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The Name's The Same

Posted: Monday 20th April 2020

How much do you know about QPR? In fact, how's your general knowledge generally?

 

Here at AKUTR's, we do like a quiz - and regularly feature various puzzles and quizzes, not always with a QPR theme. They vary in type and style, and on this page you can try our latest challenge.

 

No cheating now... and all the answers can be viewed using the link at the bottom.

Below are clues to 15 pairs of players who each share the same surname, as well as having a connection to QPR. There is a 16th pairing, which represents our Big Challenge. How many can you identify?

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Defender, signed from Spurs in August 2015, still very much at QPR.

Defender, signed from Wigan in January 2008, nicknamed ‘One Size’, who scored twice in a 2-1 opening day win against Barnsley in 2008/09 but then missed a penalty for his hat-trick.

 

Winger who came to QPR as part of the exchange deal that saw Don Masson go to Derby.

Swansea-born midfielder, signed from Stoke and later sold to Leicester.

 

QPR left-back in the 1967 League Cup Final.

Ex-Chelsea striker who scored nine goals in 27 appearances for QPR in 1980/81.

 

Loan signing from Tottenham who made two appearances for QPR in the early 90s.

Striker signed from Everton and sold to FC Porto in 1980 after just 15 appearances.

 

One-time apprentice at QPR, but returned to Loftus Road from Chelsea in 1996.

Bobby Gould signing from Hereford, who debuted for QPR at Derby alongside fellow new boy Andy Tilson.

 

Joined QPR from Shrewsbury in 1968, making 74 appearances before transferring to Ipswich.

Northern Ireland international who played for QPR in between spells at Southampton and Portsmouth.

 

England international who played for and later managed QPR.

England international who played for and later managed QPR.

 

England international who played for and later managed QPR.

Brother of above, who made seven QPR appearances (five as substitute) before joining Brighton on a free transfer in 1983.

 

With 189 career goals, holds all-time QPR scoring record.

Famous Boys Brigade leader (and QPR striker).

 

Jamaican-born man mountain signed from Wolves in 1979.

QPR right-back in the 1967 League Cup Final.

 

Fulham-born goalkeeper, transferred to Sheffield Wednesday in 1958

Fulham-born goalkeeper, transferred to Sheffield Wednesday in 1967

 

Late 1960s goalkeeper, who played 64 times for QPR before going to Birmingham.

One-season midfielder, a £60,000 signing from Arsenal in 1976.

 

Tall defender, signed from Fulham in 1977.

Managed QPR between November 1989 and May 1991

 

Signed from Liverpool in December 1984, scored second goal in a 2-0 League Cup win for QPR at Stamford Bridge.

Defender, signed from Liverpool in August 2014, now at Sheffield United via Forest.

 

Defender signed from Arsenal in January 2008 for £1m, made 125 appearances for QPR before ending up at Cardiff.

Cult-hero at Wrexham before signing for QPR in 2008.

 

The Big Challenge

 

Defender sold to Crystal Palace in 1974 for £30,000 after 42 appearances in four years.

Prolific striker, scorer of 39 goals in 84 appearances, was signed from Wrexham in 1960, then joined Oxford in 1962.