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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

QPR Report Wednesday Snippets


- John Terry Allegations: Media Articles/Reactions
- 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

- VIDEO: QPR's Greatest Goals (A QPR-Produced Compilation from three years ago, so recent goals absent. Plus of course, some of the greatest goals were not in a front of a TV Camera.)

- Five Years Ago Today: AKUTRS Published "An Apology to Chairman Gianni Paladini"

- Next: Tottenham Hotspurs - The QPR-Spurs Connection

- Audio: QPR's Terry Mancini Talking re QPR, Arsenal and Ireland

- QPR Fan Podcast "Open All Rs"

- "On This Day..." Don Masson Joined QPR...QPR Played Manchester United for First time In Division One

- Next Stop for "The Four Year Plan" - Amsterdam


Posted on: Tue 25 Oct 2011

The Club is aware of an alleged racist incident in Sunday's Barclays Premier League fixture between QPR and Chelsea at Loftus Road.

The Football Association are now expected to conduct enquiries into the alleged incident.

QPR Chairman, Tony Fernandes, commented: "Queens Park Rangers Football Club does not condone racism in any way, shape or form.

"As a Club, we will provide our players with our unequivocal support when alleged incidents like this occur.

"The Club has, and will continue to support Kick It Out's One Game, One Community initiative, football's equality and inclusion campaign.

"However, we are keen to draw a line under this alleged incident and focus on our forthcoming fixtures, starting with Sunday's London derby at Spurs."

The Club will be making no further comment at this stage. QPR

- This of course, in its essence is really a Chelsea/John Terry story rather than a QPR Story: Media Articles/Reactions

From Sunday's People

Warnock gets tough with QPR bad boys

Oct 23 2011 by Tom Hopkinson, The People

NEIL WARNOCK will hit his rag-tag mob of QPR stars in the pocket if they step out of line after implementing a stringent new set of fines at the club.

The Rangers manager told his dressing room last week that they would be punished for misdemeanours which include being late for training and players who get needlessly booked now face big penalties as well.

Warnock, whose side host west London rivals Chelsea today, has introduced the measures in a bid to keep his gaggle of waifs and strays in line.

QPR fans were shocked to see Moroccan Adel Taarabt leaving Craven Cottage during the 6-0 defeat by Fulham and Shaun Wright-Phillips has found himself in hot water with his manager over yellow cards in his last two games.

Last week new captain Joey Barton appeared to question Taarabt’s work-rate and attitude, and Warnock is facing an increasingly difficult task to keep unity in the Loftus Road dressing room. People

- Video of a young Ian Holloway and Flashback Six Years: Q & A With QPR Manager Ian Holloway (Just after "The Boardroom Coup")

- Helping Old Players: Something QPR could do well to emulate Chelsea (and I believe, other clubs)

- Year Flashback: QPR Officially Deny "No Lippi!"

- Three Year Flashback: Briatore Involvement with the Team

- On This Day, Three Years Ago: Briatore Axes Dowie

- Sven Erickson after a year

- A Drunk Czech Ref

- 11 Year Flashback: Gerry Francis Talking about QPR Finances

- Almost Three Year Flashback: Club-Fan Meet

- Flashback: Recalling "ReBuild QPR"

- Manchester City's Balotelli Starts a Fire!

- Three Years Ago Today: An Open Letter from Amit Bhatia

- Football's Fight Against Racism, Anti-Semitism, Homophobia, etc Week (Fortnight)

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