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Back-to-back hammerings? 20:58 - Jan 5 with 2058 viewsloftus77

Unless I'm forgetting something obvious, I can't think of a time we dished out 2 tonkings in a row like this?

Off the top of my head, I recall us following a 4-0 at home to Rotherham with a 5-1 hammering of Charlton at LR in the promotion season 1982-83.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:02 - Jan 5 with 2030 viewsDWQPR

The ‘Magilton Month’ when we were considering changing our name to Queens Park Rangers Four?
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:07 - Jan 5 with 2010 viewsloftus77

Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:02 - Jan 5 by DWQPR

The ‘Magilton Month’ when we were considering changing our name to Queens Park Rangers Four?


Ah yes - good shout. Lets hope for '3 in a row' this time round....
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:11 - Jan 5 with 1972 viewssmegma

As per the excellent QPRretro face book page, in May 82 we beat Bolton 7-1 at home followed by Newcastle 4-0 away. There's no record of fans complaining about conceding a goal. In fact I'll swear no one did as back then fans only thought positively.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:13 - Jan 5 with 1956 viewsDWQPR

Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:11 - Jan 5 by smegma

As per the excellent QPRretro face book page, in May 82 we beat Bolton 7-1 at home followed by Newcastle 4-0 away. There's no record of fans complaining about conceding a goal. In fact I'll swear no one did as back then fans only thought positively.


That’s because there was no inter web and the team were on the verge of being the second best team in our history.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:33 - Jan 5 with 1871 viewssmegma

Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:13 - Jan 5 by DWQPR

That’s because there was no inter web and the team were on the verge of being the second best team in our history.


If we won the Champions League we'd have lemons on here complaining
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:43 - Jan 5 with 1810 viewsTonto

QPR 11 - Wales 2

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Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:46 - Jan 5 with 1788 viewsGloryHunter

My first season, 1967-68. We beat Rotherham 6-0 and then Plymouth 4-0 (I think - might have been 4-1) in consecutive home games. That's why I've been coming ever since.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:03 - Jan 5 with 1713 viewsPeterHucker

That 4-0 v Rotherham was my first ever match at Loftus Road.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:24 - Jan 5 with 1622 viewsCamberleyR

It's the first time since 1962 we've scored 5+ goals in consecutive games in all competitions.

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Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:42 - Jan 5 with 1560 viewsGloryHunter

Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:03 - Jan 5 by PeterHucker

That 4-0 v Rotherham was my first ever match at Loftus Road.


Apologies, it was 4-1 against Plymouth on 30th December 1967 and then 6-0 against Rotherham on 6th January 1968 (thank you Mr Google). Next game was 2-0 home against Preston (might have been some bad weather postponements in between). Heady days.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:44 - Jan 5 with 1550 viewskensalriser

Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:24 - Jan 5 by CamberleyR

It's the first time since 1962 we've scored 5+ goals in consecutive games in all competitions.



Slightly tangentially, there was a documentary on the Fast Show on the other night (an old one going on how relatively youthful they all looked) in which Paul Whitehouse named Alec Stock as the inspiration for Ron Manager.

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Back-to-back hammerings? on 04:17 - Jan 6 with 1350 viewsstowmarketrange

Didn’t we score consecutive hat tricks against forest and Everton one Easter in the early 90’s?
And those eastern Sw6 scum conceded 10 goals to nil over Easter in 1986.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 04:51 - Jan 6 with 1327 viewsflynnbo

Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:42 - Jan 5 by GloryHunter

Apologies, it was 4-1 against Plymouth on 30th December 1967 and then 6-0 against Rotherham on 6th January 1968 (thank you Mr Google). Next game was 2-0 home against Preston (might have been some bad weather postponements in between). Heady days.


The Rotherham 6-0 was my first ever game; got the programme off eBay a couple of years ago.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 07:59 - Jan 6 with 1200 views1MoreBrightonR

Back-to-back hammerings? on 04:17 - Jan 6 by stowmarketrange

Didn’t we score consecutive hat tricks against forest and Everton one Easter in the early 90’s?
And those eastern Sw6 scum conceded 10 goals to nil over Easter in 1986.


