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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport 12:05 - Mar 22 with 5712 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Good to see Rangers content like this again from WLS.
https://www.westlondonsport.com/qpr/qpr-look-at-players-from-fulham-west-ham-and

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 12:46 - Mar 22 with 5548 viewsCateLeBonR

I feel like I’m on trial sometimes supporting this lot!
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 12:58 - Mar 22 with 5457 viewsHAYESBOY

Lost 3-1.

Smells like a trout farm in here

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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 14:39 - Mar 22 with 5101 viewsDaBurgh

Good to see an apostrophe in a first name, it keeps you guessing as to what's missing, and double barreled surnames are getting a bit passé now.
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 14:50 - Mar 22 with 5067 viewsMrSheen

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 14:39 - Mar 22 by DaBurgh

Good to see an apostrophe in a first name, it keeps you guessing as to what's missing, and double barreled surnames are getting a bit passé now.
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Think outside the box. Blaise Over-The-Bar.
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 21:06 - Mar 22 with 4552 viewsSuperhoops2808

Think the West Ham guy has played a few games for us
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 13:04 - Mar 24 with 3644 viewscollegeranger

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 14:39 - Mar 22 by DaBurgh

Good to see an apostrophe in a first name, it keeps you guessing as to what's missing, and double barreled surnames are getting a bit passé now.
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Used to be nobility used double barrel names - now its a reminder of the father you never met!!
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 14:20 - Mar 26 with 3010 viewsaston_hoop

Another one


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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 14:31 - Mar 26 with 2952 viewsBrianMcCarthy

I'm just going out on a limb here, but I'm going to guess that that lad has an Irish gene or two.

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 15:06 - Mar 26 with 2854 viewsNorthernr

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 14:20 - Mar 26 by aston_hoop

Another one



Some quite positive comments about him from Spurs fans in the replies.
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 15:53 - Mar 26 with 2713 viewsderbyhoop

He played and scored for our U18s vs Barnsley last Saturday. There were at leastv3 other trialists, none if them named.
We won 2-0 and Jake Coomes scored the other. Again.
Is he a decent.prospect, anybody? DMM?

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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 16:02 - Mar 26 with 2656 viewsdmm

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 15:53 - Mar 26 by derbyhoop

He played and scored for our U18s vs Barnsley last Saturday. There were at leastv3 other trialists, none if them named.
We won 2-0 and Jake Coomes scored the other. Again.
Is he a decent.prospect, anybody? DMM?


Sorry, derby. I'm not all that up on our U18s and can't help you here.
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 16:07 - Mar 26 with 2627 viewsMrSheen

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 15:06 - Mar 26 by Northernr

Some quite positive comments about him from Spurs fans in the replies.


I hadn't spotted Spurs putting bell-bottom sleeves on their shirts before.
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 17:11 - Mar 26 with 2443 viewsderbyhoop

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 16:02 - Mar 26 by dmm

Sorry, derby. I'm not all that up on our U18s and can't help you here.


Pas souci. No worries. I thought you watched the DS and U18s. Not sure anybody has time to do that.

Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the Earth all one’s lifetime. (Mark Twain) Find me on twitter @derbyhoop

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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 17:49 - Mar 26 with 2325 viewsCateLeBonR

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 17:11 - Mar 26 by derbyhoop

Pas souci. No worries. I thought you watched the DS and U18s. Not sure anybody has time to do that.


As well as length of contract. Going forward the club will no longer be releasing the name, age or star sign of our players.

Please move along, nothing to see here.
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 19:06 - Mar 26 with 2145 viewsnumptydumpty

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 14:31 - Mar 26 by BrianMcCarthy

I'm just going out on a limb here, but I'm going to guess that that lad has an Irish gene or two.


Is it the first name Kieran, the surname Morgan, or the ginger barnet Brian.

Cant see where the clues are myself !!!! 😊

Walking in a "Mackie Wonderland"
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 21:53 - Mar 26 with 1950 viewsGus_iom

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 17:49 - Mar 26 by CateLeBonR

As well as length of contract. Going forward the club will no longer be releasing the name, age or star sign of our players.

