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Saturday, September 19, 2009

Cardiff vs QPR - Today's Teams


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Cardiff vs QPR: Today's Teams

QPR: Cerny, Stewart, Leigertwood, Routledge, Vine, Buzsaky, Gorkss, Rowlands, Watson, Simpson, Borrowdale ---- Subs: Heaton, Ramage, Mahon, Agyemang, Pellicori, Faurlin, Ephraim.

Cardiff City: Marshall, Kennedy, Hudson, Whittingham, Chopra, Bothroyd, Burke, Quinn, Gerrard, Ledley, Taiwo. Subs: Enckelman, Rae, Gyepes, Capaldi, Scimeca, Comminges, Magennis.


- Helguson's Watford Loan:
"...[T]he Watford Observer understands will see Rangers pay almost half the striker’s wages during his temporary return and didn’t involve a loan fee..." The Helguson Loan Update

- Cardiff-QPR Previews

- A couple of devestating pieces re Briatore/Crashgate/Cheating

- One QPR Player in Actim Top 100 Players in Championship: - Wayne Routledge (who moves up to #44)

- It's War Between Gillingham's Chairman and Leeds Chairman, Ken Bates!

- Tony Hazell Turns Sixty-Two (David Seaman Turns 46?)

- Dave Thomas/AKUTRS: Some Weekly Blog ("Flog") Posts

- Year Ago: QPR Ticket Price Increases Announced, criticized and Defended

- Updated Briatore/Crashgate/Impact-on-QPR stories

- SATIRE "News" Stories re Briatore and Ecclestone

Snippet from the Financial Time - By Emiliya Mychasuk and Emiko Terazono QPR team mates
- Steel baron Lakshmi Mittal might be spending less time on the Formula One circuit now that his friend Flavio Briatore has quit as Renault boss. Mr Mittal joined Mr Briatore as a 20 per cent investor in Queen's Park Rangers, along with F1 impresario Bernie Ecclestone. Mr Mittal's son-in-law Amit Bhatia is QPR vice-chairman. Mr Bhatia recently raised about £23,000 for the QPR in the Community Trust, in a sprint triathlon, and Mr Briatore was among those who made donations, as were eco-Tory supporters Ben and Zac Goldsmith." Financial Times

Charls Smith/BBC Blog - Review of the Week
- There could be a vacancy at Loftus Road's very own Comedy Club if Jim Magilton doesn't get his act together soon - 15 weeks is like a lifetime in the QPR hotseat. Of course in the unlikely event that Flavio Briatore is not deemed to be a 'fit and proper person' to run a football club in the wake of 'Crashgate', he may not even get the opportunity to fire boss number three (or is it four)?
- Mind you, according to F1 supremo and QPR co-owner Bernie Ecclestone: "Sometimes good things come out of bad. At least (Flavio) will have more time to pick the team now." Yikes.
- My eminent colleague Goughie, who has the misfortune to sit next to me in the office, remarked five minutes before the Briatore story broke that it had been a slow news day. It was swiftly followed by the announcement that Peter Kenyon was stepping down from his role at Chelsea and Karren Brady was leaving Birmingham. I haven't heard a peep from him since..." BBC

- Bad Cardiff!

- Ex-QPR Ben Askar Update

- Football Hooliganism on Trains - Transit Police Annual Report

- Record Number of Football Hooligans Arrested on Trains Last Year

- Oh oh: Hull City!

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