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Monday, June 04, 2012

QPR Report Monday: Joey Barton Attacked Outside Liverpool Night Club...The Very First Michael Wale Report


TELEGRAPH/THOM GIBBS  - Joey Barton punched in the face outside Garlands nightclub in Liverpool

Police were called to Eberle Street in Liverpool's city centre at about 05.30 on Monday morning following reports of a disturbance outside the Garlands nightclub.

Barton, 29, was confirmed to have been injured in the attack in which he was punched in the face, but voluntarily left the scene.

Two 21-year-olds are being held on suspicions of a public order offence and are in custody.

Barton has been involved in violence in Liverpool in the past, and spent 77 days in prison in 2008 after being found guilty of common assault and affray during an incident in the city in December 2007.

He will serve a 12-game suspension at the beginning of the 2012/13 Premier League season for hitting out at several Manchester City players after being sent off in QPR's final game of the season.   Telegraph

January 1936: QPR Mark the Death of the Queen's Grandfather, King George V

    Bushman Writes Queen Elizabeth II's Grandfather George V died on the 20th January 1936.
His passing was marked in the Rangers programme v Swindon Town on the 25th January 1936. The programme, printed in black as opposed to the usual Blue of matchday programmes for that season

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