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This week's podcast 15:37 - Sep 23 with 1213 viewsNorthernr

Jimmy Dunne, Alex Carroll the guests...

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This week's podcast on 17:46 - Sep 23 with 1090 viewsFaurlinho

Jimmy comes cross as a great bloke, witty, bright and gives thought to his answers. Really good interview. Polite request for Lee Wallace next, given that all the players rave about his footballing intelligence.
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This week's podcast on 17:50 - Sep 23 with 1082 viewsNorthernr

This week's podcast on 17:46 - Sep 23 by Faurlinho

Jimmy comes cross as a great bloke, witty, bright and gives thought to his answers. Really good interview. Polite request for Lee Wallace next, given that all the players rave about his footballing intelligence.


Yeh Wallace is great, but I know for a fact he won't want to talk while he's injured and "not contributing".
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This week's podcas on 06:21 - Sep 24 with 928 viewsnix

Absolutely brilliant podcast. Really interesting interview with Alex Carroll. For those of us obsessives, it's good to hear what's going on with the new B team format and how they have different strategies with our young players to get them into the first team. It all sounds so professional and if you had a talented young lad, you'd definitely think of QPR as a credible club.

Jimmy Dunne comes across so well. He looks quite hard on the pitch but what a lovely young lad with a soft Irish lilt and really does love his mum!

Cheering to hear from yet another player about the excellent team spirit and how they notice the support from the fans.

I'm really loving the way this club is run these days. Warbs had to be tough to show with Manning and Kane the standards he expects from his players. It could have backfired horribly but it seems to be paying off with a fantastic bonding experience. If players love coming into work every day, it's going to show on and off the pitch and hopefully will make it easier to keep onto them until they' need to step up; hopefully with us but failing that, leave on reasonable terms and with gratitude from our fans.
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This week's podcast on 09:06 - Sep 24 with 822 viewslondonscottish

Great guests. Really interesting to get an explanation of what the B team is there for and also to hear how the club think quite widely about the futures of young players under their wings be that football or something else.

Jimmy was pure class. Obviously really smart but also very mature and self aware. Add that too his obvious abilities on the pitch and he's just a great signing. Looking forward to see him play in the league more.

Including Ilias last week, three blinding guests in a row.

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This week's podcast on 09:23 - Sep 24 with 803 viewsNorthernr

On the video as well again thanks to Charlie...

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This week's podcast on 10:19 - Sep 24 with 744 viewsBrianMcCarthy

This week's podcast on 09:23 - Sep 24 by Northernr

On the video as well again thanks to Charlie...



Charlie's chair makes him look like he's joined the Nuns!

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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This week's podcast on 10:42 - Sep 24 with 719 viewsRs_Holy

Very entertaining hour and twenty minutes... Young Jimmy totally gets QPR and what it means to the fans and the community
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This week's podcast on 11:02 - Sep 24 with 690 viewslondonscottish

This week's podcast on 10:42 - Sep 24 by Rs_Holy

Very entertaining hour and twenty minutes... Young Jimmy totally gets QPR and what it means to the fans and the community


"It's not a tourist type of ground".

Loved that comment.

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This week's podcast on 11:42 - Sep 24 with 632 viewseastside_r

This week's podcast on 10:42 - Sep 24 by Rs_Holy

Very entertaining hour and twenty minutes... Young Jimmy totally gets QPR and what it means to the fans and the community


And did he really say (I think he did) that he loves the Rob Dickie song and sings it every day.

A star in the making.
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This week's podcast on 12:18 - Sep 24 with 595 viewsBazzeR

Good to hear Sinclair Armstrong being singled out for his sharp progression in the B/U23 sides.

With Charlie Kelman seemingly impressing Gillingham players enough to compare him to ‘Rooney’recently the future of this club looks extremely rosy.
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This week's podcast on 12:49 - Sep 24 with 557 viewsdmm

One of the best OARs podcasts I've listened to. Carroll was very good at explaining our youth policies and thinking behind the B team.

As others have said, Dunne came across extremely well for a young lad and, as one of them said, not only is he a great player but an excellent character too.
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This week's podcast on 12:52 - Sep 24 with 540 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Great episode.

My favourite line was when Finney said that Top 6 is doable and Dunne just stares at him in shock for a few seconds before dead-panning "You don't think we can get Top 2?"

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This week's podcast on 15:33 - Sep 24 with 446 viewsdaveB

Dunne's description of the stadium being the heart of the community was genuinely beautiful
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This week's podcast on 16:05 - Sep 24 with 392 viewsBrianMcCarthy

This week's podcast on 15:33 - Sep 24 by daveB

Dunne's description of the stadium being the heart of the community was genuinely beautiful


Yes, it was. Such eloquence and feeling from such a young man!

I liked him as a guest - as well as the above attributes, he's also a rogue. Remarkably mature for a 23-year old. They breed them well in the Wee County.

Alex Carroll was also hugely impressive for a man of his years.

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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This week's podcast on 14:48 - Sep 25 with 242 viewsTacticalR

This week's podcast on 17:46 - Sep 23 by Faurlinho

Jimmy comes cross as a great bloke, witty, bright and gives thought to his answers. Really good interview. Polite request for Lee Wallace next, given that all the players rave about his footballing intelligence.


Wallace appears to be the Zen master of the squad with his disconcerting questions.

Air hostess clique

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