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Part 2 of the KLM/QPR Years, 1987 to 1990 – An Interview with Barry Evans

In part one of this interview, Barry Evans the Deputy General Manager – UK and Ireland for KLM during the 1980s and 1990s, went into the details of how the Dutch national airline came to be involved in sponsoring football initially with Brentford and later with QPR before continuing to talk about his love of the club, his trips to three World Cup Finals and his views on Jim Gregory as an owner and Chairman. In this concluding part, Barry … Continue reading → The post Part 2 of the KLM/QPR Years, 1987 to 1990 – An Interview with Barry Evans appeared first on Independent Rs.

Borysiuk set to complete QPR move

Ariel Borysiuk has agreed personal terms and completed a medical ahead of the midfielder’s move to QPR from Legia Warsaw. The 24-year-old, a Poland international, is joining the R’s for around £800,000 and the move is expected to be formally completed later today. Borysiuk started his career at Legia and returned there in January following […] The post Borysiuk set to complete QPR move appeared first on West London Sport.

Football League Jubilee Fund – 19th August 1939: QPR v Northampton Town

Team: Allen, McColgan, Jefferson, Lowe, Barr, March, McEwan, Mallett, Mangnall, Fitzgerald, Bonass Attendance: 5,000 At the start of the 1938/39 season Rangers had been involved in two Football League Jubilee Fund matches against Northampton Town. A year later, the R’s played them again in a one-off at Loftus Road. The Marylebone Mercury reported on the match the following week: ‘Despite hot weather Rangers and Northampton served up interesting fare in the Jubilee Fund match at Loftus Road on Saturday.

Arsenal and Colombia keeper David Ospina says his side faces a fight to stop rapid Chile running away in Copa America after amazing quarter-finals win

COLOMBIA goalkeeper David Ospina does not want his side to get run over by free-scoring Chile after they were too hot for Mexico to handle. Former QPR man Eduardo Vargas hit four against Mexico in their amazing 7-0 quarter-finals win on Sunday. Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, Bayern Munich’s Arturo Vidal and Vargas ripped apart a previously […]

QPR agree deal to sign Borysiuk

QPR have agreed a deal to sign Legia Warsaw midfielder Ariel Borysiuk. The 24-year-old, a Poland international, will undergo a medical later this week after Rangers’ offer of around £800,000 was accepted. Borysiuk started his career at Legia and returned there in January following spells at Lechia Gdansk and German side Kaiserslautern.

QPR agree deal to sign Borysiuk

QPR have agreed a deal to sign Legia Warsaw midfielder Ariel Borysiuk. The 24-year-old, a Poland international, will undergo a medical later this week after Rangers’ offer of around £800,000 was accepted. Borysiuk started his career at Legia and returned there in January following spells at Lechia Gdansk and German side Kaiserslautern

Coll Donaldson: My QPR pals Barton, Hill and Kranjcar can light up Scottish football

COLL Donaldson’s specialist subject might as well be Rangers’ 2016 close season signings. The Dundee United defender shared a dressing room with Joey Barton, Clint Hill and Niko Kranjcar during his time at Queen’s Park Rangers and reckons all three have the potential to prove top class additions to the Ibrox side’s squad. While Kranjcar, whose last club is New York Cosmos, has yet to conclude his deal, the other two have and Donaldson doesn’t see why this old pals act couldn’t take Rangers all the way to the Ladbrokes Premiership title in their first season back in the top flight.

Coll Donaldson: My QPR pals Barton, Hill and Kranjcar can light up Scottish football

COLL Donaldson’s specialist subject might as well be Rangers’ 2016 close season signings. The Dundee United defender shared a dressing room with Joey Barton, Clint Hill and Niko Kranjcar during his time at Queen’s Park Rangers and reckons all three have the potential to prove top class additions to the Ibrox side’s squad. While Kranjcar, whose last club is New York Cosmos, has yet to conclude his deal, the other two have and Donaldson doesn’t see why this old pals act couldn’t take Rangers all the way to the Ladbrokes Premiership title in their first season back in the top flight.

Henry signs one-year QPR contract

Karl Henry has signed a new one-year deal at QPR, the club have confirmed.  The 33-year-old midfielder, whose contract was due to expire this summer, joined Rangers in 2013 and made 39 appearances last season. “Karl is a fantastic professional and has shown a first-class attitude in my time here,” manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink told […] The post Henry signs one-year QPR contract appeared first on West London Sport.

The KLM/QPR Years, 1987 to 1990 – An Interview with Barry Evans

Rangers’ club sponsors from 1987 to 1990 were the Dutch national airline KLM, in conjunction with the Netherlands Board of Tourism. It was a period where the club developed strong squads via the traditionally successful formula for Rangers from the 1960s through to the 1990s – a mixture of players developed via the youth system (Gavin Peacock, Tony Roberts etc), promising signings from the lower divisions (Paul Parker, David Seaman, Andy Sinton, David Bardsley and co.) and some carefully picked … Continue reading → The post The KLM/QPR Years, 1987 to 1990 – An Interview with Barry Evans appeared first on Independent Rs.

QPR’s Sandro fails Sporting medical

Sandro’s proposed move from QPR to Sporting Lisbon appears to be off after he failed a medical. Rangers are hoping to offload the Brazilian midfielder, 27, this summer and a deal was agreed in principle for him to move to Portugal. Sandro, who ended last season on loan at West Brom, moved to Loftus Road […] The post QPR’s Sandro fails Sporting medical appeared first on West London Sport.