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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Chelsea Get The QPR Logo Wrong...QPR Football Snippets Saturday

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Chelsea on QPR Game Information -Chelsea Official Site QPR TICKET UPDATE
Season ticket holders and members can now purchase up to six tickets each for the Carling Cup clash with QPR.
They'll also receive eight loyalty points for the game, which takes place at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday 23 September.
This is the first time the two teams have met since our 2007/08 FA Cup campaign, when we hosted our close neighbours and beat them 1-0.
Previous to that were three meetings in 1995/96, two of which (away in the league and FA Cup) we won 2-1 before drawing 1-1 at the Bridge.
Click here to buy your ticket online. Chelsea

- Chelsea may be even more "screwed" over transfer ban

- QPR vs Peterborough Previews

- Liam Miller Joins Hibs

- F1-Assertion stories .....F1 "Situation" Assessed

- Five Year Flasback: Diaz to Replace Holloway? (Holloway saved in part by: First Home Win of the season

[And Ian Holloway making BBC "Quote of the Week," three years ago today: "I was starved of cash, lost my chief scout, wasn't allowed to make decisions about the team. Then they threw me out and chucked me in the garden after five years. . I thought it was unfair. I'm glad today's over because I shouldn't be sweating up in the paddock and today I was rather too lathered up for a horse of my experience."

- Flashback Three Years: QPR one off the bottom with 6 points from 7 games, having lost at home to Birmingham

- Football Fans and the English Defense League

- Limits to Online Betting

- US Football Radio Host Quits After Threats

- Working to Improve Disabled Fan Access Throughout Football

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