Please move along, nothing to see here.


But it appears that a certain section of our support will be racially profiling young people.





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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 22:42 - Mar 26 with 1819 viewsBrianMcCarthy

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 19:06 - Mar 26 by numptydumpty

Is it the first name Kieran, the surname Morgan, or the ginger barnet Brian.

Cant see where the clues are myself !!!! 😊


Morgan is a Welsh name, actually. (I actually did that in a Welsh accent in my head).

Kieran is an Anglicised version of Ciarán, but I'm sure there are Welsh, Scottish versions as well.

Same with the the hair, not just an Irish thing.

No, it's the face. Or 'the head' as us first generations say.

"You'd know by the head of him."
"One of our own."
"You'd spot him a mile off".

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 00:58 - Mar 27 with 1692 viewsCiderwithRsie

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 22:42 - Mar 26 by BrianMcCarthy

Morgan is a Welsh name, actually. (I actually did that in a Welsh accent in my head).

Kieran is an Anglicised version of Ciarán, but I'm sure there are Welsh, Scottish versions as well.

Same with the the hair, not just an Irish thing.

No, it's the face. Or 'the head' as us first generations say.

"You'd know by the head of him."
"One of our own."
"You'd spot him a mile off".


First time I ever went to Dublin, my mate said "See that kid? You could put him down in any place on earth, and you'd know he's Irish"

Mind you, we never did check that the lad wasn't an Aizerbajainian who just happened to be passing through the Rathmines Abrakebabra.
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 01:15 - Mar 27 with 1674 viewsBrianMcCarthy

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 00:58 - Mar 27 by CiderwithRsie

First time I ever went to Dublin, my mate said "See that kid? You could put him down in any place on earth, and you'd know he's Irish"

Mind you, we never did check that the lad wasn't an Aizerbajainian who just happened to be passing through the Rathmines Abrakebabra.


Amazing that in the first half of my life I'd delight in spotting Irish-looking poeple abroad, now I delight in spotting the whole rainbow in Ireland.

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 01:52 - Mar 27 with 1632 viewsnumptydumpty

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 22:42 - Mar 26 by BrianMcCarthy

Morgan is a Welsh name, actually. (I actually did that in a Welsh accent in my head).

Kieran is an Anglicised version of Ciarán, but I'm sure there are Welsh, Scottish versions as well.

Same with the the hair, not just an Irish thing.

No, it's the face. Or 'the head' as us first generations say.

"You'd know by the head of him."
"One of our own."
"You'd spot him a mile off".


Cliff Morgan - will give you that one from the valleys but what about the England Cricket Captain Eoin, who was too good to be Irish !!!

Morgan, Evans, Jones, Williams and Jenkins. All lovely boyos !!!

And this may come out wrong as an observation - ie not PC - its not meant to be..

But I always find it strange to hear Sinclair Armstrong speak with his very obvious dialect.

I am not racist in anyways and went out with an asian girl many years ago and found it hard when we visited my friend in Wales and hearing asians with welsh accents threw me also.

I checked aforesaid Kieran Morgan anyhow on Wikipedia Brian and am guessing his irish roots is at least one generation back as he was born and bred in the mighty Gillingham of Kent.

But i get what you saying;

"The Look of the Irish Indeed"

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QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 10:10 - Mar 27 with 1282 viewsdmm

QPR looking at four trialists - West London Sport on 22:42 - Mar 26 by BrianMcCarthy

Morgan is a Welsh name, actually. (I actually did that in a Welsh accent in my head).

Kieran is an Anglicised version of Ciarán, but I'm sure there are Welsh, Scottish versions as well.

Same with the the hair, not just an Irish thing.

No, it's the face. Or 'the head' as us first generations say.

"You'd know by the head of him."
"One of our own."
"You'd spot him a mile off".


The Scottish Gaelic version would almost be the same as the Irish - Ciaran. Also I think the Scottish first name Keir, as in Keir Hardie (forget the other one), is a derivative.
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