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  1. Middlesbrough Preview

    Saturday 11th September 2010
    Npower Football League Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Referee: M P Russell
    Queens Park Rangers (1st) V Middlesbrough (16th)
    By The Godfather

    Queens Park Rangers will be hoping to continue their excellent start to the campaign when they come up against promotion favourites, Middlesbrough, at Loftus Road on Saturday. Having spent so much money on players from the Scottish Premier League, Gordon ...
  2. 80 Donation to QPR in the community trust

  3. mark lazarus

    in the early sixties you were the king
    you could hit a ball,boy did it sting
    but lazer you always played with a smile
    and destroying defenders,in your own style

    our run down ground was banks of mud
    and on your sweated brow you often had blood
    but you were strong and hard to catch
    so many times your crosses won us a match

    love you mark,your fifty aniversity is a comming
    i can hear q block petes exited druming
    give ...
  4. Cheaper Parking at last!!

    Soaring costs inspire parking-share website

    A free matchmaking service to allow people to park cheaply and safely on otherwise unused driveways and private parking spaces is seeking members to help counteract the soaring costs of public parking.
    With council funding being relentlessly squeezed, many boroughs are pursuing a policy of pay-parking on hitherto free residential streets. This is adding to the pain of commuters, shoppers and hospital visitors who already feel stung ...
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  5. A great prospect - for someone else

    I have just read this Premier League transfer blog and I am jealous of West Brom for signing Rochdale defender Craig Dawson. I really think this lad is a top quality defender and it going to develop into an awesome player. Part of me for many months had hoped that Warnock would see the light and make a move for Dawson as he could have been a rock at Loftus Road for many years to come.