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Monday, January 04, 2010

QPR Report Monday Snippets: Taylor Departs...Sheffield United Reports...QPR/India...Recalling The QPR-Chelsea "Union"

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- Sheffield United 1 QPR 1: Compilation of Match Reports and Managerial Comments

- Current Championship Promotion (and Relegation) Odds

- Two Year Flashback: Fitz Hall Joins QPR on a 4 1/2 Year Deal

- Ex-QPR Warren Barton: Where Is He Now?

- Young goalkeeper Rhys Taylor has returned to Chelsea following the completion of his loan spell in W12.
- Taylor was signed as back-up to Radek Cerny following Tom Heaton's return to Manchester United.
- The Club would like to place on the record its thanks to Rhys and wish him every success for the future. QPR

Three Year Flashback - Gregory hails Chelsea union
Clubcall: January 4, 2007 - John Gregory is hopeful Queens Park Rangers can maintain their union with Premiership champions Chelsea after picking up Jimmy Smith and Michael Mancienne.
The on-loan Blues pair have shone for Rangers this term despite an inconsistent season and Gregory has constantly sung the pair's praises.
And the R's boss is hopeful the arrival of the pair is the first step of a developing relationship.
- "The relationship we have with Chelsea is a thriving one," said Gregory.
"They conduct themselves particularly well with us and have shown us tremendous respect.
"Chelsea have a representative watching Jimmy and Michael at every one of our games.
"Jimmy and Michael play with so much passion for Rangers. They are not even our players, which proves that they are fantastic professionals." Clubcall

October 4, 2008" Telegraph/Jeremy Wilson -Ray Wilkins fears billionaires will cost QPR
"...QPR is very much a family club and it would be lovely to think you could always keep that identity," said Wilkins. "But if Bernie Ecclestone and Briatore are serious in what they are doing you could lose that little bit of the heart and family atmosphere that belongs to Loftus Road.
"A lot of these guys - not so much Bernie Ecclestone and Flavio Briatore - have a lot of money but are not known in the world. The one way they can be known is to buy a football club because they will be straight on the back page of every newspaper in the country.
"But they are extremely successful businessmen and I wouldn't have thought they are going into this too lightly. They have bought Luigi de Canio from Italy as manager; he's obviously a man who knows his stuff, and the results in the last couple of weeks would bear that out..."

- QPR/India continues: Stephen Gallen (in India for QPR) on Indian Football
- See also: QPR Involved in Indian Football Project and Bhatia and Saksena Both Play.

- Oh-oh at Cardiff City
- 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)

- Remembering Dean Parrett Sale - and what was said
- 40 Years ago: The End of the Les Allen Managership

- Four Year Flashback: Holloway Concerned about his job and Club Statement
- Article - "Scouting Key to Finding Potential Bargains"
- Nice piece reflecting so well on QPR Fans by a Plymouth Man

- Q&A With Kaspars Gorkss
- Map showing QPR's various grounds over the years
- Recalling Pre-Season Predictions for how QPR Would Do in 2009-10

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