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|We go way back - History|
Oh Heidar. Rolls Royce indeed - his ability to hold the ball and distribute or flick on with back to goal was simply outstanding. Proper favourite in a team of favourites.
I still can't quite comprehend how, when he lined up against Boro's David Wheater in that game at Loftus Road, he conceded about one and a half foot in height and still won every header.
And the Chelsea goal. Goosebumps. What a man.
|Furs returns, Pav impresses, Toni dominates - Knee Jerks|
Always loved Pav too, and that love grew a little further on Saturday not just from his on-pitch performance but because five of his Polish mates were sat in the row behind us. To a man they were carrying bags from the club shop, going absolutely mental when he scored and generally bellowing every time he was involved (which was a lot). He even gave them a heart sign after his goal when jogging back to the halfway line. They loved it, he loved it, I loved it. All hail Krol Pav.
|The demon hope returns - Preview|
Best Spot the Goss prize yet. Has the whiff of a future BBC 4 documentary.
Sorry to hear about your friend Myke, hope we get another result for you today.
|A little trip down Wembley Way – History|
Doesn't get any less nerve-wracking reading it back over lunch at my desk, knowing how it all ended. Thanks again for a stunning write up. I think I've got something in my eye...
|Tweets, training grounds and tickets - Tony Fernandes interview|
Sadly sounds very much like the Fernandes PR bluster we've come to know very well, complete with glaring contradictions.
On Steve Gallen, " Painful decisions have to be made...The reality is the academy hasn’t produced much by way of players for QPR, before my time, during my time, etc."
Yet on failure of academy to produce players, "You can speak to Harry Redknapp, Neil Warnock, Mark Hughes… they all heard the same thing from me: academy, academy, academy. The academy staff got frustrated because none of them wanted to play any of their players"
Can't/won't recognise disconnect between talk of consolidation and infamous "promotion means everything" proclamation. Talks about "decision" to keep so-called big names in summer when very much a case of no takers out there. And this gem, which would surely make even Malcolm Tucker blush: "My real dream is to produce players from West London for QPR." Riiiight.
I'll have mine with a large pinch of salt, please.
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