Was thinking the same..... Sir les had a run of hat tricks but think we 'only' got 4 in one of those games, not 5.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 08:47 - Jan 6 with 1116 viewsClive_Anderson

I think we stuffed Man City 4-0 on the Saturday and then top of the league Leeds 4-1 on the Wednesday in 1992.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 08:49 - Jan 6 with 1114 viewsCroydonCaptJack

Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:44 - Jan 5 by kensalriser

Slightly tangentially, there was a documentary on the Fast Show on the other night (an old one going on how relatively youthful they all looked) in which Paul Whitehouse named Alec Stock as the inspiration for Ron Manager.


I saw that. So funny.
The real life Rowley Birkin was hilarious.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 08:57 - Jan 6 with 1080 viewsstowmarketrange

Back-to-back hammerings? on 07:59 - Jan 6 by 1MoreBrightonR

Was thinking the same..... Sir les had a run of hat tricks but think we 'only' got 4 in one of those games, not 5.


5-3 v forest and 4-3 away at Everton.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 09:10 - Jan 6 with 1054 viewsShotKneesHoop

I remember consecutive home games in 1965 /66 season where I saw for 3 bob entry to Loftus Road

7 - 2 vs York City

Followed by :-

6 -2 against Swansea

Later on that year, I am sure that a 6-1 drubbing of Millwall also featured.

"Those were the days, my friend, we thought they'd never end".... They've just come back!!!!
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Why does it feel like R'SWiPe is still on the books? Yer Couldn't Make It Up.Well Done Me!

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Back-to-back hammerings? on 09:24 - Jan 6 with 1016 viewsCamberleyR

Back-to-back hammerings? on 08:57 - Jan 6 by stowmarketrange

5-3 v forest and 4-3 away at Everton.


The other way round. 4-3 at home to Forest on Easter Saturday, 5-3 away to Everton on Easter Monday. Impey and Bardsley got the other two at Goodison, Willo got a pen in the Forest game.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 09:29 - Jan 6 with 1000 viewsenfieldargh

Back-to-back hammerings? on 09:24 - Jan 6 by CamberleyR

The other way round. 4-3 at home to Forest on Easter Saturday, 5-3 away to Everton on Easter Monday. Impey and Bardsley got the other two at Goodison, Willo got a pen in the Forest game.


rubbish, no clean sheets!!!

That Plymouth game was my first game too

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Back-to-back hammerings? on 09:43 - Jan 6 with 962 viewsHantsR

Back-to-back hammerings? on 22:42 - Jan 5 by GloryHunter

Apologies, it was 4-1 against Plymouth on 30th December 1967 and then 6-0 against Rotherham on 6th January 1968 (thank you Mr Google). Next game was 2-0 home against Preston (might have been some bad weather postponements in between). Heady days.


I took my Dad to that game v Plymouth, it was his first visit and it was a mixed experience for him as his Dad had been a Director of Plymouth Argyle
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 11:22 - Jan 6 with 868 viewsJuzzie

Back-to-back hammerings? on 21:11 - Jan 5 by smegma

As per the excellent QPRretro face book page, in May 82 we beat Bolton 7-1 at home followed by Newcastle 4-0 away. There's no record of fans complaining about conceding a goal. In fact I'll swear no one did as back then fans only thought positively.


I'm amazed no one complained about us conceding a goal yesterday. I know Lumley needs to improve but part of me thinks it's just become a witch hunt.

If Lumley could/should have saved the shots people say he should have saved then why aren't they saying Kelly "could have been better positioned" "should have anticipated" etc etc. You know, all the usual clap-trap from people who have never played Championship football themselves or weren't even at the game.
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Back-to-back hammerings? on 13:45 - Jan 6 with 738 viewsMatch82

Back-to-back hammerings? on 11:22 - Jan 6 by Juzzie

I'm amazed no one complained about us conceding a goal yesterday. I know Lumley needs to improve but part of me thinks it's just become a witch hunt.

If Lumley could/should have saved the shots people say he should have saved then why aren't they saying Kelly "could have been better positioned" "should have anticipated" etc etc. You know, all the usual clap-trap from people who have never played Championship football themselves or weren't even at the game.


Less to do with Kelly and more to do with situation I guess. Bit different conceding a goal in the 91st minute to deny a clean sheet in a season when the lack of them is a known concern.

That and Lumley got a hand to it which gives the impression it was preventable (which it was IMO)
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