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at 07:42 22 Aug 2019
Thought he was poor last night.
The play on that instantly became an offside? Wheres the advantage in that. The late offside that came off of their player. The handball on the line. The offside when Chair got the ball and Bright was 10 yards away.
The Ellerslie lino couldn't see past his gut. Standard of officiating is absolutely dire.
|Who Do You Want to go Down/Up?|
at 13:51 6 Aug 2019
It's never too early.
For me it would be Reading, Brum and Fulham to go down.
From League 1 it would be Fleetwood, Lincoln and Rochdale to be promoted = all stadiums I would like to tick off.
[Post edited 6 Aug 14:04]
at 16:03 5 Aug 2019
Don't have any for another two weeks and already I want to kill them.
Anyone else got any stories about the cntfckery in-laws do?
at 08:18 19 Jul 2019
Can't write his name or kick a ball but can jump up on stage and be "urban" with the kids...
|QPR Pay Card|
at 13:09 9 Jul 2019
Replaces season tickets;
"You will shortly be receiving your QPR Pay card ahead of the upcoming season and must retain this card for venue access.
All existing season cards have been replaced by the QPR Pay cards, you MUST retain your new QPR Pay card in order to gain access to the stadium for the 2019/20 season, regardless of whether the payment benefits have been activated or not. You have the option to only use your card for stadium access, as there is no obligation on your part to utilise the payment aspect of the card and to benefit from the QPR Cash rewards.
QPR Pay is our new, fully integrated real time payment, stadium access and loyalty solution, which can be used in any Mastercard accepting retailer globally. Further information about QPR Pay and the benefits available to you can be found by clicking HERE."
|Registering a Marriage Advice - Non-QPR|
at 09:53 2 Jul 2019
As this place is far better at advice than terrible government websites I wanted to get some info.
I have a potential issue that I didn't realise existed until last night. I am getting married next month at a church. As I understood it this meant that I did not need to register with the local authority. However after having a meeting with the vicar yesterday over the orders of service this church is different and doesn't read the bands.
So, I then looked up details of registering with the local authority and it seems to be overly complicated and you can only get to talk to them if you book an appointment which seems to take weeks and then they need you to give a months notivce prior to the wedding.
Any help/advice etc would be much appreciated.
at 15:36 5 May 2019
The whole season has been crap cos of those pink shirts. Never, EVER have them back again. Trust me, spoke to an old gnarled gypsy woman.
at 17:23 6 Apr 2019
Looks like citeh haven’t sold out. Upper tier looking very empty.
|U23's/Youth Team Suggestion|
at 09:48 28 Mar 2019
I go to non-league football every now and then and yesterday overheard some non-league super fans talking about Brentford B being in a Middlesex Senior Cup final. I looked it up and they enter their "B" team into all the non-league competitions going.
This got me thinking that QPR should do similar, would give them some hungry opposition to play, would ground them in terms of facilities and effort needed should they want to become a pro. Gives them a chance to play more competitive games and on a selfish note would give me more of a chance to watch them as often these games are weeknights.
Does anyone more au fait know why we don't do this and if there is a chance to ask the youth team coaches to consider it?
Brentford B currently have two finals coming up;
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