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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

QPR ON THIS DAY - August 21...

 August 21, 1965: Brentford 6 QPR 1 (Roger Morgan for QPR) and Les Allen making his QPR Debut - And the Allen family relationship with QPR began (and seems to have ended)

Smith Watson Brady Hazell Langley
R Morgan Sanderson Keen Collins
Allen McAdams

Additional 1965-66 in Photos (From Bushman Archives)

- Park Ji-sung makes return with Dutch club PSV in Champions League playoff

- Ex-QPR Loanee, Jason Puncheon Set for Crystal Palace Loan

  - Charles Sale/Daily MAIL - QPR in talks over flash new home as they look to become next club to upgrade


- QPR London Call In with Kiyan Prince's Father and Part-Owner, Ruben Gnanalingam 

Express and Star - Trialist Hogan Ephraim awaits Wolves verdict

37 years ago, August 21, 1976: Three months after having our League Championship stolen from us...

QPR started the season at home to Everton (who'd we crushed the previous season 5-0)

QPR 0 Everton 4  :'( - And knew wouldn't be a repeat of the previous season

Asides from Webb and Francis, it was the "regular" Championship-winning (almost) 11

15 Year Flashback QPR Official Site


RANGERS and Nottingham Forest have agreed a £3 million fee for the sale of Nigel Quashie to the City Ground.

Quashie is currently in Nottingham discussing the transfer. We'll bring you more news later today, when we hope to speak to the QPR management about the transfer.


NIGEL QUASHIE has moved from Rangers to Nottingham Forest in a £3 million transfer.

Quashie came up through the youth team ranks at Rangers, signing professional in September 1995. He made his first team debut three months later away to Manchester United. In January 1996, he became the second youngest player ever to score in the FA Cup (proper rounds) when he netted at Tranmere.

Nigel went on to make 62 league and cup appearances for Rangers, scoring five goals. He also represented England under-21’s and England ‘B’.

Rangers boss Ray Harford says:"Obviously, we’re very disappointed to lose Nigel. But we live in a real world and you have to be realistic. Nottingham Forest made an offer and the bid was accepted. So it’s my job to find replacements - from in house, if possible."

"I would stress that the club are not lacking in ambition. And I’m certainly not lacking in ambition. We want to be as successful as we possibly can. We’re hoping to have a good season."

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