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Saturday, August 29, 2009

QPR Football Snippets Saturday...Cup Draw Made Today (QPR #25)

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- QPR REPORT Available on TWITTER!

- Ex-QPR's Fraser Digby Voted Swindon's greatest-ever goalkeeper

- Video of QPR's 1979 Massacre of Burnley

- Q&A With Jim Magilton

Football League -Carling Cup Draw Details - The Carling Cup Draw is being made today at 12.15 The matches are to be played the week of September 21. QPR are #25 Full Details

- Danny Dichio Update

- John Spencer Honoured Today

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- "Football Players Do Not Get Any Better"

- Problem of Fan Hooliganism

- Examining Ipswich Under Roy Keane

- "What's Wrong With Football Clubs Breaking Even?"

- Ex-QPR Ricky Sappleton Loaned Out

- Birthdays: Ray Jones (RIP) and Jamie Cureton

- Year Ago: Talk of Campbell to QPR and Ledesma Signing

- Portsmouth Finances Examined

- Two More Big Sousa Signings for Swansea

- Chelsea PR Offensive Ends in Jeers

Next: QPR Travel to Scunthorpe
Last time they met: In December 2007, QPR under De Canio, drew 2-2 at Scunthorpe (Buzsaky 2). QPR: Camp, Barker, Stewart, Bolder, Buzsaky (Ainsworth 92), Rowlands, Malcolm, Vine, Rehman (Timoska 74), Leigertwood, Sinclair (Nygaard 76). Subs: Cole, Balanta.
And then on the Ides of March, 2008, QPR won 3-1 at Loftus Road (Rowland Agyemang and Vine) - QPR: Camp, Delaney, Mancienne, Blackstock, Buzsaky (Mahon 81), Rowlands (Stewart 92), Connolly, Agyemang (Lee 93), Vine, Hall, Leigertwood. Subs: Pickens, Balanta.
Prior to these games, the clubs had last met in the old Third Division in the 1966/1967 Season.
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- Ex-QPR Chris Arthur Trialing With Grimsby

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