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Vital QPR takes a look at Saturday's opponents Sheffield United

Facts and figures


Founded: 1889

Nickname: The Blades

Ground: Bramall Lane (Capacity: 32,702)

Manager: Kevin Blackwell


Selected Honours


Premiership: Whilst branded as Division One: 1897-98; Runners up: 1896-97, 1899-1900

FA Cup: 1899, 1902, 1915, 1925; Runners up: 1901, 1936

Championship: Whilst branded as Division Two: 1952-53; Runners up: 1892-93, 1938-39, 1960-61, 1970-71, 1989-90, 2005-06

League One:Whilst branded as Division Three:Runners up:1988-89

League Two:Whilst branded as Division Four: 1981-82

Club Records


Record Attendance: 68,287 v Leeds United (15 Feb 1936)

Record victory: 10-0 v Port Vale (10 Dec 1892) and v Burnley (19 Jan 1929)

Record defeat: 0-13 v Bolton Wanderers (01 Feb 1890)

Record Buy: 4m for James Beattie from Everton

Record Sale: 4m for Phil Jagielka to Everton, July 2007

Record Appearances: 631 - Joe Shaw

Record Goals: 201 - Harry Johnson

Squad


Goalkeepers:
13. Ian Bennett
22. Justin Haber
23. Mark Bunn (on loan from Blackburn)
30. Carl Ikeme (on loan from Wolves)

Defenders:
3. Gary Naysmith
5. Chris Morgan (captain)
6. Matt Kilgallon
16. Andy Taylor
19. Jordan Stewart
26. Derek Geart
32. Toni Kallio (on loan from Fulham)
33. Jonathan Fortune
34. Kyle Walker (on loan from Spurs)

Midfielders:
2. Ryan France
4. Nick Montgomery
10. Kyel Reid
12. Lee Williamson
15. James Harper (on loan from Reading)
25. Glen Little
28. Stephen Quinn

Strikers:
7. Darius Henderson
9. Ched Evans
17. Richard Cresswell (on loan from Stoke)
18. Jamie Ward
37. Henri Camera
39. Jordan Robertson

Last Five Fixtures


Win - 2-0 v Crystal Palace (h)

Draw - 0-0 v Nottingham Forest (h)

Win - 1-0 v Plymouth Argyle (a)

Win - 3-2 v Bristol City (a)

Win - 1-0 v Peterborough (h)

Last Five Fixtures v QPR


QPR 0-0 Sheffield United (07 Mar 2009)

Sheffield United 3-0 QPR (16 Aug 2008)

QPR 1-1 Sheffield United (23 Feb 2008)

Sheffield United 2-1 QPR (12 Jan 2008)

Sheffield United 2-3 QPR (25 Feb 2006)




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Writer: LeeCookFan Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 18 2009

Time: 1:37PM

 

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