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Welcome to our free-to-read section. While football is currently suspended and we are supplying a Daily Fix of QPR, it's here we'll place links to all the articles posted to date. As and when football resumes, we'll keep this section available as an archive. With somewhere in the region of 15 million words published since AKUTR's first appeared in 1987, it will never remotely be comprehensive. But it might keep you entertained - and give a flavour of what's inside one of the country's longest-running (and award-winning) fanzines. Fill your boots...

Queens Park Rangers and a impossible-to-fathom game show that made you want to put your boot through the screen - for a long time both were part of Anthony Hobbs’ Saturday routine...

 

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When the unknown author of this article set out to visit Loftus Road on the latest stage of a comprehensive guide for the www.groundstour.freeserve.co.uk website, little did he realise his perception of Loftus Road and QPR fans was about to be well and truly changed...

 

 

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Not all QPR fans begin their support at an early age. Some QPR fans get interested much later in life. Fans like Brian Harley, for instance...

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Think of Michael Robinson and it’s long odds-on you’ll be remembering that goal at Stamford Bridge. Despite a fairly illustrious career at some heavyweight clubs, it seems the player hadn’t forgotten it either, as Mike Currie discovered on a chance encounter...

 

a doff of the cap to Michael Robinson, may he forever rest in peace

 

 

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He was instrumental in QPR’s finest moment - and had a career-long love affair with the Rangers, despite moving around several different clubs. Brian Ford tells the story of Mark Lazarus...

 

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Dave Bailey takes a stroll down memory lane, with a snapshot of three QPR players from the dim and distant past, each of them playing in Hoops at a time when foreign players were something of a rarity in the game...

 

 

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There are lies, damned lies and statistics. Anthony Hobbs looked at the impact of statistics on QPR and came out 41.73 per cent certain they have played a part in... er, something or other. Probably...

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2016: retirement beckoned. Not for your correspondent, Simon Dorset, but the hero of the day at Wembley Stadium in 2014...

 

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He famously didn’t recognise his own national anthem on his international debut - and was one of the biggest characters ever to wear the Hoops. Terry Mancini also became an established crowd favourite in his time at Loftus Road. Jack Morgan paid tribute...

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There have been few stranger players than Ned Zelic to wear the hoops - “versatile as an egg” or not. But as Clive Gifford discovered, all the evidence of odd behaviour was there even before the Aussie-via-Yugoslavia signed for QPR...

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