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Joe Waters 18:53 - Oct 18 with 1910 viewsqprxtc

Is a git.

And a c unt.

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Joe Waters on 19:35 - Oct 18 with 1818 viewsHantsR

Hmm I was at that game, it was at LR but can't remember why we were playing in red? Maybe because both teams had to be in neutral colours?

Glimpse of Frank Worthington on that clip

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Joe Waters on 22:51 - Oct 18 with 1687 viewsrrrspricey

Thanks xtc for bringing back one of my worst childhood memories alongside losing to Villa at Highbury and the scallies beating Wolves
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Joe Waters on 00:32 - Oct 19 with 1595 viewsDannyPaddox

Day 15 of actively supporting QPR. So far so good. A six goal thriller at St*mf*rd Br*dg* and two home wins including a 3-1 demolishing of Spurs. D W W. This supporting QPR lark is pretty straightforward and bags of fun. Almost too easy really. Leicester will be straightforward, just hope we manage to avoid Liverpool in the semi-final.

Well we certainly managed that. This was more than an FA Cup Quarter Final home defeat. It was an omen. An early sup from the Milk Cup of human despair. In a way I’m thankful to Joe Waters for revealing the true nature of QPR to me so soon - the utter bastard.

Edit: And thank you too xtc for bringing this up for no apparent reason. You’re a card.
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Joe Waters on 01:12 - Oct 19 with 1556 viewsBoston

Considering the nuisance we made of ourselves when we visited our East Midlands adversaries, we were slightly surprised to see the numbers they brought down that day. Then, having witnessed ‘the finest football team the world has ever seen’, for the previous four or five months, succumb to these provincials (and Leicester), the name Joe Waters left an impression that has scarred the rest of my adult life. So shocked were we that we went home in an orderly manner.
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Joe Waters on 01:47 - Oct 19 with 1528 viewsBoston

...one year, after a couple of seasons of frivolity in said fair city, we were finally confronted by large gentlemen who counseled against our entry into local watering holes. Taking their advice seriously, we enquired as to where we could partake of the ‘waters’? While I have forgotten the name of the establishment, I’ve never forgotten the words of the 400Lb man at the door who pointed us in the direction of another pub, assured of entry as they served the Irish in there! My Greek driver and co-pilot thought this was hilarious😀

Poll: Thank God The Seaons Over.

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Joe Waters on 02:27 - Oct 19 with 1513 viewscharmr

A real big game back in those days. A real major talking point at school was the FA cup back then. A a really disappointing day and sad feelings lingered in a teenager who thought we were going to walk it. Didn’t we hit the post in the first half. My recollection was that we never really got going and didn’t play well at all.

Who knocked them out eventually?
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Joe Waters on 08:52 - Oct 19 with 1371 viewsCamberleyR

Joe Waters on 02:27 - Oct 19 by charmr

A real big game back in those days. A real major talking point at school was the FA cup back then. A a really disappointing day and sad feelings lingered in a teenager who thought we were going to walk it. Didn’t we hit the post in the first half. My recollection was that we never really got going and didn’t play well at all.

Who knocked them out eventually?


Liverpool after a replay.
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Joe Waters on 11:11 - Oct 19 with 1256 viewsfrancisbowles

What's with the negativity, of the original post, on the day of a match in a season where we are all much happier and more positive?
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Joe Waters on 11:51 - Oct 19 with 1208 viewsqprxtc

Drunk and nostalgically reminiscing.

On a happy note, Joe Waters got sent to Grimsby after this. Serves him right.
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Joe Waters on 14:06 - Oct 19 with 1116 viewsBoston

Joe Waters on 11:51 - Oct 19 by qprxtc

Drunk and nostalgically reminiscing.

On a happy note, Joe Waters got sent to Grimsby after this. Serves him right.


Ok bloke though. Crossed paths twice, Irish fella, last time I saw,/ spoke to him he was managing a pro indoor football / soccer team. Lives in Washington State up in the north west corner of the US.

Poll: Thank God The Seaons Over.

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Joe Waters on 22:53 - Oct 20 with 862 viewsBoston

Went and read Waters bio, interesting enough, but the part that caught my eye was the first ever club he played for, Wembley Rovers. Never heard of ‘em, located in Limerick, area that looks like it’s pronounced Rat Turd.

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Joe Waters on 23:12 - Oct 20 with 833 viewssmegma

I remember that game for one main reason. I couldn't get in as it was ALL TICKET which was a new one on me!! I used to read the programme voraciously back then. Except the ticketing news page obviously. It's the only Rangers game I've never got into. I was so excited having seen us win 3 cup rounds on the trot, kids , believe me, it used to happen. Then a steward told me I wasn't getting in. And when I saw the result on Grandstand I cried for the second time that day.

Joe Waters. You barsteward.
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Joe Waters on 09:16 - Oct 21 with 667 viewsBostonR

I was there - great atmosphere. The FA Cup was the real-deal back then. As someone else mentioned we never got going that day. The 75/76 team was coming together and I thought we could have gone to the final had we won. Anyone remember the amazing previous FA Cup game in round 4 vs Coventry which was a replay? Now that was some atmosphere.
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Joe Waters on 09:49 - Oct 21 with 617 viewsDWQPR

Joe Waters on 09:16 - Oct 21 by BostonR

I was there - great atmosphere. The FA Cup was the real-deal back then. As someone else mentioned we never got going that day. The 75/76 team was coming together and I thought we could have gone to the final had we won. Anyone remember the amazing previous FA Cup game in round 4 vs Coventry which was a replay? Now that was some atmosphere.


Was that a 3-2 win with a last minute Bowlesy free kick?
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Joe Waters on 09:55 - Oct 21 with 602 viewsDannyPaddox

Joe Waters on 09:49 - Oct 21 by DWQPR

Was that a 3-2 win with a last minute Bowlesy free kick?




Oh yes. Grooooovy baby!
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Joe Waters on 09:57 - Oct 21 with 593 viewssmegma

Joe Waters on 09:49 - Oct 21 by DWQPR

Was that a 3-2 win with a last minute Bowlesy free kick?


The four home cup games had crowds of 28,573 v the SW6 pikeys (I bunked off school), 23,367 v Birmingham, 28,010 v Coventry and 34,078 v Leicester. I wish it had been 34, 079 though.

Over 100k for four games!!
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Joe Waters on 10:03 - Oct 21 with 582 viewsBostonR

Joe Waters on 09:57 - Oct 21 by smegma

The four home cup games had crowds of 28,573 v the SW6 pikeys (I bunked off school), 23,367 v Birmingham, 28,010 v Coventry and 34,078 v Leicester. I wish it had been 34, 079 though.

Over 100k for four games!!


I was at the three home games. Forgot the attendance for the Coventry game was so high. It was an evening match.
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Joe Waters on 16:34 - Oct 21 with 390 viewshantssi

I seem to remember Stan licking his finger and holding it up to see which way the wind was blowing before taking that free kick!
All ticket games, having to send a letter with cheque (postal order) with a SAE!
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Joe Waters on 17:16 - Oct 21 with 317 viewscharmr

Coventry game Up there with the one of the noisiest and pandemonium games at LR, night game as well. Stoke 3-2 home game with Webb scoring the winner around the same period and Oldham game also up there. Newcastle away when Keegan scored wins the away vote. I used to work at Heathrow and would watch Concorde take off all the time standing outside. That was loud. Newcastle was close.
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Joe Waters on 17:28 - Oct 21 with 306 viewshantssi

Leeds ‘76 last game of the season for me followed by Oldham play-off semi.
Chelsea at home were always “interesting”!
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