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19 July 2017 15:36 Post ID: #142060
Gus Caeser
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In the second part of the special Stan Bowles podcast, The Loftcast team in a collaboration with popular QPR fans podcast 'Open All R's', look ahead to the Stan Bowles..

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20 July 2017 11:04 Post ID: #142061 - in reply to #142060
Gus Caeser
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As you talk about Stan Bowles Iam looking at a QPR programme for the 1974-75 season and the game against Ipswich town for Sat 5th October when we were in league division one,the cost of the programme is 10p the side we played from the back was Phil Parkes, Dave Clement, Ian Gillard, John Beck, Dave Webb, Tony Hazell, Gerry Francis, Stan Bowles, Dave Thomas, Mick Leach, and Don Givens, well for those who remember it that was a great line-up, and the three games before that we beat Man city away 1-0 drew 2-2 at home to Everton and beat Orient 3-0 what has gone wrong.
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20 July 2017 12:00 Post ID: #142062 - in reply to #142061
Badbackjohn - 20/7/2017 11:04

what has gone wrong.


The so-called 'big' clubs have got bigger while the rest of us have been left to fester in lower divisions. We simply can't compete unless the internal club affairs are 100% in order. Just look at how Bournemouth are holding their own in the PL. It can be done it just takes proper leadership and coaches.
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