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Monday, October 10, 2011

QPR Report Monday Update

- This Week's "Spot The Ball" Competition

- 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

- Online Claim re Joe Barton and a Photo with an EDL leader...Update: QPR/Barton Denial

- Video of Taarabt's Goal this weekend from a Free Kick for Morocco Against Tanzania

- What Neil Warnock Did this Weekend: Watching Plymouth Play

- On this Day...Alan Wilks Set a Scoring Record with (all) Five Goals for QPR against Oxford United in the League Cup.

- Three Years Ago Today: Damiano Tommasi arrived (Briefly) at Loftus Road

- Eleven Years Ago Today: The George Nadah Million Pound Transfer to QPR Fell Through

- Five Year Anniversary: Tracy Stent's Trial Report Published online

- The Independent on Chelsea's Effort to Comply with the Financial Fair Play Ruling

- Update/"FOUND" - The QPR-supporting American from the Vietnam War!

- Next: Blackburn - Stats/Players who played for both clubs

- Sixty-first Birthday (Yesterday) for Ian Gillard (Played for QPR 1968-1982

- QPR in the Community Helping Older People

- QPR Thriving on Facebook

- (Corrected!) Flashback Video: Kevin Gallen Compilation

Tony Fernandes Blog - October 4, 2011

What a dream come true. Was a poor result on Sunday but that does not deter me . I love it.
- When you lose a class player like Traore and then his back up Connoley, it’s going to hurt. Then you bring Orr out and move Luke Young to the left side. And at warm up,Yiu – the third choice centre back pulls a hamstring. Total disruption.
- Anyway we get Gabiddon, and Traore back for Blackburn. Let’s see.
- Think we have a good squad, though it needs to be strengthened in the January transfer window. But this is a long road; we should be attacking more at home, maybe play with two strikers. it’s good to have Mackie back.
- But I’m thrilled. This year is about avoiding relegation, sorting out our future home, building a good squad, build new training facilities and a new academy and growing new commercial opportunities.
- I’m loving it! Going to be some tough weeks ahead but I love it when my back is against the wall. See you at Loftus Road Oct. 15. Tony Fernandes Blog

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