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Thursday, March 01, 2012

QPR Report Thursday... Two Year Flashback: Neil Warnock Takes Over at QPR...A Brentford Initiative QPR Should Emulate re Ex-Players

From the Bushman Photo Archives "Happy Memories of QPR By Alderman W. H. Church, J.P., L.C.C. in 1946. He was also a Vice-President of the Supporters Club."


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- Something QPR absolutely should emulate: Brentford have established an Association for Former Brentford Footballers.
Absolutely fantastic by Brentford. Something QPR should absolutely be doing. As we've noted before: QPR Ex-Players are basically abandoned... :-*

Brentford Official Site


Brentford Football Club is pleased to announce the creation of a Former Players' Association

More than 1,000 players have represented Brentford Football Club in competitive First Team matches and many hundreds more have been on the Club's books or played in friendly, trial, Reserve Team or Youth Team games.

The new association is designed to create a formal link between those players and the Football Club and reunite players with each other and supporters.

Director Mark Chapman will run it on behalf of Brentford Football Club.

Mark said: "I believe every single ex-player who has worn the Brentford shirt should be recognised and made welcome at Griffin Park.

"The Club has always done a fine job of keeping in touch with former players and managers and the fact so many return regularly to events and to watch matches is a credit to the welcoming atmosphere.

"The aim now is to create a definitive list of every former player and their contact details so we can formally recognise those who have worn the red and white stripes.

"I am sure those former players will appreciate the fond way they are remembered by Brentford supporters.

"And they will have a chance to meet up with former team mates and managers they may have lost contact with.

"In addition, a leading figure of the club's past will be inducted into the newly re-launched Hall of Fame at next week's home match with Exeter City."

Mark would like to hear from any Brentford supporter who has contact details for a former Bees player, whatever level they played at.

To contact Mark, email mchapman@brentfordfc.co.uk. Brentford

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