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“The Four Year Plan is over”

published 17/04/2012

ProNice to see the small clubs do well

ContraGoing down

Full name – Queens Park Rangers Football Club Nickname(s) – QPR, Hoops, Super Hoops. Founded – 1882 Ground – Loftus Road, Capacity – 18,360 Owner – QPR Holdings, Ltd. Chairman – Tony Fernandez Manager – Mark Hughes League – Premier League 2010–11 – The Championship champions. The four biggest...

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“Stuart Wardley-Paul Furlong”

published 03/09/2000

ProClarke Carlisle

ContraMore injuries

No doubt last seasons win was signing up Stuart Wardley from Saffron Walden Town for £15,000 last July. This year it seems to be Paul Furlong who scored an excellent goal against Crewe Alexandra. The ball was deflected off the Crewe's goalkeeper Jason Kearton into the back of the net. But it...

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ProGreat team

ContraLack of money

Well as you may or may not have noticed I am a huge Arsenal fan, but my beloved boyfriend is mad about Queens Park Rangers, so I thought it only fair that I write an op about them. There are many football debates in our household, but as I keep explaining to Lee (my other half) there really is no...

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“The missing Strikers.”

published 27/04/2001

ProOnce were a good team

ContraSlipping through the divisions

If you are a journeyman striker, sooner or later you will walk through the gates at Loftus Road. There you will disappear into a black hole of obscurity, never to be seen again. This seems to be the trend of this once good club. Buy lots of strikers and dont worry about the rest of the team. That...

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“Pathetic performance”

published 25/02/2001

ProGavin Peacock

ContraPoor defence

You could always count on Rangers to be well organised and to give a reasonable account of themselves whoever they were playing. Well, yesterday's performance against Wimbledon was pathetic and smacked of total and abject surrender in the second half to a team that had just been knocked out of...

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“QPR's hopes”

published 08/02/2001

Pronot many

ContraNeed money and better players

QPR's hopes of ever seeing the premership league in the next ten years just keeps getting smaller and smaller by the game. They have a great team on paper but with injuries with some great players and the selling of great players in the past, like Les Ferdinand and Trevor Sinclair they seem to be...

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“Struggling again?”

published 15/07/2000

ProGood youngsters coming through

ContraLack of cash

Back in the eighties when we had Kevin Keegan as a player at Newcastle United, QPR were the team to beat in division two (old), and they indeed gained promotion, so it saddens me to see them deteriorating. However this year I think they will do better than they have of late. I cannot see them...

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“Return to the 90s”

published 01/02/2001

ProGood stadium and following

ContraNot enough money

Queens Park Rangers are a team that I remember being there or thereabouts in the top flight when I was much younger. Their previous achievements include an FA cup final appearance in 1982, and a league cup victory in 1967. They also came close to winning the top flight in 1976 but were beaten to...

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“Relegation looming?”

published 19/07/2000

In my view Queen's Park Rangers have been getting from bad to worse. They have no money to buy top players and if Kevin Gallen ever gets to full fitness and upto form he is likely to want to move to a bigger club. Q.P.R have made some transfers in the summer including defender Clarke Carlisle...

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“FRANCIS QUITTING AS QPR BOSS”

published 16/02/2001

ProAbout time for a new manager

ContraNo one to take over yet.

Gerry Francis has decided to step down as manager of struggling QPR. Francis will take charge of Rangers'home clash with Barnsley but Loftus Road bosses will then seek to appoint new manger with immediate effect. The former Spurs boss will remain at the club in some capacity until the end of the...

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“hoop boys”

published 20/09/2000

the boys in the blue and white hoops from loftus road have vague memories of what life is like in the premier league and will hope that the memories can be freshened by another go at it. if they do get promoted again, they will have to put on a better showing of themselves then they did last time...

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“QPR”

published 26/09/2000

The question for me about QPR is can they imporve on the season they had last year and get into the play off's. I think Lee Harper is a decent keeper but needs to work on his distribution but the problem comes if he gets injured as the back up isn't strong enough. The defence if all the strongest...

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“OK QPR”

published 18/11/2000

ProName. Kiwomya

ContraForm

Queens Park rangers? Who are they? well they've got one of the most under hyped squads in england and always put on a brave face only to deliver a poor performance - in my view they will not make the playoffs and top table is unlikely - some of their players are of a world class - the most...

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“building 4 the future”

published 27/07/2000

Progood youth, solid defence

Contrano money, poor strikers

QPR are looking up. considering before last season, the last two years were finished just above the relegation zone, to have hopes at one point of getting into the play-offs is nothing short of a miracle by gerry francis. decent signings in the of carlisle and connelly, warren is unknown really...

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