football as gut-wrenching as conceding an equaliser in the second minute of stoppage time.' Sez it all Clive and a great report as usual.
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A horribly familiar sinking feeling – report
at 23:09:13

As per usual, our dreary pre-season programme didn't do us any favours. Mind up look at menu served up to Man U in the last month and they look as bad if not worse than us at the moment. Clint also deserves a chance on the left side of our defensive 3 and its very disappointing to see new signings walking into the first eleven ahead of Ale and Ned.
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Hung by his own players, Hughes now in untenable position – full match report
at 10:38:05

RDM Wins the sack race. Poor old Hughes can't win a f*cking thing this year.
Well said Jamie!!
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Hung by his own players, Hughes now in untenable position – full match report
at 14:38:36

Neil Warnock has hinted that Queens Park Rangers were wrong to sack him last season as they search for their first Premier League win of the campain.

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Fair point Neill but you should be more concerned at the job you're doing at Leeds. Defeat again yesterday with ten men. Sound familiar????
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Gorkss haunts lifeless QPR again as winless run goes on – full match report
at 22:50:38

Just seen the latest odds and Nigel Adkins is the new favourite at 1/4 to win the sack race. Mark Hughes is now at 4/1 and QPR are fourth favourites to go down with 9/5 the best price available.
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Take nine, QPR hunt first win at Arsenal – full match preview
at 14:28:54

OR Green, Derry, Onuoha, Mackie, Ephraim, Faurlin,Ferdinand, Young, Park, Cisse, Hill.
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Take nine, QPR hunt first win at Arsenal – full match preview
at 14:19:47

QPR team today - Cesar, Diakite, Traore, Taarabt, Wright-Phillips Granero, Nelsen, Bosingwa, Hoilett, Zamora, Mbia.
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Dismantling my QPR ideal
at 00:31:21

Excellent article Roller. Congratulations to ex-R's full back Ian Baraclough who has managed Sligo Rovers to the league title in the Republic of Ireland. We last won the championship in 1977 when another ex-Ranger Paul McGee was on the main man.
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When Mark Falco returned to haunt Spurs - history
at 15:43:43

Was delighted when Falco signed up for the R's. Still recall with horror his double blast against us in 1984. Was on the way to Echo & The Bunnymen in Dublin when the news broke. My first 5-0 defeat in eleven years as a QPR supporter. God help us there has been plenty of them since. On the subject of strikers now that AJ won't see any game time for several months, surely we should be able to call up DJ?? A 25 man squad should mean 25 players to choose from at all times. Best wishes to AJ by the way. He put in a great shift on Saturday before his unfortunate injury.
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Hostility and handshakes, QPR and Chelsea prepare for round four – full match preview
at 14:40:03

Agree with most of the comments. Lets park up this Terry fiasco and concentrate on the match. This game is one of many reasons why we wanted QPR back in the Premier League. QPR team today is Cesar, Ferdinand, Park, Johnson, Wright-Phillips, Granero, Nelsen, Bosingwa, Da Silva, Zamora, Faurlin. I also c Rowan Vine has stunned Celtic with the winning goal for St. Johnstone. Well done Rowan and congrats also to Steve Lomas, another ex-QPR.
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Positives but no points as Tevez slays new look QPR – full match report
at 22:12:16

Point taken Northernr (excuse the pun). Remember that game indeed. My dad used to go to Brentford and I was delighted that we went unbeaten against them in our League One days (or was it Division Two). And finishing on a West London theme, a couple of wins over Fulham (or even a goal) would be very welcome this season.
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Positives but no points as Tevez slays new look QPR – full match report
at 17:44:14

Northernr, I have to say you talk a lot of sense and I enjoy your article every week but I don't ever remember losing to Brentford in forty years following the R's. God its bad enough being humilated by Chel** and Ful*** without that shower getting in on the act.
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The Iceman goeth
at 15:47:37

All the best Heidar and thanks for the memories and ending Chelsea's league title hopes last October.
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What might have been… QPR bid farewell to the White Pele
at 21:55:15

My best wishes to Akos who left us with some wonderful memories during his time at QPR.
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QPR bid farewell to Kenny the Moneyball goalkeeper
at 22:20:28

Good luck Paddy. The last two seasons have been memorable and you were one of the stars. I remember also that we didn't concede at Loftus Road in our last three matches and this was crucial in keeping us in the EPL and a bright future on the horizon.
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Mind your shins, Diakite is back
at 12:49:56

Haven't been as excited about a signing in a long time. Can't help you isawqpratwcity with your queries but like yourself would love to know some answers. Anyway who cares we've got our man.
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Alan McDonald: 1963 – 2012
at 16:26:41

Remember Alan as a top player with Queens Park Rangers for many years. Was also delighted to see him manage Glentoran to a league title in 2009. May he rest in peace.
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LFW Awaydays – Eastlands, Manchester
at 23:39:13

Agree with Juzzie with regard to City's winner. Forty seasons following QPR and I hate to see us lose. Last season's Leeds match gave me the same feeling. However can't complain too much as we were crowned League champions and stayed in the Premier this season despite conceding two late goal at Eastlands. One other point is Swansea and Norwich losing their managers. A month ago we were lookin down the barrell and the teams we came up with were safe as houses. Now we have Mark Hughes and a bright future and looking a better bet to extend our stay in the EPL than either The Swans or Canaries. Can't wait for the new season.
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Lay down your pitchforks, Barton’s not the right target – guest column
at 21:02:00

'Referee Mike Dean has revealed he would have sent off Carlos Tevez if he had been afforded a full view of the clash between the Manchester City striker and QPR midfielder Joey Barton on the final day of the Premier League season.' Bit late now Mike. U could cost have cost us our place in next season's EPL, you tosser!!!!!!

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