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Emergency Loans 20:52 - Dec 6 with 1231 viewsdavman

...what's the difference between 2 'keepers out and 8 defenders out?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/amp/football/42256235?__twitter_impression=true

Money, money, money - we're not really like Chelscum, are we?

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Emergency Loans on 23:06 - Dec 6 with 1108 viewsNorthernr

Favourite QPR moments of our time #356:

When 'Arry had two keepers injured and demanded an emergency loan only to be told by the league that he had a youth team keeper, Elivijs Putnins, who he'd forgotten about.
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Emergency Loans on 23:20 - Dec 6 with 1096 viewsBoston

I can do ya a pony 'till Friday.
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Emergency Loans on 23:22 - Dec 6 with 1093 viewsBoston

Emergency Loans on 23:06 - Dec 6 by Northernr

Favourite QPR moments of our time #356:

When 'Arry had two keepers injured and demanded an emergency loan only to be told by the league that he had a youth team keeper, Elivijs Putnins, who he'd forgotten about.


How could anyone forget whasiname?
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Emergency Loans on 23:38 - Dec 6 with 1068 viewsFredManRave

Emergency Loans on 23:06 - Dec 6 by Northernr

Favourite QPR moments of our time #356:

When 'Arry had two keepers injured and demanded an emergency loan only to be told by the league that he had a youth team keeper, Elivijs Putnins, who he'd forgotten about.


He probably thought he'd left the building.

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Emergency Loans on 23:51 - Dec 6 with 1051 viewsbob566

Emergency Loans on 23:06 - Dec 6 by Northernr

Favourite QPR moments of our time #356:

When 'Arry had two keepers injured and demanded an emergency loan only to be told by the league that he had a youth team keeper, Elivijs Putnins, who he'd forgotten about.


you sure that wasn't warnock. No Harry lover but think that was under Neil
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Emergency Loans on 00:44 - Dec 7 with 1010 viewsBazzaInTheLoft

Emergency Loans on 23:20 - Dec 6 by Boston

I can do ya a pony 'till Friday.


Fvcking hell what have you been eating?
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Emergency Loans on 00:57 - Dec 7 with 991 viewsBazzaInTheLoft

Emergency Loans on 23:06 - Dec 6 by Northernr

Favourite QPR moments of our time #356:

When 'Arry had two keepers injured and demanded an emergency loan only to be told by the league that he had a youth team keeper, Elivijs Putnins, who he'd forgotten about.


Didn’t we pick too many loans once in the match squad and Marcus Bent had to point it out and ended up dropped?
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Emergency Loans on 01:49 - Dec 7 with 965 viewsPlanetHonneywood

Emergency Loans on 00:57 - Dec 7 by BazzaInTheLoft

Didn’t we pick too many loans once in the match squad and Marcus Bent had to point it out and ended up dropped?


What, QPR?

Unlikely with our excellent operating procedures and understanding of laws, rules and regulations.

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Emergency Loans on 07:59 - Dec 7 with 870 viewsaston_hoop

It was Warnock in this instance

http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/warnock-furious-over-

Anyway, in much the same way we have plenty of youth team defenders I guess!
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Emergency Loans on 08:15 - Dec 7 with 851 viewsNorthernr

Emergency Loans on 00:57 - Dec 7 by BazzaInTheLoft

Didn’t we pick too many loans once in the match squad and Marcus Bent had to point it out and ended up dropped?


That was Warnock's first game - seven loans in the matchday squad
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Emergency Loans on 13:06 - Dec 7 with 682 viewsLazyFan

Emergency Loans on 08:15 - Dec 7 by Northernr

That was Warnock's first game - seven loans in the matchday squad


This was good as it proved that we should not rely on loans. This mess changed the clubs mentality long term.

Loans should only come in if we really need them. Such as if we have a defensive crisis and all of our defenders are injured and the back up ones are injured or suspended for after game offences.

If we had that situation, and as we have no money, then maybe in Jan we should get a couple of defender loans in to shore it up temporarily until our defensive crisis comes off the treatment table.

But knowing QPR we shall probably get another winger in, that we won't play, spunk £4m on an unproven striker and still have the crisis. Without off loading any of the shirt warmers we don't play and no one else wants, such as Drunken Master or Propeller Pimp.

Back to sleep now.
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Emergency Loans on 15:38 - Dec 7 with 620 viewsBakes

No emergency loan needed, the chief is back in the squad for Saturday.

With Faith And Courage Comes Glory

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Emergency Loans on 17:46 - Dec 7 with 548 viewsPinnerPaul

Emergency Loans on 15:38 - Dec 7 by Bakes

No emergency loan needed, the chief is back in the squad for Saturday.


Really?

He said on LoftCast he hoped to be back 'In a few weeks'??????
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Emergency Loans on 18:28 - Dec 7 with 528 viewsBakes

Even better news just put up on offish...


