Posts Tagged "Queens Park Rangers"

The Spectre Of Goalline Technology Reappears

By on Mar 12, 2012 in English League Football, Latest | 7 comments

Over the weekend, the debate over goalline technology resurfaced as Queens Park Rangers defender Clint Hill’s header against Bolton Wanderers clearly crossed the line with assistant referee Bob Pollock claiming he was unable to see due to a Bolton defender on the line blocking his view. Hot on the heels of the International Football Association Board’s (IFAB)...

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Queens Park Rangers And A Four Year Plan In Ninety Minutes

By on Mar 5, 2012 in English League Football, Latest | 3 comments

Mat Hodgson could probably fit a quart in a pint pot as a party trick, which is just as well. The director of “The Four-Year Plan” had enough material from the reign of motor-racing tycoon Flavio Briatore, and others, at west London club Queens Park Rangers for either (a) “an entire conference” (Fawlty Towers, 1979) or (b) six one hour episodes of a documentary...

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Queens Park Rangers Shuffle Their Pack

By on Jan 9, 2012 in English League Football, Latest | 1 comment

As things turned out, Heidar Helguson’s late equalizer in Milton Keynes on Saturday afternoon wasn’t quite enough to keep Neil Warnock in his job. Rangers – without a win of any description in the FA Cup for a decade – may well remain in the competition for now, but Warnock won’t be at Loftus Road for the replay. The man that took the...

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Prices Go Through The Roof At Loftus Road, And The Supporters Follow

By on May 25, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 18 comments

On the last day of the season and front of a capacity crowd at Loftus Road, Queens Park Rangers played their last Championship match of the season against Leeds United. The match was covered by the cameras of the BBC, who had already, for the last episiode of “The Football League Show” of the season, been hanging around the main entrance to the ground on...

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