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Friday, October 08, 2010

QPR Report Friday: QPR Players The Best in the Championship!...Scottish Mackie...Oastler at Torquay

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- QPR's Oastler Training With Torquay "...[Torquay] United have also had a look at young QPR defender Joe Oastler, 20, who was training with them at yesterday's Plainmoor session." - This is South Devon

- Flashback: The QPR Financial Accounts of 2000 (Near the End of the Chris Wright Era)

- Faking The Football Fans Attending a Game!

- Jamie Mackie Wins His First Scottish Cap in today's Euro qualifier vs Czech Republic.

- Increase in Young Football Hooligans

- Old QPR (and other Football clubs) DVDs Available

- Forthcoming: Another Biography of Bernie Ecclestone

- On This Day: QPR's First-Ever Win in Division One..Mick Harford's First QPR Win...and Cranie Joins on Loan

- VIDEO: Bolivia's President playing football, deliberately kicks an opponent in "The groin."

- Next: Antonio Caliendo's Golden Foot Awards

- Chichester Axe Manager During Game

- Top Ten Managerial Bustups

The Latest Actim Index Championship Rankings

- Best Goalie: Paddy Kenny

- Best Defender: Kaspars Gorkss

- Best Midfielder: Adel Taarabt
(+5th Best Midfielder: Ephraim Hogan)

- Best Striker: Jamie Mackie

(+ # 5th Best Striker: Heidar Helguson


Eight QPR Players in top 25

#1 Mackie
#2 Gorkss
#3 Taarabt

#8 Helguson
#13 Ephraim
#14 Kenny

#22 Connolly
#24 Derry

#43 Hill


- Jamie Mackie was as excited as a kid in a sweet shop when www.qpr.co.uk caught up with him on Friday morning.
- Buoyed by being named npower Championship Player of the Month for September just 24 hours earlier, the 25 year-old now has his sights firmly set on making his Scotland debut against the Czech Republic in Prague tonight.
- Speaking from the team hotel in the capital City, Mackie expressed his excitement at the prospect of lining up for the Scots in their Euro 2012 qualifier at the Synot Tip Arena.
- "I'm really looking forward to the game against the Czechs," he told www.qpr.co.uk.
- "It would mean so much to me and my family to pull on the famous Scotland shirt."
- Mackie added: "I've settled in really well.
- "There are always going to be nerves when you join up with your new colleagues for the first time, but the lads have been great with me, like they were at QPR following my switch from Plymouth in the summer.
- "Craig Levein has been great with me.
- "He's a completely different Manager to Neil Warnock, but I've enjoyed the training and there's a good feeling in the squad."
- *Any R's fans who want to see Jamie in action tonight can do so by tuning in to BBC One Scotland - Sky channel 971. QPR

- Shepherd's Bush "Institution" Closing?

- Three Year Flashback: Three Different Tabloids have Warnock, Venables and Adams as the Next QPR Manager

- "Leaders in Football" Conference Held

- QPR Official Supporters Club Fundraiser, October 30

- "Rebranding" Crystal Palace?

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