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Thursday, April 05, 2012

QPR Report Thursday Updates and Flashbacks...QPR Ladies Lose in the Final

Tom Finney Turns Ninety Today. (Photo from Bushman Archives)


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- QPR Ladies Lost 2-1 last night to Barnet Ladies in the Middlesex Final

- QPR's WWI Programme vs Arsenal (December 25, 1916)

- QPR Scout Reportedly Watched Huddersfield's Jordan Rhodes

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MIRROR - DJ Campbell: I've got the record to save QPR

Forgotten man DJ Campbell insists he can fill the gap left by Djibril Cisse’s extended ban and fire Queens Park Rangers to safety.

Campbell has been out for over two months with a hamstring problem, but is eyeing a return against Manchester United on Sunday.

The striker - who came through a behind-closed-doors reserve clash with West Ham on Tuesday - has scored just one league goal since his summer move from Blackpool, but is convinced he can come good in the vital final weeks of the Hoops' battle against relegation.

With Cisse still needing to sit out 75 per cent of a four-match ban earned with his sending off at Sunderland, Campbell is pressing for a start alongside Bobby Zamora.

“It’s not quite worked out for me this season with injuries, but I scored a lot of goals last year, so why not?" he said.

“It’s what I get paid to do and that’s what I hopefully can do when I come back.

“I feel I can make an impact straight away. I believe we can do it. If I can score the goals to help us do so, then my job’s done.”

Heidar Helguson also featured in the second-string run-out, boosting the forward options available to manager Mark Hughes.

Zamora, meanwhile, believes the club’s home form will prove the difference following their wins over Arsenal and Liverpool at Loftus Road.

The England striker - who revealed he faced the Gunners last Saturday despite suffering a sleepless night because of a stomach bug - said: “All the home games I’ve played in since I’ve been here have all been very close.

“At home we’re a lot stronger than perhaps we are away. We’ve got tough home games, but they’re winnable and after a performance like the one we produced against Arsenal we can beat anyone here.” Mirror

From the Bushman Archives: 1933: QPR hold first floodlight game in the country

- BBC Documentary Last Night "Sexism in Football?"

- Three Year Flashback: Sousa Spoke Out about Blackstock Loan....Five Years Ago, QPR Manager John Gregory was Speaking about QPR...

- Very Interesting: The "Myth" of the "Dangerous" 2-0 Lead

- Matt Connolly Injury

- Ex-QPR John Byrne: Where he is Now

- Ex-QPR Paul Parker Birthday

- David Conn on the Plight of Northwich Victoria

- Extensive VIDEO of 1971: QPR vs Millwall (with Barry Bridges)

- Excellent News re BBC Old Footage "Football League -The Football League and BBC Sport agreed historic archive deal"

-30 Seconds of 1970s The Sweeney at Loftus Road

- Thirty Years Ago Today: QPR Reach Wembley!

- On This Day: Four Years Ago - QPR Hire PR Firm to "Glamorize" the club...Rowan Vine Breaks Leg in Training Ground "Accident" (Matt Pickens!)...Five Years Ago: Waddock or Gregory for QPR Manager?

- Flashback: 11 Years Ago (+a few days) - QPR Enter Administration

- Set of QPR Smileys/Emoticons

- Three Years Ago: Paulo Sousa - Tick Tock Tick Tock..."

- Partial QPR Owner Lakshmi Mittal heads the "Asian Rich List 2012"

- Four Year Flashback: Amit Bhatia Talking about Plans for QPR

- Very Strange Accusations coming out of Preston from (Former-QPR Youth Player!) Graham Westley

- The Answer to the Question: Will There be a QPR Player of the Year Dinner?

- QPR Videos from 1920s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s AND the Last Minute FA Cup Tie Winning Stan Bowles Free Kick from 1973/74

- National Football Museum Opens in Manchester in Less than 100 Days

- Telegraph - Queens Park Rangers count £56 million cost of joining the Premier League elite - The extraordinary cost of Queens Park Rangers’ rise to the Premier League can be revealed today, with the club having run up debts of £56.1 million and average losses of almost £500,000-a-week before Tony Fernandes’s takeover last summer.

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- Flashback: Four Humorous/Satirical Videos re QPR

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