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  1. Cardiff City Preview

    Saturday 27th November 2010
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Npower Football League Championship
    Referee: Kevin Friend
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Queens Park Rangers (1st) V Cardiff City (2nd)
    By The Godfather


    In the biggest game of the campaign so far, Queens Park Rangers face fellow automatic promotion candidates and old rivals, Cardiff City, at Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon. A victory for the visitors would propel them back to the top of the Championship, ...
  2. Preston Report

    Saturday 20th November 2010
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Npower Football League Championship
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Attendance: 13,505
    Queens Park Rangers 3-1 Preston North End
    By The Godfather


    Queens Park Rangers starting line-up: Kenny, Hill, Hall (Rowlands 81), Gorkss, Walker, Connolly, Faurlin, Mackie (Andrade 87), Taraabt, Clarke, Hulse (Agyemang 81).

    Preston North End starting line-up: Lonergan, Gray, Brown, St Ledger, De Laet, Tonge,
    ...
  3. Preston Preview

    Saturday 20th November 2010
    Npower Football League Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Referee: D J Phillips
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Queens Park Rangers (2nd) V Preston North End (24th)
    By The Godfather


    Although they picked up two creditable draws against Portsmouth and Nottingham Forest, Queens Park Rangers have dropped to 2nd position in the league table. On Saturday afternoon Warnock’s men face Preston North End, a side that is struggling at the foot ...
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  4. Nottingham Forest Preview

    Saturday 13th November 2010
    Npower Football League Championship
    The City Ground
    Referee: A D’Urso
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Nottingham Forest (11th) V Queens Park Rangers (1st)
    By The Godfather


    Despite having to finish the match with ten men yet again, Queens Park Rangers produced a superb fightback, with Tommy Smith’s late penalty gaining the Rs a valuable point at Portsmouth. Once again, the referee was very poor indeed and, unfortunately, it doesn’t ...
  5. brian bedford

    brian bedford strong as a ox
    brian bedford lethal in the box
    you wont stop bedford by putting stitches in his head
    nothing stops bedford from scoring as long as he is fed

    he scores with his jock strap
    dosnt take any crap
    any manager would sign him for one good reason
    he will always come up with 40 goals a season

    love you brian your heart was true
    hope one day to sign another like you
    but they will need bones as ...
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