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Vital QPR takes a look at Saturday's opponents Middlesbrough

Facts and figures


Founded: 1876

Nickname: The Teesiders

Ground: Riverside Stadium (34,988)

Manager: Gordon Strachan


Selected Honours


League Cup: 2004; runners up: 1997, 1998

UEFA Cup: Runners up: 2005-06

FA Cup: Runners up 1997

Championship: 1926-27, 1928-29, 1973-74, 1994-95; runners-up: 1901-02, 1991-92, 1997-98

Division One: Runners-up: 1966-67, 1986-87


Club Records


Record Attendance: 53,802 v Newcastle United on 27 Dec 1949

Record victory: 11-0 v Scarborough on 04 Oct 1890

Record defeat: 0-9 v Blackburn Rovers on 06 November 1954

Record Buy: £12,800,000 for Alfonso Alves from Heerenveen

Record Sale: £12,000,00 for Stewart Downing to Aston Villa and for Juninho Paulista to Atlético Madrid

Record Appearances: 602- Tim Williams from 1902 to 1923

Record Goals: 345 - George Camsell from 1925 to 1939


Squad


Goalkeepers:
1. Brad Jones
21. Danny Coyne
30. Jason Steele

Defenders:
2. Justin Hoyte
3. Andrew Taylor
5. Chris Riggott
6. Emanuel Pogatetz
12. Sean St Ledger (on loan from Preston North End)
23. Jonathan Grounds
24. Seb Hines
27. Joe Bennett
29. Tony McMahon
31. David Wheater

Midfielders:
4. Matthew Bates
7. Mark Yeates
8. Didier Digard
15. Mohamed Shawky
16. Gary O'Neil (captain)
18. Adam Johnson
20. Julio Arca
22. Josh Walker
25. Rhys Williams
32. Nathan Porritt
34. Isaiah Osbourne (on loan from Aston Villa)

Strikers:
9. Leroy Lita
10. Jérémie Aliadière
11. Marvin Emnes
14. Caleb Folan (on loan from Hull City)
19. Marcus Bent (on loan from Birmingham City)
28. Jonathan Franks
33. Dave Kitson (on loan from Stoke City)


Last Five Fixtures


Draw 2-2 v Peterborough (a)
Draw 1-1 v Nottingham Forrest (h)
Loss 1-0 v Crystal Palace (a)
Loss 1-0 v Plymouth Argyle (h)
Draw 2-2 v Preston North End (h)


Last Fixtures v QPR


QPR 5-0 Middlesbrough on 04 Mar 1998
Middlesbrough 2-0 QPR on 13 Jan 1998 (FA Cup)
QPR 2-2 Middlesbrough on 03 Jan 1998 (FA cup)
Middlesbrough 3-0 QPR on 08 Nov 1997
QPR 1-1 Middlesbrough on 02 Dec 1995






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Writer:LeeCookFan
Date:Thursday December 3 2009
Time: 5:00PM

Comments

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A wee problem with the stats. M'bro have never won the "Championship". They may well have finished runners up in what is now known as the "Championship" in 1997-8, but their bets ever finish in the proper Championship" i.e. the first division was in 1913/14 when they finished third!! The other titles refer to the 2nd division title!
QPR4Me
02/12/2009 22:21:00
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Actually, you will find, in 1913/14 the league they finished third in was the premiership (with a different name). The achievements mentioned under the championship were indeed what is now known as the championship, albeit when it had a different name.
LeeCookFan
03/12/2009 08:27:00
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