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Monday, November 14, 2011

QPR Report Monday Update: The Morgan Twins Turn Sixty-Five

- The Morgan Twins Turn Sixty-Five

- 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

- Next Showing of "The Four Year Plan" - Amsterdam This week

- Next: STOKE City- Past Results...Played for Both Clubs

- Birthdays for Chris Woods, Keith Curle and On This Day: Ron Hunt's one QPR Goal!

- Thirty Years Ago Today: Simon Stainrod's QPR Hatrick at Hillbrough

- Pellicori and Alberti Updates

- Napoli reportedly Interested in QPR Players


- The QPR Poppy Shirts for Charity: Where are They?

- An Ongoing Query: What's the status of the QPR Official Supporters Club (OSC)?

- Recalling QPR's 1976-77 Season: Photos and Articles from the Bushman Archives

- On This Day...Five Year Flashback: QPR Axe recently-appointed CEO, Graham Mackrell


Ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, QPR Manager Neil Warnock and Shaun Wright Phillips, Jay Bothroyd and Heidar Helguson unveiled the latest update to the Team Lotus T128 livery, the QPR Club crest that will now enjoy prominent branding on the F1 team's race cars for the remaining two races of the 2011 season and beyond.

In addition, Caterham branding will also soon be seen at Loftus Road, giving even more exposure to the brand across all global media platforms where the Barclays Premier League is broadcast and covered.

Tony Fernandes, QPR Chairman and Team Lotus Team Principal, told www.qpr.co.uk: "Since we took over QPR, the teams at the Football Club, Caterham Cars and our F1 team have been working on a number of dual-brand initiatives that will create both brand and business value for the respective businesses, and will create exciting programmes for the fans and customers of each brand.

"Today's unveiling of the QPR logo on our F1 car is the first and most obvious sign of those partnerships, and more will be announced in due course."

QPR CEO, Philip Beard, added: "We are obviously very proud to see our Club's crest on the F1 cars here in Abu Dhabi and it is great news for our team and our fans that QPR will be lining up with Team Lotus in the races here and in Brazil.

"Exciting times lie ahead for our Football Club and all of Tony and his fellow shareholders' interests in F1 and roadcars, and we are delighted to be able to show how closely we are working together here and at Loftus Road." QPR

- See also Pitpass re QPR/Lotus

- Birthday for The Player QPR Chose Over Tony Currie (Turns Sixty-Two)

- Three Years Ago: The Top 20 U-18 Players in England

- Harry Redknapp Goes on Trial in January

- Newcastle's Managing Director Disparaging Keegan and Shearer

- FA Youth Cup Third Round: QPR Play Crewe or Huddersfield

- An Additional Prison Sentence for Moggi

- Neil Warnock/Independent Column:
Off in Asia to check on a player; Speculates re a name change in Loftus Road but says just speculating; won't start tweeting...Taarabt off in Morrocco so wasnt at the paintballing...speaks of defensive mistakes vs Man City Independent

- Fourteen Years Ago: QPR Linked to David Pleat as their new manager - as Chairman Chris Wright talks about the kind of manager QPR were looking for"

- Two Indian Trialist (Includ Sunil Chhetri, who almost played for QPR a couple of years ago) Trialing at the OTHER Rangers!

- Agyemang back at Loftus Road (Nothing on the Official Site - Nor was there anything re return of Hewitt)

- New Official QPR App for Iphone

- Bernie Ecclestone/German Trial Appearance - Snippet re QPR

- Trial get underway for Former QPR Director, Kevin Steele (on Non-QPR Related matter)

- Competition Contest Suspended!!

London 24/Tom Moore -Poll: Which out-of-contract QPR player would you keep?
Vote in our poll and we will reveal the results next week. London 24

- A NEW BOOK ABOUT QPR: Just out: a new personal account by a QPR fan, John "gramps" Clifford of what it was like following QPR in the old days (The late 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.) The Book's title is "Queen's Park Rangers: The Old Days (1939-1970)" and includes a forword by former QPR (Three-time) player, Mark Lazarus, and former longtime QPR Club Secretary, Ron Phillips -Foreward by Mark Lazarus. Introduction by Ron Phillips - BOOK ORDER DETAILS

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