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Discussion in 'Queens Park Rangers' started by Hoop-Leif, Feb 18, 2021.
I can't recall it....... Is that a good thing?
In my head he was an absolute clown but just looked up the match and he replaced Lee Harper on 54, the same minute one Clint Hill scored for Tranmere and we didn’t concede again, winning 2-1.
Sub-10k crowd and Phil Dowd was the ref.
Richard Langley. I've seen him at The Rangers a few times supporting the R's.
Always think it's great when former players still hold a genuine affinity for the club.
Let's go back a bit further...
That's Don Givens, I think.
I’ve mis identified him once on this thread, but that has to be Don.
It is, aye.
Can you guess which memory i'm thinking of?
That's the one.
With his moments of individual skill, Wegerle was one of the first players to really capture my attention/imagination as a young lad.
Used his step-over regularly in my playing days on those cold, sunday mornings.
(Which, incidentally often resulted in some overweight, useless left-back chopping me down for free-kicks/pens )
Well, that heap of dung of a performance tonight got me thinking, so here's........
Him and his mate must've been a refs nightmare!
Ahh yes, Razor Ruddock too.
Opponents must have loved coming up against these two.
Thankfully it wasn’t for long. What an embarrassment we were.
So very true.
The amount of stick i took from my mates at the time.....
Anyhows, getting back to actual footballers....