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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

QPR Report Tuesday...Australian Youth Signs...Quashie Set for Dundee...Flashback: QPR's Path to Wembley Glory

- How QPR Got to Wembley: In Programme Notes: The QPR Path to Wembley 1967: CLICK To see the rest of that path...(From the Bushman Photo Archives)
- Forty-Two Years Ago Today: QPR vs Chelsea in the FA Cup Quarter Final

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- From the Bushman QPR Photo Archives

- In Photos: The QPR Path to Wembley 1967 (From the Bushman Photo Archives)

- QPR Nostalgia: QPR's Unbelievable 1967/68 Season: Photos and Programme Notes. (From - of course - The Bushman Archives)

- Forty-Two Years Ago Today: QPR vs Chelsea in the FA Cup Quarter Final

- Iranian Team refuses to Play Partizan Belgrade because have Israeli Coach (Avram Grant)

- Memories! Claims re Portsmouth/Administrator "Conflict of Interest"

- Tony Fernandes: Airline, F1 and QPR: The Profile of and Interview

- Keith Curle Succeeds Martin Allen at Notts County

- Simon Grayson Takes Over at Huddersfield

Sport STV - Nigel Quashie set for Dundee move


The former Scotland international could complete a move to Dens Park later this week.

20 February 2012

Former Scotland international Nigel Quashie is set to sign for Dundee until the end of the season.

The midfielder, who has been without a club since leaving Queens Park Rangers in the summer of 2010, has held talks and could complete a move to Dens Park by the end of the week.

English-born Quashie played 14 times for Scotland, debuting against Estonia in 2004 and playing his final match against Lithuania in September 2006.

Quashie, 33, has spent his entire professional career south of the border, playing for QPR, Nottingham Forest, Portsmouth, Southampton, West Bromwich Albion, West Ham United, Birmingham City, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Milton Keynes Dons.
Sport STV

QPR Sign Australian Youth

SKY - Queens Park Rangers have won the battle to sign Australian striker Peter Skapetis.

The 17-year-old is rated very highly in his homeland and is considered one of the best players for his age in Australia.

Skapetis had previously linked up with Birmingham, but he has now signed professional terms with Rangers after impressing during training.

Skapetis has now signed a deal with the Premier League strugglers through to 2014. Skysports

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- Eleven Years ago Today: Iain Dowie "I'd Love to be QPR Boss"

- On this Day in Football: February 20: Tony Roberts Axed...Mick Harford's One QPR Win (Second Spell) and For QPR, a Streaker...VIDEO of Rodney Marsh vs Hull - and Terry Neil Missing Penalty!

- One Year Flashback: Robbo - Neil Roberts - RIP

- Martin Allen Axed by Notts County Update. Keith Curle Linked as Successor

- The Neil Warnock at Leeds Thread and Updates!

- VIDEO: The Vauxhall Motors Humiliation!

- Note: For Users of SPOTIFY - A number of old QPR songs can be heard. Just type in: "QPR...!

- Two Year Flashback: Flavio Briatore Steps Down as QPR Chairman (and QPR Fans cheered what they THOUGHT was the departure of Briatore and the de facto Mittal takeover...But as they learned a year later...!)

- Closed Door Friendly vs West Ham on Friday (West Ham's "Development Team" against presumably similar QPR team)

- Update re Tony Fernandes Business: Tune Mideast Launched

- On This Day in Football: February 19...38 Years ago: Stan Bowles last (free) Kick of the Game Winner in the FA Cup

- Premier Clubs and QPR and the Battle Against Homophobia

- Ian Holloway on Relationship between the Chairman and the Manager...and his View of Plastic Pitches (NO QPR References in either area!)

- Five Year Flashback: Minutes of the QPR-Fans "Consultative Meeting"

- Football League Considering Return to Plastic: Football League "Consultative Document" re Artificial Surface

- Remaining Fixtures: Bottom Six Clubs

- Football Aid 2012 – Play at Loftus Road. And Help Charity!

- - Play: "Spot The Ball!"

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