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at 09:28 13 Jul 2018
Wha? Huh? Anyone seen him? Is he still around? We demand answers, damn it.
|Anyone Else Working Today?|
at 09:54 7 Jul 2018
Fortunately, I'll have the game on the laptop. My friend is a chef and he is furious he's missing the game.
at 14:28 6 Jul 2018
Just watched the McLaren interview on the offish and he hasn't even attempted a Portugese accent. Poor show.
|Irony, Thy Name Is QPR|
at 11:20 1 Jul 2018
Just noticed that the reason the club has gone to Portugal is for 'warm weather training'.
During a record UK heatwave.
We simply can't help ourselves.
|Extracts from 'Chairman'|
at 11:15 15 May 2018
'.... It was 2PM or 'post meridiem' a Latin phrase indicating that the day had passed from morning to afternoon, and Fernando Tones was worried. He sat at his polished mahogany desk and began to compose a new tweet. Rather than attempting to imitate the vocalisation of a small bird, he was using a micro-blogging social network called Twitter.
"This used to be easier" he thought, reflecting on the original 140 character limit imposed on users up until November 2017 when it was doubled for most users outside of Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
"Oliver Hillyway has left the club" he typed using 28 letters and 5 spaces. Did spaces count? he mused. Twitter's rules were clear: spaces did indeed count as characters. Damn, he thought.
There was a knock at the door. The door was a large wooden contrivance, hinged down one side and latched to allow entry and exit to his office. In its current position, this was closed, blocking entry and allowing for privacy. If whoever was on the other side was to gain entry, this situation would have to change...'
at 10:47 5 May 2018
As it's the last day of term, are the players allowed to wear their own clothes instead of uniform? Maybe watch a video instead of having to do work.
|It's May Day|
at 10:24 1 May 2018
In rural Dorset, the preparations have been frantic for today's celebrations. The village druid has saluted the dawn and lit the Wicker Man and everyone is excitedly gathering around the May Pole. This year's May Pole is Bartosz Jutkewicz from Karakow. He will be greased up and released in Shaftesbury High Street whilst children try to catch him.
|Careful Out There - It's On|
at 11:42 14 Mar 2018
'Hesquith? Gather up Aubrey, Fauntleroy and Hilarian. It would appear that those oiks from Shepherd's Bush will be in attendance on Saturday'.
|Russian Spy In Salisbury?|
at 11:19 6 Mar 2018
I think the Russians were able to approach him during the snowy weather when their furry hats wouldn't stand out.
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