We rain supreme – Podcast
Wednesday, 14th Nov 2018 09:04 by LFW
QPR midfielder Geoff Cameron is the special, and rather erudite, guest on this week’s Open All R’s Podcast.
Cameron has lost only one of his ten appearances for Rangers so far and was a key figure in the weekend win against Brentford. He reflects on that game, his time at QPR so far, the tactical set up of the team and what the future holds at the end of his loan spell.
Paul Finney hosts with Chris Charles and some gobby git from LoftforWords in the studio where they are joined by lifelong R’s fan Warren Ringham who played The Last Post before the match on Saturday.
You can download or listen to the podcast here or use the embed below.
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