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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Snippets Saturday...Barnsley...A Twittering 4th Official...Briatore and Ecclestone in The News...Happy Birthday Luigi De Canio!

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- Today's Fourth Official for QPR vs Barnsley - Twittering

Happy Birthday to ex-QPR Manager (First Team Coach) Luigi De Canio(turning 52) - -- Also Birthday greetings to ex-QPR Kenny Samson (turning 51) and ex short-term stays, Martin Cranie (turning 23) and Paul Warhurst (turning 40)

- "Out of Touch Ecclestone Under Fire"

- Briatore Vows to Fight Back

- Flashback: QPR Chairman Jim Gregory RIP

- Barnsley at Loftus Road: Previews & Managerial Comments

Yorkshire Post -Queens Park Rangers v Barnsley: Robins pays Cryne thanks
MARK ROBINS has paid tribute to Barnsley owner Patrick Cryne after signing five players in just over two weeks.
Defenders Carl Dickinson and Ryan Shotton are the latest new arrivals at Oakwell – on three-month loan deals from Premier League club Stoke City – and both could figure today.
- New manager Robins has also signed former Crystal Palace winger Julian Gray, Hull City defender Nathan Doyle, and Slovenian international centre-back Suad Filekovic since replacing Simon Davey.
- "I have to thank Patrick Cryne for backing me in the transfer market," said Robins. "These are the right sort of players we need here. I also think we will get better when we have everybody available and back in with us."
- After losing his opening game in charge against Watford, Barnsley are unbeaten in three games and produced a midweek shock in the Carling Cup by beating Premier League Burnley.
- "We have only just started," stressed Robins. "Winning games builds confidence. The effort, commitment, desire and confidence was there against Burnley and that was pleasing."

- Notts County trust 'should never have handed control to Qadbak'• Fans group says trust 'went against its very reasons for existing' • Former trust member concerned by 'lack of transparency'

- New Book: 50 People Who Fouled Up Football

- Stats: QPR Stats & Helguson Injury Update

Chris Charles BBC BLOG - Week in Review re QPR at Chelsea- "....In the Carling Cup, Barnsley produced the shock of the round by toppling Burnley, while I was at Stamford Bridge to see 'plucky' (hate that word) QPR go down to Chelsea (not keen on that word either).
- My first priority was to make sure I got home in one piece after hearing a bloke behind me in the pub utter the immortal line: "Chelsea have come down proper firmed up - tools the lot." Gulp.
- There were a few running battles - fortunately nothing on the scale of Upton Park - which I avoided by bravely chatting to a very nice policeman inside the shopping precinct. Turns out he was a Millwall fan (you don't get many of them to the pound) who was spared the decision of whether to attend the West Ham game because he happened to be on holiday. Result. ..."

- RIP: Ex-Peterborough's Terry Bly

Flashback: QPR vs AKUTRS

- Sousa Considered
- Bernie Ecclestone Comments on Flavio Briatore

- Sousa Considered

- Flashback: The Launch of the QPR Official Site: What QPR Were Saying On Those First Few Days over a Decade ago

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