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What is it about... 08:43 - Aug 18 with 2333 viewsMyke

...ex players scoring against us? Wells has about 5 goals in a million appearances for Bristol City, but two of them were against us. Even Eze got in on the act during the summer. We will need to score at least twice on Saturday as Washington is nailed on to get one.
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What is it about... on 08:44 - Aug 18 with 2319 viewsNorthernr

We've always been swines for that. Paul Murray scored against us for Oldham and Nigel Quashie for Forest and they weren't exactly goal machines otherwise. Simon Barker scored twice in 30 games for Port Vale, once against us.
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What is it about... on 08:47 - Aug 18 with 2299 viewstoboboly

What is it about... on 08:44 - Aug 18 by Northernr

We've always been swines for that. Paul Murray scored against us for Oldham and Nigel Quashie for Forest and they weren't exactly goal machines otherwise. Simon Barker scored twice in 30 games for Port Vale, once against us.


I imagine you saw Washington's net buster the other week? Can't wait to see him return looking like the reincarnation on Christian Vieri and Fat Ronaldo.

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What is it about... on 09:10 - Aug 18 with 2247 viewsWokingR

Is there any truth in the rumour that trading standards contacted him and asked him to stop using the term 'Striker' ?
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What is it about... on 09:33 - Aug 18 with 2216 viewsted_hendrix

Nothing like tempting fate.

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What is it about... on 10:05 - Aug 18 with 2131 viewsRs_Holy

What is it about... on 08:47 - Aug 18 by toboboly

I imagine you saw Washington's net buster the other week? Can't wait to see him return looking like the reincarnation on Christian Vieri and Fat Ronaldo.


yep Washington goal in front of the Loft on Saturday.... Dont forget Ian Flamin' Barraclough.
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What is it about... on 10:10 - Aug 18 with 2116 viewsterryb

What is it about... on 08:44 - Aug 18 by Northernr

We've always been swines for that. Paul Murray scored against us for Oldham and Nigel Quashie for Forest and they weren't exactly goal machines otherwise. Simon Barker scored twice in 30 games for Port Vale, once against us.


Yes, but Paul Murray did score the winner/equaliser at Ashton Gate to keep us above City & gain us promotion.

I think fans of other clubs also believe that their ex players always score against them!
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What is it about... on 10:13 - Aug 18 with 2107 viewsNorthernr

What is it about... on 10:10 - Aug 18 by terryb

Yes, but Paul Murray did score the winner/equaliser at Ashton Gate to keep us above City & gain us promotion.

I think fans of other clubs also believe that their ex players always score against them!


Oh yes he did I'd forgotten that!

Crouchy did us a turn for Stoke v Bolton on the Aguero day as well.

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What is it about... on 10:40 - Aug 18 with 2053 viewsCamberleyR

What is it about... on 10:10 - Aug 18 by terryb

Yes, but Paul Murray did score the winner/equaliser at Ashton Gate to keep us above City & gain us promotion.

I think fans of other clubs also believe that their ex players always score against them!


Are you not getting your wires crossed Terry? Paul Murray left us after relegation in 2001. If you were referring to the 2003/04 season then Scott Murray scored in the game at Ashton Gate but he was playing for Bristol City and it was the winner for them.

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What is it about... on 11:07 - Aug 18 with 2007 viewsenfieldargh

What is it about... on 08:47 - Aug 18 by toboboly

I imagine you saw Washington's net buster the other week? Can't wait to see him return looking like the reincarnation on Christian Vieri and Fat Ronaldo.


Yes plus Grant Hall thundering a header at a RUFC corner

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What is it about... on 11:23 - Aug 18 with 1974 viewsboysfromthebush

What is it about... on 10:40 - Aug 18 by CamberleyR

Are you not getting your wires crossed Terry? Paul Murray left us after relegation in 2001. If you were referring to the 2003/04 season then Scott Murray scored in the game at Ashton Gate but he was playing for Bristol City and it was the winner for them.


Think he was referring to Paul Murray scoring for Oldham, at Bristol City, in the 03/04 season
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What is it about... on 11:37 - Aug 18 with 1948 viewsMyke

What is it about... on 10:10 - Aug 18 by terryb

Yes, but Paul Murray did score the winner/equaliser at Ashton Gate to keep us above City & gain us promotion.

I think fans of other clubs also believe that their ex players always score against them!


And Washington scored the winner against Forest that basically kept us up - I always cut him a little slack because of that. Opening day following season, he scored a brace to beat Reading and I thought he'd finally cracked it. Sadly it was not to be.
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What is it about... on 11:44 - Aug 18 with 1922 viewsSydneyRs

What is it about... on 10:13 - Aug 18 by Northernr

Oh yes he did I'd forgotten that!

Crouchy did us a turn for Stoke v Bolton on the Aguero day as well.

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Not forgetting his miss after Cisse scored near the end v Stoke to make it all possible. Great bloke!
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What is it about... on 12:02 - Aug 18 with 1900 viewsTomS

I recall SWP's goal at Stamford Bridge, when we won 1-0.

It was his only league goal for us. I have never seen anyone looking as dejected after scoring (other than own goals of course....).
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What is it about... on 12:40 - Aug 18 with 1864 viewsloftus77

Think Paul Goddard scored a hat-trick against us for West Ham. Brutal.
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What is it about... on 12:44 - Aug 18 with 1859 viewskensalriser

We need Gordon Macey here with the stats on goals scored against us by former Rs versus goals scored by Rs against their former clubs. My guess, no statistically significant difference.

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What is it about... on 13:21 - Aug 18 with 1790 viewsPlanetHonneywood

Clive Allen up at the Lane giving us a v-sign after bagging a brace.

All obvious and tee'd up by Stainrod in the morning papers telling all and sundry that Bannister was a better player than Allen.

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What is it about... on 13:32 - Aug 18 with 1780 viewswombat

What is it about... on 10:13 - Aug 18 by Northernr

Oh yes he did I'd forgotten that!

Crouchy did us a turn for Stoke v Bolton on the Aguero day as well.

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also rememnber crouchy missing a sitter at the school end that season as well slightly past the post when he would have buried it any other day

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What is it about... on 15:01 - Aug 18 with 1739 viewsterryb

What is it about... on 10:40 - Aug 18 by CamberleyR

Are you not getting your wires crossed Terry? Paul Murray left us after relegation in 2001. If you were referring to the 2003/04 season then Scott Murray scored in the game at Ashton Gate but he was playing for Bristol City and it was the winner for them.


Oldham won 2-0 at Ashton Gate on 20/3/04 Camberley with Paul Murray scoring. It was a 1-1 draw that season at the sun drenched Boundary Park!
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What is it about... on 17:49 - Aug 18 with 1630 viewsstainrods_elbow

What is it about... on 13:21 - Aug 18 by PlanetHonneywood

Clive Allen up at the Lane giving us a v-sign after bagging a brace.

All obvious and tee'd up by Stainrod in the morning papers telling all and sundry that Bannister was a better player than Allen.


I did no such thing!

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What is it about... on 19:48 - Aug 18 with 1582 viewsloftboy

Gallen for Huddersfield

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What is it about... on 19:49 - Aug 18 with 1580 viewsloftboy

Gorks getting a round of applause after scoring against us for the fakes.

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What is it about... on 00:50 - Aug 19 with 1463 viewseastside_r

I’d be surprised if we were outliers on this. We like to think that our experience as QPR supporters is unique. But really our football experience is no different than the majority of fans of most clubs other than a few massive (and horrible) clubs.
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