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A celebration of the history of our great football club..
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retroQPR 6h
Stefano, The club shop manager may be able to let you know. I have bought the one there in the recent past. I'm sure the mid 1970s one is still on sale, it has a red number 10 on the back though.
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retroQPR 6h
He wasn't Dan, rumour has it that one of his roadies was an R's fan. He borrowed it for a Kickabout which was then shot for part of one of the band's promo videos.
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retroQPR 6h
and team captain Gerry Francis share in each others success back in the autumn of 1975.
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retroQPR 16h
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retroQPR 16h
Nice work Andy, a superb job. A very familiar photo for a lot of fans but never seen like this.
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retroQPR 16h
Nice one That looks looks like the original vintage 1985-86 Adidas shirt as well. A true classic.
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retroQPR Aug 16
Roll up, roll up! for your Brian Williams head shots! The club shop 1977 style.
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retroQPR Aug 16
Fantastic! A great souvenir of our promotion winning season.
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retroQPR Aug 16
Ahead of the game tomorrow, some retro and action. It involves Ernie Howe for the R's and Joe Royle for the Robins. This photograph was taken during a 2-2 at Loftus Road in February 1978.
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retroQPR Aug 16
30 years ago - the joys of a visit to Stamford Bridge for an away fan. You would need a binoculars to view the match from the visitors pen. Not forgetting the welcoming committee of their fans outside the ground. Not everything was better in the old days.
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retroQPR Aug 16
A familiar sight in the 1970s, being hacked to the ground. On this occasion it was Manchester City's England international defender Dave Watson who was the guilty party.
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retroQPR Aug 16
Martyn Busby battling for the ball with Alan Hansen of during a 2-0 win at Loftus Road on 12/11/77.
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retroQPR Aug 14
One of the many innovations that the great Dave Sexton brought to the English game during the mid 1970s.
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retroQPR Aug 14
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retroQPR Aug 13
👍 Picture taken by either John Searight or Ariel Friedlander.
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retroQPR Aug 13
Steve Wicks leads out the side for one of the most memorable evenings in the club's League Cup history. The Quarter Final Replay victory at Stamford Bridge in January 1986.
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retroQPR Aug 12
"The Immortals" (With thanks to the Keen family for the use of the photograph.)
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retroQPR Aug 12
I remember you Steve, along with "Silly Jim" you were both great entertainment on the L.S.A. coaches. R.I.P. Jim
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retroQPR Aug 12
30 years ago (12/8/89) Pre Season Friendly 1 (Dennison) 1 (Spackman)
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retroQPR Aug 12
30 years ago (12/8/89) Pre Season Friendly at Molineux. 1 (Dennison) 1 (Spackman) Photos: Ariel Friedlander
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