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Sunday, August 16, 2009

QPR Snippets Sunday...Bowles Talks...Plymouth Match Reports....Big Gorman Birthday...Flashback: QPR Administration Warning

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- Almost-QPR, Greg Vignal Debuts for Birmingham vs Manchester United

- Crystal Palace Reaction to "Non-Goal" vs Bristol City

- Plymouth 1 QPR 1: Compilation of Match Reports and Managerial Comments

- Big Birthday for QPR Assistant Manager John Gormaan

- Stan Bowles Talking About football Today and "In His Time"

- Flashback: Two Years ago today: Various newspapers carried Chairman Paladini QPR-Into-Administration Warnings

- Two Year Flashback: The Takeover hits a stumbling Block

- Samuel Di Carmine Update

- FA Cup Victory for Manager, Steve Lomas

- Stuart Wardley Scores Again

- Liam Miller to Preston?

- Michel Salgado to Blackburn or West Ham?

- Notts County Tabloid Fantasy Signings (Surely?!)

- David James on Portsmouth's Finances

- Premiership Finances...Premiership Backers

- Blackburn Slashed Season Ticket Prices

Sunday People - 16 August 2009 Gorkss gift for Pilgrims -Ross Reid
- Argyle striker Jamie Mackie helped claim a scrappy, stoppage-time leveller - although it was QPR man Kaspars Gorkss who was credited with an own goal.
- Full-back Gary Sawyer's throw-in from the left bounced into the penalty area and Gavin Mahon and Hogan Ephraim both made scrambled clearances off the line.
But Mackie got a crucial touch before the ball finally went in off Latvian defender Gorkss.
- Icelandic international striker Heidar Helguson headed Rangers' 43rd-minute opener, swooping at the far post to head home.
- Hoops' fit-again Hungarian ace Akos Buzsaky returned to haunt his former club.
- Buzsaky - back in action after a nine-month injury lay-off - was prominent in all that was good about Rangers' early play.
- Stretch His dipping 30-yard free kick after 17 minutes announced his Home Park return as well as forcing a superb save from Argyle keeper Romain Larrieu.
- Winger Wayne Routledge, who hit a 13-minute Carling Cup hat-trick at Exeter in midweek, went close three minutes later and then Buzsaky was at it again, flashing another long-range free-kick just over.
- Larrieu went full stretch to keep out Routledge's goal-bound first timer as Argyle failed to clear Buzsaky's corner beyond the penalty area on 30 minutes.
-Three minutes later the impressive Adel Taarabt finished off a mazy run by exchanging a deft one-two with Buzsaky before forcing a sprawling stop from Larrieu.
- There was little club captain Larrieu could do about the goal as Taarabt's deflected shot sat up invitingly for Helguson to head home from close range.
- Argyle boss Paul Sturrock sent on new on-loan Celtic striker Cillian Sheridan and the lively 20-year-old needed little time to settle in, firing just wide before having a 61st-minute header cleared off the line by Buzsaky.
- Plymouth: *LARRIEU 8 - McNamee 6, Timar 7, Seip 6, Sawyer 6 - Fletcher 6, Paterson 7 (Duguid, 86mins) - Judge 7 (Noone, 83mins), MacLean 6 (Sheridan, 46mins, 7), Mackie 7 - Fallon 5.
- QPR: Cerny 7 - Ramage 7, Hall 7, Gorkss 7, Borrowdale 6 - Routledge 6, Mahon 7, Leigertwood 6, *BUZSAKY 8 (Ephraim, 73mins) - Taarabt 8 (Vine, 76mins), Helguson 7 (Agyemang, 61mins). Sunday People


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- QPR vs Accrington Stanley game set for Tuesday, August 25

- Bristol City Set to Have Forward Signing Debut vs QPR

- Blackstock Compares QPR and Nottingham Forest

- Ex-Football Hooligans Regroup

- Ex-QPR Nick Ward: Right Back

- Six Year Flashback: Richard Langley Joins Cardiff (and Leon Knight set for QPR)
- Twenty-Two Years! Paul Parker Debuted in a great QPR season starter: A crushing away win at West Ham...Thirty-Nine Years ago: A post-1970 World Cup Season started with a loss at Birmingham
- Where Premiership Players Come From
- Another China Football Brawl
- Notts County Smash Transfer Record to Sign Premiership Goalie
- Nice Burnley Profile

- Ian Holloway on How he Left QPR
- QPR vs Nottingham Forest Tickets
- Status of Portugese Football
- Premiership Managerial Sacking Odds
- Real Madrid's Michel Salgado Not headed to QPR

- Premiership Season Ticket Sales Assessed
- Jan Stejskal: "Where Are (The Original Non-British Premiership Players) Now?
- Several Ex-QPR Birthdays
- A part-time scout for QPR profiled
- Homophobia in Football: Should Gay Footballers 'Come Out'?>

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