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QPR on TV 11/12

Discussion in 'Queens Park Rangers' started by Atouk, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. The Grimster

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    watched it last night and it made for painful viewing. it was a great insight into the contempt that the new money coming into the game has for the supporters.

    Quotes from Briatore:

    "I want the names of the people booing me or I will sell the club"
    "They think they can pay their £10 and tell me how to run the club"
     


  2. DylanPresman

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    I loved it. A whole documentary about the club I love! I thought GP came off well -- passionate and as though he really cared about the club. He was the center of the film in many ways. I thought some of the fans made us look bad -- how quickly they turned on Flav and just how ugly/petty they seemed. That made me cringe. Chanting "4 year plan-your having a laugh" when, in fact, the 4 year plan worked and we were in the Prem in 4 years.
     
  3. DylanPresman

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    Scum v QPR is on Fox Soccer on Sunday at 8:30 a.m.

    Any thoughts on where to watch?

    I am not hugely optimistic although they will be coming off their Champions League game against Barca and have a cup game coming up so maybe they will be pre-occupied. To be honest. I think if we can steal a point off the Scum we have a good chance of staying up. I think 1 point there, three points against Stoke and that, along with our goal difference, should be enough.

    Anyhow, where are you watching the game?
     
  4. QPR Kevin H

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    Flanagan's Harp and Fiddle will be open -- but they're showing Celtic-Rangers at 7:30, so I don't know if it would be the best place for our match. Fado says they will be open as well, but I'd call them to make sure. Showing GAA at 9am, so other things going on there as well.
     


  5. QPR Kevin H

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    Big one on Sunday...

    ESPN2
    LIVE Barclays Premier League presented by Sonosite - Manchester City vs. Queens Park Rangers HD
    9:30am ET -- 10am ET kickoff
     
  6. Atouk

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    I'm half inclined to watch Stoke/Bolton instead. Better chance of a necessary result there. :unsure:
     
  7. QPR Kevin H

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    That one will be on FS+ and FoxSoccer2Go. Will be nervously watching that on the laptop with the R's on the big screen.
     
  8. DylanPresman

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    I agree, although I can't see me watching the Stoke/Bolton game and ignoring ours. I'll probably go to the pub and hope to pursuade the owner to put the QPR/Man Citeh game will be on the main TV and the Stoke/Bolton game on one of the smaller TVs. That way I can keep an eye on both games at the same time. Flannagans in Bethesda is where I expect to end up if anyone wants to join me.
     

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