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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

QPR Report Wednesday: Football Snippets and QPR Flashbacks re Ray Harford, Iain Dowie, Vinnie Jones, Gianni Paladini & Steffan Moore


- Throughout the day, the QPR Report Messageboard has news updates, comments and perspectives - even links to other board comments of interest re QPR matters (on and off the field) along with football (and ONLY football) topics in general....Also Follow: QPR REPORT ON TWITTER

- Last Night's QPR Podcast with Amit Bhatia Can be Heard Here

- Video (from QPR Player): Amit Bhatia Interview re QPR

- In a Youth Cup Game: Six from Bath City Sent Off Over Underpants!

- Six Years Ago Today: Gianni Paladini Officially Named QPR Chairman - and issues Statement

- Thirteen Years Ago Today: Ray Harford Resigns as QPR Manager. And in a "Shock Move," Iain Dowie rather than Vinnie Jones is named as Acting Manager. (Soon to be replaced by Gerry Francis!)

- Birthday for Steffan Moore...Flashback to his QPR Signing and what was Said

- Repost: Brief snippet re a QPR-supporting soldier during the Vietnam War

- A Look at Coventry's "Mysterious" Ownership: MP Calls for Transparency

- NEXT: Fulham QPR-Fulham Stats/Shared Players/Previews: Photos from the Bushman Archive Collection

- Charges Dropped Against Peter Ridsdale

- Football 365 Premiership Stats:
"...* Only two of their 19 shots against Aston Villa were on target.
* Paddy Kenny has made only 13 saves in six Premier League games this season.
* No QPR player has scored in three matches at Loftus Road."

Mirror - SWP facing an FA charge after C-word tweet

Shaun Wright-Phillips has been warned by the FA after sending an offensive message on Twitter.

The Queens Park Rangers and England midfielder found himself in trouble after re-tweeting a crude message that was sent to him.

Wright-Phillips apologised to the FA after they wrote to him, demanding an explanation for the tweet - which contained the C-word.

It is understood the offending tweet was initially sent to Wright-Phillips by a fan of Manchester City, the club he joined Rangers from this summer.

FA officials, who were alerted to the tweet when the 29-year-old re-tweeted it, launched an immediate investigation.

Wright-Phillips formally apologised for his actions but was still issued with a written warning.

The former Chelsea and Manchester City winger was told by the FA that his conduct was unacceptable and that a repeat would see him face a misconduct charge. Mirror

- Three Years Ago Yesterday: QPR Issue Official Statement Denying and Discussion to change the name of the Club from Queens Park Rangers!

- Flashback: Then Manager John Gregory on a continued QPR role for axed Manager Gary Waddock at QPR

- Clive Whittingham/Loftforwords Interviews Makers of "The Four Year Plan" Documentary re QPR

- Open All R's Podcast Tonight with Amit Bhatia

- Luton Player Hits Dressing Wall/Breaks Hand!

- RIP: UAE Backflip Penalty Taker Dies

- Blackburn Off to India Just prior to playing QPR!


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