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Monday, March 12, 2012

QPR Report Monday...Championship Bound?....40 Years Post-Rodney Marsh





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Its been a tough weekend for us with many of our rivals picking up points. Even though we have a very tough run-in, I think our team is as Determined and as dedicated as any team I've seen in my 5 yrs at QPR. I hope the worst is behind us, and the commitment and quality of our Squad and our management will shine through. Don't count us out yet, we've still got a lot of fight in us. The will to succeed and overcome Is immense and that counts for plenty. Have a good week and try not to be too disappointed. We'll come good. Good night.


The QPR Rodney Marsh Era

QPR's first game after selling Roddd....neee

Away to promotion-chasing Birmingham after three straight losses

Birmingham 0 QPR 0 - and our 20 match unbeaten run was under way :-*

Clement Evans Hazell Gillard
Ferguson (Mick Mcgovern) Francis Busby Salvage
Sub: McCulloch

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QPR Net Interview with Gordon Jago

QPRnet: We had a good season in your first full campaign in charge but towards the end of it you lost Rodney Marsh to Manchester City, how did that come about and was it something you were in favour of?

GJ: Rodney wanted to leave QPR, he thought that, even though he’d earned his first England cap whilst playing for us, that to get carry on earning call ups he had to be with a first division club. I tried to convince him that we were heading for the first division but unfortunately Manchester City had made it no secret that they wanted him and consequently he wanted to leave. The Chairman negotiated a terrific deal for us and we received £200,000 pounds clear, which was a great deal for us at the time. QPRNet

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