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  1. r.i.p russell moore

    hi everyone im russells sister
    we would all like to thank for your kind words and
    support russ was a gentle giant and a friend to
    everybody . A life time supporter of qpr
    russ's funeral is on the 10th dec at 1.45 st andrews church
    cobham then onto randells crem leatherhead.
    the wake is to be held at downside club afterwards
    all flowers to be sent to james&thomas funeral directors
    at least 2 hours before the service if u need anymore ...
  2. trev kingham

    i think now im nearly 60 years of age i look back on my life and out of thousands of people i have known
    trev kingham was probabley number one in terms of being a love machine
    he just loved everybody he was unbelievable in that sense,he was gentle and kind
    and i loved him so very much,i will never recover from the loss of him
    only his twin brother pete could understand trully where i am comming from
    the memory of trev as enlightened my life and also when i was ...
  3. Ever the Optomist

    When I requested to join this Group I was asked a question which is quite understandable however I was advised that my Answer was invalid
    I had answered the correct team we are playing in the last game of the Season but felt that answer might be wrong so I added
    Whoever we get in the Final of the FA Cup!
  4. WATRB interviews Max Ehmer, Tom Hitchcock and Frankie Sutherland (audio)

    Quote Originally Posted by Stanley76 View Post
    QPR kindly invited WATRB, LoftForWords and QPRnet down to Harlington last Thursday to hold interviews with three of the younger players - Max Ehmer, Tom Hitchcock and Frankie Sutherland. Thanks to the club's press & media manager Paul Morrissey for arranging it:
  5. Derry reveals how Redknapp trains his squad

    Quote Originally Posted by Stanley76 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Joon View Post
    Stanley, upon re-reading the above interview from Derry, it appears that while Derry was still with us, HR was physically present in the training sessions and observing, but not doing much coaching himself. I did misread the part about being present, but not the part about coaching.

    In Derry's own words, "“Redknapp does not play much active part in coaching. He is there, watching absolutely everything, every single minute whether he takes the session or not."

    Do you