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Monday, November 09, 2009

QPR Report Monday: Sheffield Wednesday Reports...QPR Compared to Previous Seasons

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- QPR's Win at Sheffield Wednesday: Compilation of Reports and Comments

- Additional QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday Match Reports, photos and Video

- QPR Birthdays Today: Mike Flanagan (57) and (maybe!) Ben Watson (24)

- Ex-QPR Liam Miller Wins Scottish Premiership Player of The Month

- Alan McDonald's Job in Jeopardy?

- Ex-QPR CEO David Davies (Part of the "Gang of Three") New Job Update

- Two Year Flashback: Jarrett Arives. Jarrett Leaves...QPR Chairman on Ex-Manager Holloway's comments on QPR Wages

- Views Re Clubs/Poppy Wearing

- Several Perspectives re Clubs' Stadium Names Changes

- Telegraph "Taraabt will return from a successful loan spell with Queens Park Rangers in January to provide cover for Aaron Lennon." Telegraph

QPR's League Position/Points in Perspective

Updated Currently, November 9, 2009 (after Sheff Wed Game)
Newcastle 16 15 33
West Brom 16 17 31
Cardiff 16 14 27
QPR 16 12 27
Blackpool 16 9 27
Leicester 16 5 27

- A Year Ago (Nov 9, 2008) - QPR were 7th with 25 points from 16 games

- Two Years Ago (Nov 9, 2007) - 15 Points from 15 games
Watford 16 36
Charlton 16 28
West Brom 15 27
Bristol City 16 27
Wolverhampton 16 26
Ipswich 15 25
Blackpool 15 16
Cardiff 15 15
Preston 16 15
QPR 15 15
Crystal Palace 16 14
Norwich 16 9

- 2006-2007: After 18 games, QPR had 24 points

- 2005/2006: After 18 games, QPR had 24 points.

- 2004/2005, After 18 games, QPR had 30 points.

- FA Cup Results and Second Round Draw and Continued Importance of the Cup

- Spurs and Liverpool New Stadiums (stadia)- Big Money Naming Rights

- QPR Interest in Peterbrough Captain, Russell Martin?

The People November 2009 - Man City set for Moussa Sissoko £20m raid
- Manchester City are lining up a £20million raid for French midfielder Moussa Sissoko.
- And Eastlands boss Mark Hughes is ready to win the race for QPR wonderboy Raheem Sterling.
- Moneybags City have made Toulouse star Sissoko their leading target in the January transfer window and it is believed that super-agent Pini Zahavi is trying to engineer a transfer....
- City were impressed by Sterling, 14, when he made his international debut last week and are set to match QPR's £1m-plus asking price.
- He was sensational for England Under-16s, turning the game against Northern Ireland in the Victory Shield when he set up both goals in a 2-0 win.
- Boss Jim Magilton wants to play Sterling in his first team when he turns 15 next month - as People Sport revealed last week - but he could be gone even sooner because of the hype currently surrounding the player.
- City talent-spotters Brian Marwood and Brian Kidd watched in amazement and started work on teeing-up the deal after the match.
- Sterling looks unlikely to sign a contract being offered by QPR, and we can reveal Arsenal have also made an approach and would pay £500,000. Manchester United and Liverpool are both interested
. - People

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

- Clubs Backing "Help For Heroes"

- Old Football Magazines Covers With QPR

- Old QPR Photos: Latest Updated

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

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