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Daily QPR Fixes/Archive

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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...

Having slumbered through most of the season, Dave Barton had suddenly found his mojo again, excited and nervous in equal measures ahead of the play-off second-leg against Wigan at Loftus Road - and now eagerly awaiting the trip to Wembley...

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The early relationship between Libby Magrill and her then boyfriend (now husband) Nick, was severely strained by his love of Rugby and her passion for QPR. And then one day, the two codes clashed - but which love would prevail?

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In February 2007, with Ian Holloway bringing his Plymouth side to Loftus Road, Richard Bristow considered the disappearance of the feelgood factor that he brought to QPR...

It’s a familiar refrain - more so on the internet than anywhere else - but some fans still appear unconvinced of the value of a Director of Football, and the one currently in place at QPR. Clive argues the case for Les Ferdinand...

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When David Cestaro found himself watching Bristol Rovers at their then temporary home at Twerton Park, he also noticed a familiar and forlorn figure sitting just in front of him...

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Reading fans once chanted that ‘Rufus’ was a dog’s name. In this case, a rottweiller - and a hungry one at that. Clive Gifford paid tribute to a man you would want alongside you walking down a dark alley at night...

 

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Beth Peach visits The Oval for a first taste of international cricket- and although she enjoys it, decides it’s not Loftus Road at the end of the day...

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At the end of the 2016/17 season, Ray Eaton looked back at some great QPR goals in recent years, but ones that didn’t necessarily lift Rangers to any great heights...

 

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By no means a famous name from QPR’s past, Keith Sanderson was still something of an unsung hero to Barry Devine...

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Originally penned for the book Survival of the Fattest, editor Dave Thomas looked back on the 1994/95 season, when Manchester United loomed large in QPR’s campaign...

 

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