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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Odds For QPR to Win Championship Title, to Win Promotion or to Win FA Cup! (Odds Also for the Other Clubs)...QPR Kit #34 in "All Time" List

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- To Win The Championship
- To Win Promotion
- To Win the FA Cup!

Daily Mail- THE LIST: Top 50 football kits of all time

#34 QPR Home Kit: "If it isn't broken, don't fix it. QPR never stray far from the classic hoop design and today's top is almost identical to the one modelled above by colourful character and QPR legend Stan Bowles" Mail

- Flashback: Thirty years ago today: QPR Crush Burnley 7-0 (Video of Goals)

- Still Unclear: Who Are QPR's New Partner "Toyo"

- QPR Disciplinary Record: Season-by-Season (for last six seasons)

- FA Cup First Round Draw

- Lakshmi Mittal Proposed 15 Million Pound London Monument

- Test Your Football Geography

- Ramos Axed After Less than seven weeks...Athletic Madrid's Axing

- QPR Loan Player Makes Team of The Week: Jay Simpson QPR Official Site - SIMPSON MAKES THE GRADE

Extra Footie: QPR issue black boots only rule
2009-10-26 -
- Queens Park Rangers' assistant academy manager Marc Bircham has imposed a 'no colourful boots' rule on his youth team players in a bid to keep the club's youngsters on the straight and narrow.
- The QPR legend, who played for the Hoops for five seasons between 2002 and 2007, insisted that the rule could be supported by science, but explained that he had made the decision in order to keep young players grounded.
- It is an ironic stance for Canada international Bircham of all people to take given that during his playing days he would match his blue and white boots with streaks of the same colours in his hair when turning out for the Championship side.
- The 31-year-old maintained that while he believes that wearing colourful boots gives any player a disadvantage as he is more easily detected, however the real reason behind the decision was to force players to earn their spurs.
- "It has been proven that if a winger wears coloured football boots it is easier for a full-back to pick them up than if they are wearing black boots. [But] That’s not why we banned them. We just don’t want the players getting too flash!," Bircham is quoted as saying on footyboots.com.
- Bircham affirmed that from Under 9 to Under 18 levels, players would have to earn the right to wear flashier footwear, and that he had also imposed some other old-school techniques in order to let the young stars know their place.
- "The players have to do jobs like clean the senior pros’ boots - things that I had to do when I started as a youth player here, back in 1994.
- "Academies have stopped doing that sort of thing, but we think it gives players a sense of discipline.
- "We have some old-school ideas – like punishments for lateness and insisting they do jobs like cleaning – backed up with state of the art coaching techniques." - Extra Footie

Derby vs QPR
- VIDEO - Derby vs QPR: All the Goals in 70 Seconds!
- Derby 2 QPR 4: Comprensive Compilation of Match Reports (including various QPR Fan Site reports)
- Championship Form Table (QPR Top)

- Sousa Speaking about Swansea and Ian Holloway...Holloway Talking re Swansea

- Flashback Twenty-five Years: Partizan Belgrade - And then came the Second Leg!

- "In Case You Missed It:"QPR Finance Director Quitting ......Pat Kanyuka Joins Northampton..... Ex-QPR Chris Arthur Getting a Chance.....QPR1st Statement re "Heavy Handed Stewards" ...... QPR's Fitness Trainer John Harbin Returns to Australia

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