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Thursday, October 01, 2009

Wonderful Off-The-Field Article re QPR...Paul Furlong Turns 41...Flashback: John Gregory Axed

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- "Flavio Should Crash Out of QPR" - LoftforWords' Clive Whittingham/Evening Standard Blog

- Compilation of Newcastle-QPR Match Reports

- Next Match: Swansea Away

- Turning Forty-one and still playing (and scoring) in the Football League: Paul Furlong --- Playing/Scoring Stats --- Furlong Season-by-season Games/Goals----- Paul Furlong/Wikipedia

- Flashback: John Gregory Axed; Harford Acting Manager; and Replacements Touted

- Two Years to the day later: Today's Announcement: "Luton Parts Company with Mick [Harford]"

- The continually-updated QPR Nostalgia Photos Compilation (Feel free to add to)

- QPR Youth Defeat of Southend Youth - QPR's Gallen Comments

- The ongoing "debate" about using the term "Yids" to apply to Spurs

Ian Winwood/Daily Mirror - How Queens Park Rangers and the Tiger Cubs restored my faith in football
- Last weekend I saw something that reminded me of a time when not everything connected to football was about branding, image, sponsorship or money.
- During the half time break at Loftus Road – where Queens Park Rangers were on their way to beating Barnsley - the pitch was occupied by the kids who make up the Tiger Cubs, a football team devoted to children with Down’s Syndrome.
- I hope I don’t sound patronising saying this – if I do, I apologise – but the sight of these kids hoofing a football into one of the goals before peeling off toward the crowd (one lad doing a cartwheel, another with his shirt hoisted over his head) made a fantastic impression. This at a time when football so often does just the opposite.
- Queens Park Rangers have nothing to gain from the Tiger Cubs other than to remind everyone in attendance of something that is too often forgotten: that football clubs are part of the community, and the community is part of the club. That, as much as anything, is what it is there for.
- On Saturday it was these kids’ turn to have a kick of the ball: they enjoyed it and I enjoyed it too. Mirror

- Goodbye to Coca Cola

- Note: WBA vs QPR on Live TV. Game Date Changed from December 12 to December 14.

- "Hiring and Retaining a Good Front Office Team"

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