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Friday, December 23, 2011

QPR Report Friday: QPR Fan Arrest Stats... Taarabt Not Winner African Player of Year...Recalling Rodney Marsh's England Debut


- Just Missed the Anniversary! Forty Years ago, QPR's Rodney Marsh his England Debut!
- 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

- The 2011 Bernie Ecclestone Christmas Card (and Previous Years' Cards)

- 40 Years Ago: Rodney Marsh's England Debut

- 2010-2011 - Club-by-Club Football Arrests/Stats including QPR

With respect to QPR (See Table 10) there were 26 fan arrested in 2010-11 season. 17 at home games. 9 at away games. Of these, 3 for violent disorder. 12 or police disorder. 2 for Missile Throwing. NO Racist or indecent Chanting. 5 Pitch Invasions. 3 alcohol Offences. None for Ticket Touting nor for offenses against property. Nor for possession of offensive weapons. 1 Breach of Banning Order

For QPR, there are 21 Banning orders on QPR fans, total. Btween November 2010 and November 2011, there were 9 banning order imposed.

- Adel Taarabt Finalist, but NOT Winner of African Player of the Year

- Past QPR Boxing Day Games and Team Lineups

- Some Past Christmas Greetings to QPR Fans From Loftus Road

- A couple of past articles How Managerial Change often does not help!

- Three Years Ago: Two Insightful pieces re the Situation at QPR

London 24
Gary Borrowdale is looking to extend his stay at Barnet

QPR defender Gary Borrowdale, currently on loan at Barnet, is open to extending his stay at the Bees.

The left-back joined the north London club at the end of September and his loan deal expires on December 31.

However the 26-year-old is enjoying his time at Barnet and is looking to see what can be done in January.

“I have got to see what the situation is with Queens Park Rangers - I know I’m not playing there – but I need to see if I can get away,” Borrowdale said.

“I am enjoying my time at Barnet and the boys are great. I don’t see why not. If something can be done there is no reason not to.”

The defender was full of praise for his team-mates Michael Hector and Paul Downing, who have earned the nicknames Rio and JT respectively after the England centre back partnership.

“I think Rio and JT have come in and performed well,” he added.

“The manager has also changed a few things around, making us a little more defensive.

“We are getting on the counter attack which has limited the opportunities we are giving away.

“(Our upturn in form) is down to a whole range of things and the confidence of the boys is coming out as well.

“So we go into every game looking to win now instead of maybe holding on to something.” London 24

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