If any of you are or Scots Rs fans, I'm in a play called 'Irons', which I believe is the only Football related play on the fringe.
Yes its about West Ham, but all football fans will enjoy it and we've been 4 star rated and shortlisted for an award - it's a comedy and is very funny even if I say so myself. Check us out on t'internet.
Just sat here watching the DVD my youngest bought me for Christmas showing the highlights of last season.
The play off semi final and final were clearly the highlight and no matter how many times I watch it, it brings a lump to my throat - my best day ever supporting Rangers in 45 years. By a country mile.
However, watching the footage of 'Tony's Special Day' when terminally ill cancer patient Tony Mills was visited in Eastbourne by Joey Barton and then treated to his special day at the club just finished me off - sitting here with tears running down my face.
You can keep your Man Utd's, Man City's and Chelsea's - and yes I expect they may have done something similar in the past - but QPR is a special club and touches like that make me proud to support them.
...apologies for starting a new thread on this, but I thought that you'd better be informed that the Referee in charge of last night's Colchester vs Peterborough match was your favourite official...Mr T Kettle.
So he is alive and well and maybe at a stadium near you soon!
Just to take our minds off this evening's tonking...there's been lots of talk on here of late in respect of some Liverpool fans openly wearing replica shirts and celebrating in home only areas on Sunday, presumably they got their tickets from Viagogo or one of the plethora of touts that now line South Africa Rd before games.
Now I know little of how Viagogo works other than it appears that Rangers fans can sell their tickets to the site and then they can be purchased by other QPR fans. If this is the case then it is clearly not working and the purchasers of these tickets can readily be indentified and ejected from the ground if that's what the club wants to do.
However, this needs to be clamped down on as it is only going to get worse as more Rangers fans get fed up with losing every week and want to sell their tickets to whoever wants to buy them. And those who want to buy them include Spurs, Man Utd and Arsenal fans to name a few, in the coming weeks and months. This will no doubt result in one or more of said fans getting a clump and it all kicking off.
So what is the deal with viagogo and what is the clubs stance on this?
I think we need to make our feelings known to the club before it gets out of hand. Thoughts?