NEDUM Onuoha, Grant Hall and James Perch have all resumed full training as QPR’s defensive crisis shows signs of abating, with Onuoha in contention to feature against Leeds United on Saturday.
The R’s captain has been out for almost three months after tearing his hamstring from the bone during our fixture against Millwall at Loftus Road.

Perch dislocated his knee in the same match, while Hall hasn’t featured all season due to a long-standing tendonitis issue in his knee.

However, the trio have been training fully with the rest of the squad for the past fortnight and successfully came through a 60-minute training game at Harlington on Tuesday.

With Alex Baptiste suspended for Saturday’s game against Leeds following his red card at Preston last weekend, their return is a welcome boost for R’s boss Ian Holloway and his coaching staff.

“We had a training game between ourselves which gave Nedum and Hally the opportunity to get some match minutes,” Holloway told www.qpr.co.uk.

“They both came through the full hour with no reaction, and Perchy had the last ten minutes of it as well.

“It’s really good news for us. Nedum has made a miraculous recovery really – he’s superhuman.


“Hally is in the last chance saloon now to avoid needing surgery on his knee.

“It’s working at the moment and we hope that continues. Touch wood – and I’m touching the desk, not my head! – all seems good with him right now. He’s happy and feeling confident about it which is great.

“With Baps out this weekend it’s great to have these guys on the way back because it has been a difficult period for us.”

Holloway confirmed skipper Onuoha could be in line to return on Saturday, adding: “Nedum is definitely in consideration for Leeds.

“With Hally, we will have to see how he comes through training tomorrow but we need to be very careful with him.

“Perchy isn’t ready just yet.”

With Faith And Courage Comes Glory

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Emergency Loans on 18:31 - Dec 7 with 522 viewsPinnerPaul

Emergency Loans on 18:28 - Dec 7 by Bakes

Even better news just put up on offish...


NEDUM Onuoha, Grant Hall and James Perch have all resumed full training as QPR’s defensive crisis shows signs of abating, with Onuoha in contention to feature against Leeds United on Saturday.
The R’s captain has been out for almost three months after tearing his hamstring from the bone during our fixture against Millwall at Loftus Road.

Perch dislocated his knee in the same match, while Hall hasn’t featured all season due to a long-standing tendonitis issue in his knee.

However, the trio have been training fully with the rest of the squad for the past fortnight and successfully came through a 60-minute training game at Harlington on Tuesday.

With Alex Baptiste suspended for Saturday’s game against Leeds following his red card at Preston last weekend, their return is a welcome boost for R’s boss Ian Holloway and his coaching staff.

“We had a training game between ourselves which gave Nedum and Hally the opportunity to get some match minutes,” Holloway told www.qpr.co.uk.

“They both came through the full hour with no reaction, and Perchy had the last ten minutes of it as well.

“It’s really good news for us. Nedum has made a miraculous recovery really – he’s superhuman.


“Hally is in the last chance saloon now to avoid needing surgery on his knee.

“It’s working at the moment and we hope that continues. Touch wood – and I’m touching the desk, not my head! – all seems good with him right now. He’s happy and feeling confident about it which is great.

“With Baps out this weekend it’s great to have these guys on the way back because it has been a difficult period for us.”

Holloway confirmed skipper Onuoha could be in line to return on Saturday, adding: “Nedum is definitely in consideration for Leeds.

“With Hally, we will have to see how he comes through training tomorrow but we need to be very careful with him.

“Perchy isn’t ready just yet.”


Just seen that myself - good news indeed.

Obviously the risk with Ned is that he comes back too early - lets hope not!
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Emergency Loans on 21:32 - Dec 7 with 441 viewsBrightonhoop

Emergency Loans on 18:28 - Dec 7 by Bakes

Even better news just put up on offish...


NEDUM Onuoha, Grant Hall and James Perch have all resumed full training as QPR’s defensive crisis shows signs of abating, with Onuoha in contention to feature against Leeds United on Saturday.
The R’s captain has been out for almost three months after tearing his hamstring from the bone during our fixture against Millwall at Loftus Road.

Perch dislocated his knee in the same match, while Hall hasn’t featured all season due to a long-standing tendonitis issue in his knee.

However, the trio have been training fully with the rest of the squad for the past fortnight and successfully came through a 60-minute training game at Harlington on Tuesday.

With Alex Baptiste suspended for Saturday’s game against Leeds following his red card at Preston last weekend, their return is a welcome boost for R’s boss Ian Holloway and his coaching staff.

“We had a training game between ourselves which gave Nedum and Hally the opportunity to get some match minutes,” Holloway told www.qpr.co.uk.

“They both came through the full hour with no reaction, and Perchy had the last ten minutes of it as well.

“It’s really good news for us. Nedum has made a miraculous recovery really – he’s superhuman.


“Hally is in the last chance saloon now to avoid needing surgery on his knee.

“It’s working at the moment and we hope that continues. Touch wood – and I’m touching the desk, not my head! – all seems good with him right now. He’s happy and feeling confident about it which is great.

