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Monday, September 28, 2009

Helguson Injury Update....QPR (Loan) Player Makes Championship Team of the Week....Leigertwood Lauded

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Helguson Injury Update- After having a second scan today....
"Watford Official Site - TRIO SET TO MISS OUT

- "...Speaking this afternoon, the gaffer updated www.watfordfc.com on the latest situation from the treatment room at London Colney.
- Loanee Heidar Helguson will not be involved in either of Watford's games this week and with an international break looming, that provides the Icelandic striker with further time to prove his fitness before the Hornets' trip north to face Middlesbrough on Saturday 17 October.
- Helguson had a further scan on his injured calf this morning. Mackay said: "We've spoken to Heidar and the specialist since then and he has torn his calf muscle, so he's going to be out for a couple of weeks - Watford

- Congratulations to Ben Watson on making Football League's Championship Team of the Week! -
Complete Team of the Week: Paul Rachubka Blackpool - Chris Gunter Nottm Forest -
Jose Fonte Crystal Palace - Sean St.Ledger Middlesbrough - Dean Moxey Derby - Etienne Esajas Sheff Wed - Kevin Nolan Newcastle - Richard Chaplow Preston - Ben Watson QPR - Billy Sharp Doncaster - Leon Best Coventry Full Team

- Midfielder Ben Watson has been named in the Football League's Championship Team of the Week following his performance at the weekend.
- The Wigan Athletic loanee played a pivotal role in the R's midfield engine room, as Jim Magilton's men continued their fine run of form with a 5-2 victory against Barnsley on Saturday afternoon.
- Watson scored one and played provider for Akos Buzsaky to notch Rangers' second, as the Hoops rain riot against Mark Robins' side.
- Produced by the Press Association, the Team of the Week features the eleven top performing players from each division from the weekend matches. To view the Team of the Week, click here QPR

- QPR Youth Defeat Southend: Match Report

- Helguson Injury Update: Having Second Scan

- Rangers boss Jim Magilton has lavished praise on the 'outstanding' Mikele Leigertwood.
- The former Sheffield United ace notched the R's opening goal of the game in our 5-2 victory against Barnsley on Saturday, prompting Magilton - who has opted to use Leigertwood at right back instead of his accustomed central midfield role in recent weeks - to wax lyrical about his display.
- "Mikele is an outstanding athlete and an outstanding person, both on and off the park," he told www.qpr.co.uk.
- "He has goals in his locker, there's no doubt about that.
- "He scored a wonderful goal playing in midfield earlier in the campaign from an area which I believe he can really exploit and he bombed on from right back on Saturday and scored another classic."
- Magilton added: "He's an awesome individual.
- "He's a proper footballer and I'm absolutely chuffed to bits with him."
- Despite seeing his side romp to victory against the Tykes, Magilton - with one eye on the R's mouth-watering trip to Newcastle United on Wednesday night - believes the best is yet to come from his charges.
- "It's still very much work in progress," he said.
- "There's so much room for improvement.
- "There's a long way to go, but there's a great belief in the camp and the confidence is growing.
- "We set ourselves high standards here and we'll continue to do so." QPR

- Four Year Flashback: Gianni Paladini Appointed QPR Chairman
- [And four years later, at least a few messgaboard posters wondering about a Paladini role if the Mittals take over from Briatore]

- West Ham and Millwall Charged by FA

- Next: QPR Travel to top-of-the-table Newcastle on Wedneday!
- The ref for this game is R L Shoebridge.
- QPR last played Newcastle in QPR's relegation season of 1995/1996 when Ray Wilkins was QPR manager and Kevin Keegan was at Newcastle with Newcastle's big signing was Les Ferdinand! QPR lost 3-2 at Loftus Road and 2-1 at Newcastle.
- Playing for both teams: Les Ferdinand, Glen Roeder, Kevin Brock, Wayne Fereday, Kenny Sampson, Gavin Peacock, Ian Bennett. Peter Ramage! Managing both teams: Jim Smith
- Past QPR vs Newcastle Results
- Newcastle's 2009/10 Results...Newcastle Squad

- Next game after next: Swansea Away on Saturday

QPR vs Barnsley Match Reports

- The Various QPR Fan Sites Match Reports of QPR vs Barnsley

- Mirror - Rangers Boss Criticizes Adel Taarabt

- Earlier Compilation of QPR vs Barnsley Match Reports and Managerial Comments

- Long-time QPR SUPPORTER, Harold Winton Honoured by QPR with Lifetime Achievement Award

- QPR Youth Defeat Southend

- Briatore NOT in the foremost list of "Meddling Chairmen"

- Bernie Ecclestone Under His Own Pressures

- Ex-QPR, Steffan Moore Turns 26

- Sousa Sets His Sights On Victory Over QPR "It's a game I really want to win" Planet Swans

- Telegraph/Oliver Brown - Flavio Briatore ordered a Queen's Park Rangers substitution from Kuala Lumpur

- List of even-more-meddling Chairmen than Flavio Briatore (allegedly)

- Briatore/Ecclestone Updates

- Couple of the number of previous "stories" claiming Briatore's deep involvement

- Mail / Rob Draper - Burnley star Clarke Carlisle: The day I knew I had to give up drinking

- The Fourth Official for QPR-Barnsley Twittering before and after the game


- Year Flashback: Newspaper Story re a proposed QPR Name Change - and the Immediate QPR Statement Denying anything to the story.

Eleven Years Ago..Ray Harford Resigns...Vinnie Jones Passed Over.
- Eleven Years Ago today: Ray Harford resigns as QPR manager after a terrible year in charge. Ian Dowie - rather than Vinnie Jones - took over as caretaker manager. Two weeks later, Gerry Francis was appointed QPR manager. Ray Harford went on to coach elsewhere, before sadly, dying, only in his later fifties, in August, 2003.

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