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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

QPR - On This Day: August 28... 1982/83 Championship-Winning Season Begins at Newcastle

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On This Day...: August 28, 1982: QPR's Division 2 Championship-Winning season got under way. (Amazing the season started so late!) Newcastle 1 QPR 0
A few months after being "robbed" of the FA Cup Terry Venables QPR started the season with a 0-1 loss at Kevin Keegan's Newcastle.
The QPR team (with several injuries: No Clive Allen, Glen Roeder, Steve Wicks, Tony Currie): Hucker, Neil, Dawes, Waddock, Hazell, Fenwick, Micklwehite, Stewart, Sealy, Stainrod Gregory. Sub Burke.

Three Years ago...Two last minute goals at Derby...Keeps us unbeaten as Neil Warnock's Army Marches on...

QPR: Kenny, Orr, Hill, Derry (Buzsaky 61), Taarabt (Clarke 70), Helguson (Agyemang 62), Faurlin, Mackie, Gorkss, Connolly, Ephraim.
Subs: Cerny, Leigertwood, Ramage, German.
Goals: Agyemang (90 +1), Mackie (90 +4)

Match Reports

Also on this day:

August 28, 1984: Alan Mullery's first away game for QPR - QPR drew 1-1 at Watford. Gary Bannister scoring for QPR. - Team: Hucke, Neil, Dawes, Stewart, Wicks, Fenwick, Micklewhite, Fillery, Bannister, Stainrod, Gregory.

August 28, 1976: After two losses (0-4 at home to Everton; 0-1 away to West Ham, Dave Sexton's almost Championship winning team from the previous season drew 1-1 at home to Ipswich (Givens and Masson).
The "normal" QPR team except Ron Abbott deputizing for David Webb and Mick Leach wearing Gerry Francis #8 shirt (as Francis missed much of this season through injury).

August 28 1971: QPR drew 1-1 at home to Millwall. Marsh scoring for QPR (The season ended with both teams missing out on promotion: Millwall 3rd and QPR 4th - and with Rodney Marsh gone!)T
Parkes, Clement Gillard, Venables, Hunt, Hazell, Busby, Francis, McCulloch, Marsh, Leach.

August 28, 2000 (QPR's relegation year)- WBA 2 QPR 1

August 28, 1991 - QPR lost 0-1 at Liverpool.

August 28, 1993: West Ham 0 QPR 4: Ferdinand 2, Peacock, Penrice

August 28, 1990 Nott Forest 1 QPR 1

orn on this Day


Ray Jones (RIP) would have been 25 today. Born August 28, 1988

Jamie Cureton, turns 38. Born August 28, 1975

The ex-Norwich/Reading striker was signed by QPR at the end of our Division 2 Promotion race. Unfortunately, at QPR for the most part, it didn't quite work out as many hoped

QPR Record: 20+ 23 as sub - 6 goals (including a hatrick).
Stats - www.soccerbase.com/players_details.sd?playerid=1843

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