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Friday, May 14, 2010

QPR Report Friday Snippets: Warnock Confirms Mackie Interest...On This Day: QPR Reached Playoff Final...Last Won a Championship...Appointed Iain Dowie


- Commemorating QPR's Last League Title: Twenty-Seven Years Ago Today

- QPR REPORT Available on TWITTER!

- For continuously updated throughtout the day news about QPR - as well for football only-discussion: Also visit the football-only, QPR Report Messageboard/quasi-blog

- Congratulations to QPR's Michael Harriman on his Republic of Ireland U-18 Appearance.

- Seven Years Ago Today: QPR Beat Oldham to Reach the Playoff Final!

- And remembering the Cardiff Hotel Fire Alarm!

- Two Years ago Today: QPR appointed Iain Dowie as QPR Manager (or actually "First Team Coach")

- Two Years Ago: Briatore Talking about QPR as a "Global Brand"

- Danny Shittu Looks Forward to South Africa World Cup

- No National Anthem for Blackpool vs Cardiff Playoff Final

- QPR's Early Bird Deadline Extended a Couple of Weeks

Plymouth Herald - QPR manager Neil Warnock confirms interest in Argyle striker Mackie
Jamie Mackie

QUEENS Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock has confirmed his interest in Plymouth Argyle striker Jamie Mackie.
But the former Pilgrims' boss stopped short of making a commitment to take the 24-year-old to Loftus Road.
Mackie was linked with a £500,000 move to QPR by one national newspaper yesterday, and the report also stated Mackie had been to London for talks with Rangers.
Warnock told Herald Sport: "He's one of a number of players we are looking at. Other than that, I haven't got anything else to say on the subject."
Argyle are ready to let Mackie, who was their eight-goal top scorer this season, leave after their relegation from the Championship.
But they want to make sure they get the best deal possible for themselves, as well as for Mackie.
He was signed from Exeter City for £145,000 in January 2008, and a 20 per cent sell-on clause was also agreed.
So the Grecians would pick up £100,000 should Mackie be sold for £500,000.
Mackie has been mentioned as a target for two other Championship clubs — Derby County and Sheffield United.
However, he was born in Surrey, so a move to QPR, who are set to make a big splash in the transfer market this summer, would probably appeal more to him. Mackie, who can also play in a wide midfield role, has made 102 appearances for Argyle and scored 16 goals..."Plymouth Herald

- List of Games Shown on London Weekend's "The Big Match" During the late 1960s, the 1970s and much of the 1980s. Unfortunately, NOT the videos themselves!

- (Once Again) No QPR in Irish Milk Cup International Youth Tournament

- 1970/71 Video: Rodney Marsh Scoring for QPR vs Hull

- Further Premier League Clubs "Bullying/Taking Advantage" of Smaller Clubs

- Doncaster Rovers Win Championship "Fair Play" Award

- Coming in July: Soccerex-Asia Conference

- Query: re Gordon Jago's Absence from Player of Year Dinner - The reason?

- QPR's 2009/2010 Stats: Attendances, Appearances, Goalscorers, Etc

QPR Interest in Non-League Goalie: Bexhill United's Ben Oakman

- Football Fan Census: QPR Fans' View of Club Kits
"Dear QPR fan - We're running a short survey on club kits, what did you think of your club's 2009-2010 season kit, which manufacturer offers the best kits, how do football shirts compare to other tops in terms of value for money?... Football Fan Census

- $250,000 to Rent Loftus Road?

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