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  • 12m Lad that got away

    https://qpr.vitalfootball.co.uk/we-c...ng-qpr-reveal/

    The 21-year-old Welshman classes Queens Park Rangers as his boyhood club and speaking to the Guardian in May of last year, he opened up about being rejected by us as he was looking to get a foot on the ladder.

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    He was 6 at the time, so hardly like Millwall letting Eze go at 18 or whatever it was. At 6 anything could happen. A shame though, brilliant player and a QPR fan that could have become great. Would love a proper QPR fan to come through the ranks. Not had one since Cook joined us, have we?

    I know we have youth players now but not sure any have come out saying we are their boyhood club?

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    • #3
      That was Ollie's major strength 1st time round the club was on its knees religated to the 3rd tier skint burdened by a heavey debt , a crooked loan hanging over us ,
      what did he do identified free transfers and lower end players that were QPR FANS that created a strong dressing room with a strong spirit , the problem now is there arnt now anywhere as near the amount of youngsters that support QPR and the ones that do are usually the fat kid that sits at the back or the kid that is ridiculed as the numpty for being a QPR FAN by the Chelsea arsenal Spurs and even the ones we used to ridicule Fulham and Brentford fans

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SpongeParr View Post
        He was 6 at the time, so hardly like Millwall letting Eze go at 18 or whatever it was. At 6 anything could happen. A shame though, brilliant player and a QPR fan that could have become great. Would love a proper QPR fan to come through the ranks. Not had one since Cook joined us, have we?

        I know we have youth players now but not sure any have come out saying we are their boyhood club?
        Chair has had a season ticket since he was 12. JN

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        • #5
          Wonder if Sterling Fits the mould as a Fan ?

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          • #6
            lot of kids got other things to latch onto instead of being fans nowdays,like staying alive coming home from school i imagine.
            Chelmsford City the home of Radio

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