Posts Tagged "Queens Park Rangers"

Procrastinating Over The QPR Affair Has Done The FA No Favours

By on May 4, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 8 comments

By the end of this week, we will know what – if any – sanction has been levelled against Queens Park Rangers with regard to the Alejandro Faurlin affair. The club itself (and by this we mean the senior management and/or the owners of the club) will get whatever it deserves, should it be found to be guilty. This, however, is not  the place to discuss what...

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QPR & An Unnamed Mystery Agent

By on Mar 9, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 6 comments

Queens Park Rangers have been majestic in the Championship this season. Their defeat at Millwall last night was their first fince New Year’s Day, and even after this they sit seven points clear at the top of the Championship table. How long that lead may be there, however, may now be called into question after the club was charged with breaches of seven...

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Briatore, Piquet, Formula One & QPR

By on Sep 22, 2009 in English League Football, Latest | 1 comment

The announcement of Flavio Briatore’s life ban from Formula One has, as one might expect, sent shockwaves through the sport. Motor racing, however might not be the only sport to undergo a degree of soul searching as the result of their sanction against the former head of the Renault team, because Briatore is also the owner of Championship club Queens Park...

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Match Of The Week – Queens Park Rangers 1-1 Nottingham Forest

By on Aug 23, 2009 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

Thirty years ago this year, Nottingham Forest were in the middle of the greatest period in their history. Brian Clough had arrived at The City Ground in January 1975 with Peter Taylor joining him at the club eighteen months later. By 1978 they were the champions of England, and within a year they were the champions of Europe. Clough remains the only English manager...

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Chasing The Argonauts

By on Jan 8, 2009 in English League Football | 0 comments

In the name of “progress”, we continue to be reminded about the dangers of frachising in football, and we continue to be right to stay vigilant against attempts to parachute teams into the Football League or senior non-league football. The fundamental principle is that, subject to concerns over the health and safety of large crowds, newly-formed clubs...

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