Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
at 10:49 23 Jul 2020

Nice touch. Has an honesty and sincerity about it that is indicative of how he seems to be as a person and a player.
19/20 was his most successful season.

Interestingly, he doesn’t say ‘goodbye’
WC Play-off draw
at 13:09 17 Oct 2017

Denmark v Rep of Ireland
N Ireland v Switzerland
Croatia v Greece
Sweden v Italy
[Post edited 17 Oct 2017 13:10]
The Last 16 of the Damned
at 15:37 29 Apr 2016

Inspired by Mr Mc’s thread, the usual polar views that emerge on emotive topics, and the latest meltdown over the former mayor’s media outing yesterday, I give you the Last 16 of the Damned.
The lesser of two evils in each head to head going through knockout style to face their next opponent in the draw. There can only be one ‘winner’. Who’s yours?

Ken Livingstone v Benjamin Netanyahu
Colonel Gadhafi v Sadam Hussain
Putin v Assad
Stalin v Hitler
Blair v Kelvin MacKenzie
Murdoch v Maxwell
Harris v Saville
South Yorkshire Police v The Ripper
In the Chair
at 15:17 5 May 2015

Congratulations, you’ve been promoted to the job as Chairman of the club and it’s your first day.

With a recognition that it all can’t be done in one go, and that resources are very likely to be less abundant than they have been in the recent past, what in your opinion would be the order of priority of the following that the club should be focusing resources on?

• A new stadium
• A squad to get promoted to, and stay competitive in, the PL
• An effective scouting network
• A new/updated training facility
• A new first team manager
• The youth and academy set up
• A new CEO
• Fans involvement in governance of the club
Would you take this for us?
at 13:32 30 Mar 2015

This club has just announced a record annual profit of £18.7m for 2013-14, the fourth consecutive financial year they have made money.
The club's debt remains at £129m, which they say is an interest-free loan from the owner.
Their league record for the past 7 years has been:
Season League FA Cup League Cup
2007-08 12th (Premier League) Fourth round Third round
2008-09 18th - relegated (Premier League) Third round Third round
2009-10 1st - promoted (Championship) Fourth round Third round
2010-11 12th (Premier League) Third round Fourth round
2011-12 5th (Premier League) Fourth round Fourth round
2012-13 16th (Premier League) Third round Third round
2013-14 10th (Premier League) Third round Fourth round

Would you take this for us?

I think most people would say they’d settle for this for QPR. But if you wouldn't, why not?

Things that get right up your nose?
at 14:59 13 Oct 2014

or Mrs Konk's....

at 14:03 8 Aug 2014

in response to this heinous crime:


the police want to speak to this suspect:

One law for the rich
at 12:41 5 Aug 2014

If we didn't realise already that this was the case:


Stumpy stumps up to get off, likely not for the first time
Go to Choto?
at 15:38 31 Jul 2013


ZIMBABWE international defender Dickson Choto has landed at English Championship side Queens Park Rangers and is being assessed by manager Harry Redknapp hoping to secure a contract with the ambitious London club. The 32-year-old defender, who has spent the last 10 years playing for Polish glamour club Legia Warsaw, flew into the British capital last Thursday and was quickly ushered into the QPR family.

Choto was at Bidvest Wits in the South African Premiership, with the hope of coming closer to home as he moves into the twilight of a very successful club career, but when an opportunity presented itself for a dance with the second-tier of English league football, he could not resist it.

Redknapp wants to create a team that features players who are committed to its cause after sharply criticising the egos of the heavily-paid stars, who didn't care about performance, he found when he arrived at the club during their time in the Premiership last season.

Choto's handlers, led by local Fifa-registered agent Kenny Mapeza, believe their experienced man fits that bill and could be a huge asset for Redknapp and his coaching staff if they can seal a deal for the big Zimbabwean defender.

The management team in charge of Choto believe he could provide Redknapp with the kind of defensive strength that he saw in Christopher Samba, the giant defender from Congo-Brazzaville, who was a big-name signing for the English manager from Russia during the January transfer window.

Samba, who also played for Blackburn Rovers in the English Premiership, was sold back to Russian club, Anzhi Makhachkala for £12 million, when QPR nose-dived back into the Championship at the end of the top-flight football season in May.

Choto, at 1.92cm, provides the same aerial strength like Samba, who stands at 1.94cm, and the Zimbabwean is a bit heavier, though, at 95kgs compared to the Congolese who is the more athletic of the duo at 83kgs.

The Zimbabwean defender is three years older than Samba.

Choto has been training with QPR since the weekend and his handlers believe that the coup was getting him to be accepted, for such an assessment, and they are bullish over their player's chances of landing a contract.
Jim Kelly R.I.P
at 12:38 1 Jul 2013

Those on here of a certain vintage will probably remember him as Williams in Enter the Dragon

Killer ball
at 14:52 15 May 2013

There's something tragically comical about this story. Poor bloke.

'his football was found nearby'...

I don't think we can expect anything like this on Sunday..
at 13:54 5 Apr 2013

but we could do with some of the Oldham or Hillsborough spirit

( this was after the home team had just lost 1-0 too!)
It's a curse?
at 15:46 11 Jan 2013

AVB named manager of the month.

Hopefully that'll give us the advantage we need to get a result
A case of transferwindowitis?
at 12:53 14 Dec 2012

Please log in to use all the site's facilities


Site Scores

Forum Votes: 319
Comment Votes: 1
Prediction League: 0
TOTAL: 320
About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Cookies Advertising
© FansNetwork 2020