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Saturday, August 22, 2009

QPR Snippets Saturday...Vignal...International Call-Ups...Ex-QPR Birthdays...Beckford-Could-Have-Been...Nostalgia Flashbacks...

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- Gregory Vignal on his Experiences at other clubs and on not Joining QPR
- "...I went to QPR (on trial during pre-season) but the financial situation wasn’t good enough. It was difficult to find an agreement with my French club”

- "Highly-rated QPR midfielder" Frankie Sutherland Called up for Republic of Ireland U-17 Squad for Tournament in Poland

- Additional Nottingham Forest Previews/Persectives

- Ex-QPR Birthdays Today: Lee Camp (25)and Marcus Bignot (35)

- Jeremaine Beckford Could-Have been QPR - For Cheap --- [QPR Ostensibly quoted 10 Million pricetag for Beckford]

- Birmingham Say Prepared to Let Murcus Bent Leave

- Transfer Window Extended

- Thirty-Nine Years Ago Today: QPR Debut for Phil Parkes

- Three Years ago today: A Rare Victory for Gary Waddock's QPR vs John Gorman's Northampton.

- International Call Ups for Adel Taarabt, Akos Buzsaky and Heidar Helguson

- Liam Miller Again Called up by Republic of Ireland

- "Bubble Match" for Bristol City Fans at Swansea: Police allowing Bristol City fans to come to the game ONLY on Official Coaches

- Too Painful to Read: Arguably the Worst Day in QPR History

- Why is London So Rubbish at Football?

- Marking QPR's first-ever game above the Third Division: Sixty-One Years Ago (Yesterday)

- Football Fan Census: How Do you Feel About State of QPR?

- Flashback: Briatore's Plans for QPR

- Flashback: Briatore's Plans for QPR

- Why is London So Rubbish at Football?

- Dave McIntyre/BBC 606 - QPR's search for a striker

- Previous QPR -v Nottingham Forest Previews

-.QPR: Nottingham Forest Preview

- Out Today: The New Issue of AKUTRS

- Latest Football Agents Fees Report: QPR Spending on Agents Fees: January 1-June 30, 2009: 380,000 pounds (the most by any club in the Football League..

- Updated: QPR's Declining Championship Promotion Odds

- Flashback: Nigel Quashie Sold by QPR

- Stefan Bailey's New Club

- Rating the Best Pies in English Football

- Ambitious Sheffield Wednesday Ground Development Proposal

- Portsmouth's Finances Examined

- Ireland Manager, Giovanni Trapattoni Analogizing his Ireland Squad to how to treat a Cat!

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