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Sunday, May 13, 2007

Ex-QPRs in The News

Sunday Times/John Aizelwood - Good, bad and very ugly (for the season)
Most unfriendly friendly: QPR v China under-23s in February, abandoned after China defender Zheng Tao was knocked unconscious during a brawl that featured all 22 players and some coaching staff. Sunday Times

Lee Camp was on the bench of former ABC-owing Derby County, as Derby won 2-1 at Southampton in the first leg of the playoff Semi-Final. Two former QPR loans from Southampton had different fates. NOT on the Southampton bench was former QPR loanee Inigo Idiakez./ Starting for Southampton, was another player who had been on loan at QPR (during the Holloway era) Leon Best - Teams

In the first Final at the new Wembley,former QPR winger, Andy Miller was part of Stevenage's team which came from 0-2 down, to beat Stevenage 3-2 in the FA Trophy

At Yeovil (who lost the first leg of the Semi Final plays to Nottingham Forest), former QPR Terrel Forbes picked up awards as Runner up for YeovilPlayer of Year

And today, it's Ian Evatt/Marcus Bean's Blackpool at Simon Blitz's Oldham in the First Leg of the Playoff SemiFinals.

In the Premiership, Clarke Carlisle and Danny Shittu say goodbye to the Premiership (at least with Watford -

Golden Boot Award to Ex-QPR Jamie Cureton
"League to Honour Golden Six: The winners of the inaugural PUMA Golden Boot and PUMA Golden Glove awards have been announced, with the leading scorers and shot-stoppers from all three divisions of The Football League set to receive specially designed golden trophies to mark their respective achievements in all competition this season.
The winner of the Golden Boot for the Championship is Colchester United's prolific striker Jamie Cureton, who bagged 24 goals in a memorable season for the U's.....
In announcing the PUMA Golden Boot and Golden Glove Awards Lord Mawhinney, Chairman of The Football League, said:
"A good goalkeeper or striker can make a real difference to a team. I am delighted that through these awards we are able to recognise six players that have made that real difference this season."

Richard Callaway, Teamsports Marketing Manager at PUMA UK, added: "Strikers and goalkeepers can often win a match for their team with a last minute goal or breathtaking save. These new accolades give us an opportunity to reward players of all levels - congratulations to all of the winners."

Goals and clean sheets in The Coca-Cola Football League, Carling Cup, Johnstone's Paint Trophy and FA Cup sponsored by E.ON have all counted towards the PUMA Golden Boot and Golden Glove awards - Announcement

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