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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Flashback: #QPR Man Scores Five in a Game..#QPRTwitter Links..Fernandes Thanks Fans...Flashback: Tomassi Arrives. Ndah Doesn't

lashback: QPR Man Scores Five in a Game (Never Done before or since by a QPR Player)

-  Photos from the Bushman QPR Photo Archives

- TELEGRAPH: 'Lord Triesman admits that anti-Semitism existed within Fifa during his time as Football Association chairman. Former FA chairman Lord Triesman reveals that he has experienced anti-Semitism and witnessed racism within the walls of Fifa

- Tony Fernandes Thanks QPR Fans

- Year Flashback: QPR and Twitter Usage/Links

- Steven Caulker: Ex-QPR Youth?

- Five Year Flashback: Tommasi Arrives at Loftus Road

- 13 Years ago: George Ndah Signing Falls Through
- Kevin Gallen's New Column on Charlie Austin and Wanting to Coach

- Redknapp: Kevin Gallen Belongs at QPR

MIRROR/Tom McTague - Football Hooliganism
Football hooliganism is back on the rise: See how your club performs in the league of shame

Football arrests by club supported 2013/13
Queens Park Rangers 20
Total number of banning orders against risk supporters of each club

Queens Park Rangers, 19
Football Hooliganism - Complete Table

Alan Wilks Details
Alan Wilks just turned 67. Born October 5, 1946
Wilks was known as Rodney Marsh's "understudy" which was a big burden to bear. Signed from Chelsea on a free in May 1965. Joined Gillingham in July 1971. Played his most QPR games in 1967/68 and 1968/69. Wilks played in QPR's first ever game in the First Division (home to Leicester). That season, played 17+3 games, scoring 5 goals (including one at Highbury, coming on as a sub and scoring with his fi

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