Originally Posted by Simon Cheshire
QPR this season have loaned a total of 15 different players out. This is something which Les Ferdinand feels benefits the players and helps them grow as individuals, as he feels the under 23 league isn’t challenging enough. However rangers are trying to create a pathway from the academy into the first team and create local hero’s and do things the ‘right way’.
Therefore I feel this loan system doesn’t really benefit the club or the players at all, if anything it delays the inevitable decision
Originally Posted by cross it Dave
A very dodgy penalty at Villa Park during the second leg of the league cup semi final in 1977, it finished 2-2 over 2 legs, we lost the replay 3-0.
Originally Posted by corbray
Yeah number 2 for a winger/attacking mid is real odd ... hmm ... ollie and les out!!!!!
Yeah, maybe not Ollie out for this one.
It will drive me mad though. I'm a bit OCD and stuff like this will stress me out every time I watch us play!
Originally Posted by Bill
Originally Posted by Tarbie
Cheers Stan, must have missed this article.
Still a bit ambiguous though isn't it? "Converted to equity" is an interesting phrase to use. I can't see that the club is worth anything like 200m so I would guess the shareholders will never see that money back. Which I suppose in turn does make this a write off but it would be interesting to have some more facts around that.
Sorry guys just because the debt is written off does not mean it disappears,the money
Originally Posted by MattyRangers
Originally Posted by nasser95
My personal thoughts are that being a number 10 is something no one would want to be at QPR if they just read this forum. Every number 10 that comes here is gonna be compared to Adel that one season or to Stan Bowles. They've got no chance with a fanbase that is willing to turn on everyone faster than anything I've ever seen.
Personally think this is rubbish. In the stands never ever hear people compare Cherys corners hitting the first man to Adel. Or his cross field balls that end