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Monday, August 23, 2010

QPR Report Monday Update: 2010/11 Team Photo...Two Transfer Listed...The "ITK" Video...Warnock & (Jamie) Redknapp on Taarabt...OTD


- That and photos of the various Individual QPR Players of 2010/11 Available for Purchase from QPR

-For QPR and Football Updates throughout the day, also check the QPR Report Messageboard/quasi-blog. Join in or just read the various QPR and football-only discussions!

- An invitation to QPR Supporters across the globe! Whatever country. Whatever continent. Whatever age. Whatever Perspective: Come post on the growing, truly-International, QPR and football-only QPR Report Messageboard

- For any messageboard reader (from any club) who's ever read an ostensibly ITK ("IN THE KNOW") POSTER: A brief really brilliant video - "The In The Know Video"

- And a Cartoon Video "Response" from one of the QPR Messageboard Community's Prime (Ostensible) "ITK"

- Jamie Redknapp/The Mail on Adel Taarabt - "...He's just magic
- Get along to see Adel Taarabt of QPR; there isn't a better footballer outside the Barclays Premier League. He sometimes needs a ball of his own, which is why Spurs let him go, but the Moroccan is a magician. QPR have won three from three and he's in super form. Where does he play? Everywhere! His positional discipline is not the best, but he has dazzling skills. Mail

TELEGRAPH/Neil Trains - QPR manager Neil Warnock says Adel Taarabt is 'breath of fresh air' at Loftus Road
- “...If he could put the teamwork into his game, the sky’s the limit. I’ve never seen anybody with ability like his. QPR fans have been spoilt, with Rodney Marsh and Sam Bowles,” Warnock said. “Taarabt is a breath of fresh air. At 61, I’ve never seen anyone like him in my life. That’s why I spent so long to make sure he signed.”
- He took three months trying to convince Taarabt to sign a three-year contract and such persistence was justified again.
- In the first half, everything QPR attempted was channelled through his sleight of foot and subtle tricks. A drop of the shoulder here, a step-over and a drag-back there, the ball was magnetised to his bootlaces and he created both goals to propel his side to the top of the table....” Telegraph

- See Compilation of QPR Vs Scunthorpe Match Reports and Comments

Fulham Chronicle/Jacob Murtagh - QPR duo put on transfer list
- NEIL Warnock has placed Gary Borrowdale and Pat Agyemang on the transfer list.
- QPR defender Borrowdale has failed to feature in the league this season, while striker Agyemnag hasn't played at all, with the pair both spending loan spells away from Loftus Road at the end of last year.
- And as part of a last-week clearout before the transfer deadline kicks in, Rangers are set to circulate the names of the duo as Warnock nurtures hopes of bringing in two new faces to beef up his forward line. Fulham Chronicle

- American Youth Player Tries Out With QPR

- JNet Radio Monday night (August 23) from 9:00 Pm: "First QPR fans forum, with ex Chief Executive and fan Mark Devlin, Mark Flack ("Funky") and Pete Davies" ("QBlockPete") - Call 020 89067777and emails studio@jnetradio.com - www.jnetradio.com

- Flashback: Jimmy Greaves Acknowledges Not a Goal vs QPR

- Pellicori Set for Italy Return?

- Joey Barton Nazi Salute?

- Bournemouth's Brett Pittman (Supposedly Wanted by QPR) Set for Bristol City

ON THIS DAY: Crushing Derby...Kevin Gallen's Injury...David Seaman's QP Debut

- Thirty-Five years ago today: August 23, 1975: Derby County 1 QPR 5.:
One of QPR's greatest-ever away results: QPR travelled to then-League Champions Derby County and won 5-1 at the Baseball Ground. A Stan Bowles hatrick with additional goals from Dave Thomas and Dave Clement. Making the result even more impressive, QPR played without their regular center-backs David Webb and Frank McClintock; and instead had inexperienced reserve defenders: Ron Abbott (formerly a center-forward) and Tonny Tagg. QPR's team that day: Parkes - Clement Abbott Tagg Gillard - Masson Francis Leach - Thomas Bowles Givens - Sub: Beck.

Fourteen years ago today since Kevin Gallen got that terrible career-changing injury playing at Portsmouth: August 23rd 1996. After scoring on opening day at home to Oxford, Gallen scored twice in QPR's first away game at Portsmouth. Unfortunately in scoring that second goal, he got injured with a cruciate knee injury; missed the rest of the season. And to a great extent was never quite the same again.

Also on this day: August 23, 1986: Southampton 5 QPR 1 - David Seaman QPR Debut
. Dave Seaman made his QPR debut on opening day, as QPR lost 5-1 at Southampton (Colin Clarke hatrick for Southampton) QPR's team include Alan Brazil as sub.
QPR's Team Seaman - Neil McDonald Chivers Dawes - Fereday James M. Allen Robinson - Byrne Bannister Sub: Brazil

Five Years Ago: August 23, 2005, Northampton 3 QPR 0 and QPR went out of the cup.
Ian Evatt made his debut (and was sent off). Also playing for QPR and making his full QPR debut: Ugo Ukah. QPR's team that night was ...Royce, Ukah, Evatt, Shimmin, Milanese, Miller, Bircham (Baidoo 59), Bean, Brown (Bignot 46), Gallen, Moore. - Subs Not Used: Cole, Hislop, Bailey. -

- QPR Take Part in National Masters Championship, September 5

- VIDEO: 1990 Liverpool vs QPR

- VIDEO "QPR Gotcha Oscars" (Non-Playing)

- The Continuing Problem of Football Hooliganism/Football Fan Violence

- Marlon King Apparently set to Sign for Coventry: Coventry Manager Boothroyd "It will be a Coup for the Club"

- Paul The Psychic Octopus Supports England 2018 World Cup Bid!

- World Blind Football Championships: It's Brazil Vs Spain in the Final

- As Part of "Non League Day" - Come Support Harrow

- Forty-Five Years Ago Yesterday: QPR Now Under Jim Gregory and Starting a Relationship with the Allen Family, started their 1965/66 Season Disastrously!

- Ex-QPR Youth Goalie, Liam O'Brien Set to Go Out On Loan From Portsmouth

- Bristol City Set for Bournemouth's Brett Pittman who turned down Blackpool

- Jamie Mackie Ranked #1 in the Championship (Seven QPR player ranked in top 40 of Championship)

- 2009/10 VIDEO: Chelsea Reserves Defeating QPR Reserves

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