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Wednesday, November 04, 2009

QPR Report Wednesday...Palace Match Reports and Comments...Flocking to See Raheem Sterling

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- QPR 1 Crystal Palace 1: Compilation of Match Reports and Managerial Comments

- QPR's new "Sponsorship Partner," TOYO: Who They actually Are!

- Ex-QPR Simon Barker Turns 45

- Ex-QPR Simon Walton Still Struggling to Make the Team

- Richard Langley Will NOT be Joining Mansfield

- Q&A With The Suppporters - At Notts County! Executive Chairman (Trembling) and Director of Football (Eriksson) Ninety Minute Q&A With Supporters Club

- Clubs Backing "Help For Heroes"

- Three Year Flashback: QPR 4 Crystal Palace 2

- Accrington Stanley Safe

Liverpool Daily Post/Neil Turner - Raheem Sterling is the star turn of England under-16s Victory Shield clash at Chester’s Deva Stadium
- A CLUTCH of Premier League, Serie A, and La Liga representatives will be present at the Deva Stadium tomorrow night, when England under-16s entertain Northern Ireland in a Victory Shield international.
- The main subject of the interest is 14-year-old Queens Park Rangers striker Raheem Sterling, who has been described by one pundit as the next Theo Walcott.
- The head of QPR youth development Steve Gallen enthused: “He is very popular with his team mates, and has bags of potential.”
- City secretary Tony Allan, who has been handling the inquiries for tickets from the multi millionaire clubs, said: “The interest in the game has been tremendous. A number of players who will more than likely progress to the top level will be on show, and it has all the makings of an extremely exciting evening.
- “To be invited to stage a prestigious international match like this is a tremendous honour for Chester City, everybody connected with the club is looking forward to it.”
- The Victory Shield, which has been contested since 1919, is a four-nation competition involving England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
- Tomorrow’s game, which will be televised live by Sky Television, kicks off at 7.40pm. Admission is £5 for adults, and £1 for concessions. ..." Liverpool Daily Post
- [Earlier stories re Raheem Sterling]

- Former QPR Manager, Gordon Jago: Still Going Strong: Profile/Interview

- Helguson Called up for Iceland Squad

- Ipswich £35 Million in Debt. Lost £10 Million in Past Year Alone (when Jim Magilton was manager!)

- Curbishley Wins Dismissal Case vs West Ham

- Charity Appeal: Help Sponsor QPR Supporter's Charity Run for Down's Syndrome Association -- Donation Page

- QPR Month-by-Month Results and Season Stats

- Old Football Magazines Covers With QPR

- Old QPR Photos: Latest Updated

- Comparing QPR's Current League Position With Past Three Seasons - Virtually same as last season at this point.

- Sousa Doing Well at Swansea
- Hull's Massive Debts and Wages
- Video Compilation: QPR's Greatest-Ever Goals
- Kick-It-Out Panel on Racism and Anti-Semitism
- A View on Who Should Own/Run a Football Club (In this Instance: Glasgow Rangers)

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