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#Burnley vs #QPR...Remembering Ray Jones..."On This Day" #AKUTRS Apologizes to Gianni Paladini...Don Masson Joins QPR


45 Years ago today: The Game that Illustrated QPR had "arrived" - Manchester United at Loftus Road

 QPR History in Photos: From the 1880s to the 21st Century - The Bushman QPR Photo Archives_


- Seven Year Flashback: An Apology from AKUTRS

- On This Day in 1974: Don Masson Joined QPR

- The Battle of Agincourt - in Football Parlance


- 1966-1967: On This Day (Yesterday) 1966 League Cup Game vs Leicester

- Six QPR Birthdays (Yesterday)

- Recalling "Rebuild QPR"

- Football Aid: Play at Loftus Road for Charity

- BBC: Life of a Football Scout (Mention of Ex-QPR Mel Johnson...Harry Redknapp's Grandson..!)

Past QPR vs Burnley


And a reminder when Ray Jones was killed which led to cancellation of QPR game at Burnley

QPR Report - Saturday, August 25, 2007
Expressions of Condolences


Burnley said in a statement: "Deepest sympathies goes out to both the player's family and the club from everyone at Burnley Football Club."

BURNLEY - A sad day in football: Cotterill
The Citizen - Suzanne Geldard
"..Clarets boss Cotterill said: "It has been a difficult day all round and certainly more so for Queens Park Rangers then ourselves.
"It's a very, very sad day in football. He was a nice young man and budding young footballer who I am sure had a good career ahead of him.
"I spoke to John Gregory (QPR manager) and Mick Harford (assistant manager) this morning, we've liaised with Queens Park Rangers all along and they have our deepest sympathy.
"It was never a problem to call the game off. Sometimes football is put into perspective and whilst we were looking forward to the game, we were more than happy when we knew that QPR perhaps weren't in the right frame of mind..." News

BURNLEY FOOTBALL CLUB - Open Training Session & Collection
Following the tragic death of Queens Park Rangers player Ray Jones earlier today, the Championship game has been cancelled as a mark of respect.
Instead, Burnley Football Club will be holding an open training session on the pitch at Turf Moor, at 3.00pm.
This will be free to all supporters, who will be asked to honour a minute's silence in memory of Ray Jones.
Supporters will also be asked to contribute to a collection, with all proceeds raised going to a nominated charity of Queens Park Rangers... Burnley


Read more: http://qprreport.proboards.com/thread/37514/next-burnley-reminder-when-jones#ixzz2iovKKXMW

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