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Published: v Bristol City - 1st February 2020

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Just days after Nahki Wells waved goodbye to the KPF Stadium, he was back again - this time in a Bristol City shirt. As well as a wry take on what we thought was bound to happen, our cover was just as quickly out of date when, contrary to all expectations, Wells didn’t score against us! Inside Issue 358, you can find:

 

Talking Hoops - Wells Forego

Our take on the Nahki Wells situation.. as well as the frustrations of going out of the FA Cup to Sheffield Wednesday.

 

Dave Barton - (Not) Up For The Cup

Dave Barton is equally annoyed about Rangers going out of the FA Cup - and so predictably at that.

 

Vox Pop - Bermudan Triangle

No prizes for guessing the Bermudan in question here, as we ask a handful of Rangers fans to give their thoughts on the departure of the popular Nahki Wells.

 

Ratings & Stats

We rate the players and performances from recent games against Leeds, Sheffield Wednesday & Blackburn.

 

Academy & U-23s - In Reserve

Chris Hewitt assesses the QPR reserve teams in the latest of his semi-regular updates on the emerging talent at the club.

 

From The Archives

A double offering as we delve into our archives with a Brian Ford appreciation of a then emerging Kevin Gallen; while Anthony Hobbs tells of his younger days playing as the entire QPR team in his own back garden.

 

Peter Tajasque - Where We Are

It's been an up and down season so far - but Peter, for one, is mostly content with what he's seen.

 

Jamie Sellers - Colour Blind

Jamie isn’t impressed with the pale green away kit, and tells us why.

 

Down Memory Lane - A Tale of Two Away Games

Ray Eaton takes us back to two very contrasting trips to Everton and Swindon in 1993/94 - and also looks at what historical QPR content can be viewed on Pathe News.

 

All this, and much more besides!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It was soul-destroying seeing the girls get walloped week in and week out, while the supposed coach stood on the sidelines offering no instructions whatsoever.