UK time is: 09:17:15
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

One Day In History - Barnsley: 1982-83



Teams: Barnsley v Queens Park Rangers

Date:Saturday 9th October, 1982

Competition: Football League Division 2

Ground: Oakwell

Rangers caused quite an upset on a dry and sunny day up in Yorkshire, as despite being down to 10 men the R`s rallied to win the game at a canter.

Terry Venables men were incensed after being reduced to ten men, with Simon Stainrod dismissed for two bookable offences, the first for dissent and he was ultimately given his marching orders by referee Raymond Chadwick after jumping into goalkeeper Barry Horn. Chadwick bided his time while Stainrod received treatment on his back before sending him on his way.

But ultimately it was the R`s who took advantage in a full blooded affair after current Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Mick McCarthy lost the ball in midfield, R`s striker Clive Allen was on hand to take advantage giving Rangers a priceless goal.

Rangers defended stoutly as Terry Venables trademark offside trap was a joy to behold as Barnsley never threatened to test Rangers stopper Peter Hucker. Rangers took the three points in a toughly fought game in which Waddock, Gregory and Ian Stewart were singled out for praise.

Proud manager Venables stated:

"That must be our best performance since I joined Rangers two years ago. I was proud of them all - they were absolutely superb"

"It`s no mean feat to come to Barnsley and win after playing with ten men for an hour - they`re a bloody good team and they thrashed us last season (3-0 May 1982)"


Attendance: 13,270

Line-ups:
Barnsley: Horn, Law, Chambers, Glavin, Banks, McCarthy, Souter, Parker, Cunningham, Ronson, Birch (Barrowclough 65).

QPR: Hucker, Neill, Dawes, Waddock, Hazell, Fenwick, Micklewhite, Stewart, Allen (Wilkins 79), Stainrod, Gregory.

TOP STORIES

Exclusive: Chris Day.

Reports Reveal Dowie Arguments.

The Brentford Take-Over Saga.


We want to know YOUR thoughts!

To have your say you can comment in the space provided below, or chat about it on the forum.

VITAL QPR IS 100% UNOFFICIAL - FOR THE FANS, BY THE FANS

The journalist

Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 7 2008

Time: 11:52AM

 

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll

Vital Members League (view all)

1. QPR4Me 38
2. Ashdown_Ranger 15
3. Clonmany_Hoop 15
4. jezza99 15
5. sandydl 14
6. Superhoop50 14
7. DMD_QPR 8
8. cartouche 6
9. danielqpr 6
10. rodneeranger 6

League Results (view all)

Latest Results
Leicester City 1 - 0 Q.P.R.
Q.P.R. 5 - 2 Forest
Blackburn 2 - 0 Q.P.R.
Bournemouth 2 - 1 Q.P.R.
Q.P.R. 1 - 1 Blackpool
Q.P.R. 1 - 0 Wigan

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
1. Leicester City 43 28 9 6 36 93
2. Burnley 43 24 14 5 32 86
3. Derby County 43 23 9 11 29 78
4. Q.P.R. 43 21 10 12 14 73
5. Wigan 42 20 10 12 17 70
6. Brighton 43 17 14 12 12 65
7. Reading 43 17 13 13 10 64

Breaking League News

LUFC McDermott wants to finish season strongly
Leeds Utd : 20/04/2014 09:03:00
McDermott - Quality finish the difference
Leeds Utd : 20/04/2014 09:00:00
McCormack finish earns Leeds points
Leeds Utd : 20/04/2014 08:00:00
Leeds Utd : 20/04/2014 07:33:00
LUFC On This Day - April 20th
Leeds Utd : 20/04/2014 07:08:00
Edwards - We Need Semi Final Atmopshere
Yeovil : 19/04/2014 23:15:00
Johnson Delighted With Continued Fight
Yeovil : 19/04/2014 23:03:00

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

Where do QPR need to strengthen most?
Suggested By:  Boxer
Goalkeeper 8%
Defender 22%
Midfielder 5%
Forward 65%