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Well, it was in direct response to your comment that you wondered if we could "keep on signing these loan players on im guessing big wages every season". The significance being that our wage budget is in a very sensible place, and is affordable, even with one or two loans per year.

As for the Linford Christie comment - H&F Council have consulted on redeveloping the site, with one option being a 30,000 seater sports stadium. I personally doubt it will ever happen, partly as I think Imperial have a big interest in the site, but also because I suspect the Council will want to retain an interest in the site for non-footballing activities and the whole purpose of a move for QPR would be to generate more non-matchday revenue. Transport shouldn't be an issue *if* HS2 goes ahead as it would be walking distance from Old Oak station - where Crossrail meets HS2. Hard to get much better from a public transport perspective. Moto point really as it won't happen.

Can’t you move back where you came from to north London
 

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Can’t you move back where you came from to north London
What? Lose our West London bragging rights? Remember that there are only two West London league teams.
 

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Wiki also says nw6 in its area of brent cross/kilburn etc
No.
NW6 borders W10 separated by Kilburn Lane and NW6 includes the open space (park) called Queen's Park which includes the school originally called St Judes.
Brent Cross is miles away.
I was born on the estate.
Only time QPR played in NW6 was in Kensal Rise.
They did play in Park Royal (2 venues) including on the site of the Guinness brewery in Acton/Park Royal but not NORTH London.
 
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No.
NW6 borders W10 separated by Kilburn Lane and NW6 includes the open space (park) called Queen's Park which includes the school originally called St Judes.
Brent Cross is miles away.
I was born on the estate.
Only time QPR played in NW6 was in Kensal Rise.
They did play in Park Royal (2 venues) including on the site of the Guinness brewery in Acton/Park Royal but not NORTH London.
Fuxkin ell.

You must be happy with how Warburton done for you this year !

Still aint from here though
 

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I’ve always been Bees through and through. 4th generation. But I often went to Fulham with my Rupert friends for the canapes in the 00s. The catering was on a different level to anything at the Bees.
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I do remember partaking of an excellent sausage bap on the Stevenage Road before conga-ing through the home fans singing “Two Gary Steven’s”
 

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For some strange reason I wanted QPR to win that game. Only because I would like to see Rotherham relegated before our re-arranged game with them. The last thing we need is for them to still have hope when we play them. Remember Barnsley last season!
But... if they're already relegated and the players relax and play their game free of pressure...
 

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