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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Waddock for Wycombe?...Next: QPR vs Preston...Rodney Marsh Returns...State of Football Finances...Flashbacks

- TWO QPR Reports! This QPR Report site. And, the second combination messageboard and quasi-blog QPR Report Messageboard. If you're interested in constantly-updated news re anything QPR-related and also QPR nostalgia, this site has both - along with assorted eclectic non-QPR football material.


- Skysports - Wycombe Reportedly Want Gary Waddock as their New Manager
"Skysports.com understands that Wycombe Wanderers have made a move to appoint Aldershot Town's Gary Waddock as their new manager.
- Highly-rated Waddock took charge at Aldershot in 2007 after a brief stint in charge of Queens Park Rangers. In his first full season in charge he guided the Shots to the Conference title and has since established them in League Two, where they currently sit in sixth place.
- Now the Hampshire club look like losing Waddock, after Wycombe made their move..." Skysports

- Wolves Deny Any Interest in Ex-QPR Loanee

- QPR vs Brenftord Reserves Today: Teams

- Brentford vs QPR Youth: Match Reports

- Next: Preston at Loftus Road
[Last season: Sousa's QPR won 3-2 at Loftus Road. In the last game of the season, Ainsworth's QPR lost 2-1 at Preston]

- Alan Irvine celebrates his 100th game in charge vs QPR (Name the past three managers who've been in charge at QPR for 100 games!)

- Football Against Racism Week: October 15-27

- A list of Football agents. The Agents of some of the QPR Players

- The State of Football Finances: For Top-level clubs, it's pretty good.

- The 2009 Winner of the Golden Foot Award

- Flasbacks: QPR's Ex-CEO Mark Devlin, now at Barnet: Devlin Time at QPR (Almost a bygone era)

- Combatting Anti-Semitism in Football

- A Blogger: "Top Ten Meddling Chairman" (and at #1: Flavio Briatore!

- Flashback: The QPR Team vs Cheltenham from Seven Years ago

- Flashback: QPR's Chief Scout (or just "helping us out at QPR") Franco Ceravolo in the News

- Benito Carbone's Career Examined

- Wayne Routledge gets into top five Championship midfielders Actim ranking list...Three QPR Players in Actim Top 100 List: Wayne Routledge #22, Mikele Leigertwood #63 and Radek Cerny #83

- Flashback to a January 2009 Profile and Interview With Amit Bhatia

BBC - QPR duo to extend Salisbury loans
- Salisbury City manager Tommy Widdrington has agreed to extend the loan spells of Lee Brown and Joe Oastler from QPR.
- The teenagers' original deals are due to run out after Saturday's Blue Square Premier game at Stevenage Borough but the pair will stay for another month.
- Defender Brown and midfielder Oastler have played their part in helping the Whites go on a five-match unbeaten run.
The 19-year-olds are both professionals at Loftus Road BBC

- R's legend Rodney Marsh will be returning to Loftus Road this weekend, as the Hoops lock horns with high-flying Preston North End in the Coca Cola Championship.
- The former Rangers striker will be in the QPR Superstore between 1.30-2.00pm to sign copies of the popular Hooped Dreams book, available now for just £9.99.
- And as the roll out of our 'Be Our 12th Man' campaign continues, we've taken this opportunity to look back at an extract from Issue One of our popular QPR: The Official Magazine, when the man himself paid tribute to the R's faithful...
- Rodney Marsh has always got on well with the fans. There is one relationship in particular he describes as 'sensational, absolutely sensational,' but is at a loss as to the origins.
- "I don't know why it happened or how it happened. I would make mistakes and they'd cheer me. They started the 'Rod-nee' chant. When I first came I came with a reputation. They sung that to take the mick. But after I scored 20 goals it became an original and iconic chant.
- "Other teams copied it, using other people's names, but it was a Rangers fan's original. The relationship was special and genuine and even after Stan (Bowles) came, they used the chant but with his name. I always had that affinity with the supporters."
- It's no surprise then that Marsh will always consider QPR as the closest to his heart. "My Club is QPR, I don't deny that to anyone. QPR was the happiest time of my football life. QPR

- Rodney Marsh Turns Sixty-Five: Memories, Photos, Videos

- The Success of the Crystal Palace Academy

- Dennis Wise Gets a New Job

- Ecclestone Defends his Briatore Comments

- Happy Birthday to Four QPR Men: Alan McDonald, Paul Goddard, Chris Plummer and Don Howe

- Flashback: The QPR Accounts of 2000

- Video Snippet: "On This Day" - QPR CRUSHING Everton 5-0

- Flashback: John Gregory-Gianni Paladini Fan Forum Report

- Alex Ferguson Apologizes

- 2009-2010 Managerial Departures

- FACTS &STATS: QPR Attendance Stats Over the Years

- Starting the Second Year of the QPR Report Messageboard

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