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Friday, January 01, 2010

QPR Report 2010! Ephraim and Helguson Returns...Helguson Wanted by Newcastle/Watford?...QPR Seek First FA Cup Win Since January 2001

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- Nice piece reflecting so well on QPR Fans by a Plymouth Man

- Factoid: QPR's Last FA Cup win: January 2001 2-1 win against Luton in a replay (first game, QPR got a lucky 3-3 draw)! (In next Round, crushed by Arsenal)

- Sheffield United Previews

- Q&A With Kaspars Gorkss [Corrected Link]

- Interesting Map showing QPR's various grounds over the years

- The Sun: Dowie to Reading?

- Ex-QPR Tony Currie Turns...Sixty!

- Decade Flashback: How QPR Started 2000 - with a win

- Recalling Pre-Season Predictions for how QPR Would Do in 2009-10

- Ex-QPR Loanee, Steven Reid to Cardiff? And Set to play for Blackburn

- Five Youngsters to Watch in 2010

- Bradford Announce they've sold almost 6,500 2010/11 Season Tickets!

QPR Official Site - HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Happy New Year from everyone at Queens Park Rangers Football Club.
Wishing you all a happy New Year and a prosperous 2010.
Come on you R's! QPR

Helguson Returns to QPR Virgin - Iceland star out for Hornets - Watford will be without striker Heidar Helguson for their FA Cup third-round tie with Chelsea.
- The forward has returned to parent club QPR and although the Hornets are hoping to bring the former Fulham man back to Vicarage Road, they are likely to have to wait until next week to complete the deal."Virgin

- R's midfielder Hogan Ephraim has returned to W12 following the completion of his loan spell with League One high-fliers Leeds United.
The former West Ham United ace made two starts and two substitute appearances during his time with the Whites, scoring a solitary goal in the process.
Ephraim could be in line to return to the R's squad for Sunday's FA Cup third round tie against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. QPR
- December Flashback: Hogan pleads for Magilton's future

- Helguson to Watford Still up-in-the-air (and report Newcastle interested)
Watford Observer: "...The Hornets manager said: "Heidar is a player who has had a great impact for us and I think he enjoys being at the club and the people enjoy him being here. "We have had constant discussions with QPR and they have had a change of manager there so that will come into the equation as well, but we are talking to them about extending Heidar’s loan..." Report
Daily Mail - Newcastle turn to Heidar Helguson after Leeds rebuff £1.25m Jermaine Beckford bid Newcastle are considering a move for Heidar Helguson after having a £1.25million bid for Leeds United striker Jermaine Beckford rejected.
Iceland striker Helguson, 32, is on loan from QPR at Watford. Beckford, 26, is out of contract at the end of the season but Leeds are determined to keep him. Mail

- Could-have-been QPR Manager, Chris Coleman: Has never read a fan messageboard!
- "Q: Your recent comments about potentially selling players have been interpreted in a certain way by supporters on message boards, haven't they?
- A: Message boards? I’ve never read one in my life but sometimes my son looks at them and says ‘my God dad, what’s that all about? ..." Q&A

- Ex-QPR Adam Bolder on Derby and QPR
- MILLWALL'S former Derby County midfielder Adam Bolder has revealed his regret at leaving the Rams.
Bolder left Pride Park in January 2007 to join Queens Park Rangers for an undisclosed fee.
"Derby was a big part of my career," said Bolder, who made 181 appearances for the Rams, scoring 11 goals.
"I spent seven and a bit years there and it was a big decision to leave.
"Sometimes, looking back, I wish I had stayed.
"At the time, I had 18 months left on my contract and Billy Davies wanted me to stay but I wasn't playing regularly and I needed to be playing.
"Then the chance came up to go to QPR and work with John Gregory again, which was a good opportunity for me.
"I enjoyed my time there but part of me wishes I hadn't left Derby..." Derby Telegraph

QPR Official Site - WATSON RETURNS TO LATICS - Ben Watson has rejoined Wigan Athletic following the completion of his loan spell with QPR. The 24 year-old midfielder played 16 times for the R's, scoring two goals.
QPR FC would like to place on record its thanks to Ben during his time with the Club.

- Cardiff Target Midfielder Watson

- Updated: Portsmouth Financial Update

- New Years Honours: None for QPR!

- A QPR/Tampa Bay Rowdies Fan to be writing regularly reflecting Views of Rodney Marsh

- Four Year Flashback: Holloway Expresses Concern re His QPR Job (and Chairman Paladini Expresses his Support)

- Holloway's Teddy Bear Team Tactics

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