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Monday, February 07, 2011

QPR Report Monday Updates and Flashbacks


- 41 Years Ago Today: FA Cup Fifth Round - QPR 1 Derby 0
- Throughout the day, updates, comments and perspectives re QPR and football in general are posted and discussed on the QPR Report Messageboard...Also Follow: QPR REPORT ON TWITTER
- QPR History Update From The Son of The Man Who Built Loftus Road.

- Reading 0 QPR 1: Compilation of Reports and Managerial Comments

- Next Nottingham Forest: Stats & Previews

- From the Son of the Man Who Built Loftus Road

- Four years Ago: The China Brawl

- Five Years Ago (Yesterday) Ian Holloway Axed (Placed on "Gardening Leave")

- Zesh Rehman on His Move to Thailand

- Ten Years Ago: Carlisle and Langley Injured for the Season

- 44 Years Ago: QPR Reach the League Cup Final beating Birmingham at Loftus Road

- Benni McCarthy Fined 200,000 Pounds by West Ham

- Final Ten: Vote for Mitre Goal of the Year - None QPR, but one of Finalist Goals by Ex-QPR Player

- If QPR Get Promoted, one perspective of which players are good enough for Premiership

- QPR's Park Royal Stadium

- New Job for Ex-QPR Deputy Managing Director, Ali Russell

IMS SCOUTING - Sporting Lisbon eye move for QPR midfield maestro Adel Taarabt
February 07, 2011

- Sporting Lisbon are reportedly eying a summer swoop for QPR midfield maestro Adel Taarabt .
- According to Portuguese sources, Sporting have been following the Moroccan for some time, and with great interest.
- The 21-year-old former Tottenham player has been a sensation for the Championship leaders in their promotion push this season, and has apparently also sparked interest from Arsenal and Manchester United.
- He has scored 14 goals and set up 10 this term, giving him a staggering efficiency ratio of a goal or assist every 99.63 minutes. IMS Scouting

And this was before our 1-0 win at Reading

Football League

It's goals that win games but conceding them can so often prove costly , so it's no surprise to see the teams that are doing well also topping the clean sheet table.

npower Championship
- Queens Park Rangers have spent a large proportion of the season top of the table and that's down largely to the fact they've kept 16 sheets from their 29 games so far.
- Of the other 13 games when they have been breached, they've only conceded 18 goals, the lowest in the entire Football League.
- For Swansea City clean sheets have become something of a habit, they secured the most in the division last season with 24, and have carried that on so far as they sit just behind QPR with 14.
- They currently sit third in the npower Championship table but they have scored the lowest number of goals in the top 11, making the clean sheets even more important.
- Millwall sit third in the clean sheet table with 13, just one ahead of Hull City.
- It's probably no surprise to see the division's bottom side Preston North End having secured the least number of shut outs so far.
- Phil Brown's side have managed to keep out the opposition on just three occasions so far, a statistic they share with Portsmouth. North End have conceded 49 goals in the other 24 games at an average of over two a game....

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Please note statistics are based on information supplied by the Press Association.


QPR 17
Millwall 14
Swansea City 14
Hull City 12
Bristol City 10
Nottm Forest 10
Crystal Palace 9
Coventry City 9
Burnley 8
Barnsley 8
Norwich City 8
Reading 8
Cardiff City 7
Sheffield Utd 7
Leicester City 7
Leeds United 7
Sc**thorpe 7
Ipswich Town 6
Derby County 6
Watford 6
Middlesbrough 6
Doncaster 5
Preston 3
Portsmouth 3 Football League

- England Squad Announced (including Kyle Walker)

- Hooligans Jailed after West End Battle

-Update on an Ex-QPR Youth Coach

: 44 Years Ago Today: QPR Reach Wembley

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