“With Baps out this weekend it’s great to have these guys on the way back because it has been a difficult period for us.”

Holloway confirmed skipper Onuoha could be in line to return on Saturday, adding: “Nedum is definitely in consideration for Leeds.

“With Hally, we will have to see how he comes through training tomorrow but we need to be very careful with him.

“Perchy isn’t ready just yet.”


Good news indeed.
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Emergency Loans on 21:58 - Dec 7 with 415 viewsdistortR

Emergency Loans on 18:28 - Dec 7 by Bakes

Even better news just put up on offish...


NEDUM Onuoha, Grant Hall and James Perch have all resumed full training as QPR’s defensive crisis shows signs of abating, with Onuoha in contention to feature against Leeds United on Saturday.
The R’s captain has been out for almost three months after tearing his hamstring from the bone during our fixture against Millwall at Loftus Road.

Perch dislocated his knee in the same match, while Hall hasn’t featured all season due to a long-standing tendonitis issue in his knee.

However, the trio have been training fully with the rest of the squad for the past fortnight and successfully came through a 60-minute training game at Harlington on Tuesday.

With Alex Baptiste suspended for Saturday’s game against Leeds following his red card at Preston last weekend, their return is a welcome boost for R’s boss Ian Holloway and his coaching staff.

“We had a training game between ourselves which gave Nedum and Hally the opportunity to get some match minutes,” Holloway told www.qpr.co.uk.

“They both came through the full hour with no reaction, and Perchy had the last ten minutes of it as well.

“It’s really good news for us. Nedum has made a miraculous recovery really – he’s superhuman.


“Hally is in the last chance saloon now to avoid needing surgery on his knee.

“It’s working at the moment and we hope that continues. Touch wood – and I’m touching the desk, not my head! – all seems good with him right now. He’s happy and feeling confident about it which is great.

“With Baps out this weekend it’s great to have these guys on the way back because it has been a difficult period for us.”

Holloway confirmed skipper Onuoha could be in line to return on Saturday, adding: “Nedum is definitely in consideration for Leeds.

“With Hally, we will have to see how he comes through training tomorrow but we need to be very careful with him.

“Perchy isn’t ready just yet.”


Perchy, Hally and Baps.

Give me strength.............
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Emergency Loans on 23:11 - Dec 7 with 374 viewsFredManRave

Emergency Loans on 21:58 - Dec 7 by distortR

Perchy, Hally and Baps.

Give me strength.............


Good job you don't play for us. He'd call you Distorty.

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Emergency Loans on 00:25 - Dec 8 with 336 viewsMatch82

Emergency Loans on 18:28 - Dec 7 by Bakes

Even better news just put up on offish...


NEDUM Onuoha, Grant Hall and James Perch have all resumed full training as QPR’s defensive crisis shows signs of abating, with Onuoha in contention to feature against Leeds United on Saturday.
The R’s captain has been out for almost three months after tearing his hamstring from the bone during our fixture against Millwall at Loftus Road.

Perch dislocated his knee in the same match, while Hall hasn’t featured all season due to a long-standing tendonitis issue in his knee.

However, the trio have been training fully with the rest of the squad for the past fortnight and successfully came through a 60-minute training game at Harlington on Tuesday.

With Alex Baptiste suspended for Saturday’s game against Leeds following his red card at Preston last weekend, their return is a welcome boost for R’s boss Ian Holloway and his coaching staff.

“We had a training game between ourselves which gave Nedum and Hally the opportunity to get some match minutes,” Holloway told www.qpr.co.uk.

“They both came through the full hour with no reaction, and Perchy had the last ten minutes of it as well.

“It’s really good news for us. Nedum has made a miraculous recovery really – he’s superhuman.


“Hally is in the last chance saloon now to avoid needing surgery on his knee.

“It’s working at the moment and we hope that continues. Touch wood – and I’m touching the desk, not my head! – all seems good with him right now. He’s happy and feeling confident about it which is great.

“With Baps out this weekend it’s great to have these guys on the way back because it has been a difficult period for us.”

Holloway confirmed skipper Onuoha could be in line to return on Saturday, adding: “Nedum is definitely in consideration for Leeds.

“With Hally, we will have to see how he comes through training tomorrow but we need to be very careful with him.

“Perchy isn’t ready just yet.”


"Baps out this weekend"? Blimey, might be chilly
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Emergency Loans on 10:08 - Dec 8 with 254 viewsdanehoop

How long before someone complains about the obvious problem being that we have too many defenders rather than a 20 goal a season striker? Its all Fernandes/Ferdinand/Hoos/Holloway's fault (delete as appropriate).

Never knowingly understood

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Emergency Loans on 12:58 - Dec 8 with 175 viewsLunarJetman

Emergency Loans on 23:11 - Dec 7 by FredManRave

Good job you don't play for us. He'd call you Distorty.


"Baps out for the weekend" When and where?
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