Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Queens Park Rangers
|Queens Park Rangers were relegated from the Premier League in the 1995-96 season. Their first away win of the season was a surprise 3-1 victory for the Londonders. Who did they play?||Queens Park Rangers FC History
Leeds United. Leeds, champions in 1991-92, succumbed to two Danny Dichio goals, and one from Trevor Sinclair. David Wetherall was on target for Leeds on that day. QPR were relegated along with Manchester City and Bolton Wanderers.
West Bromwich Albion. QPR beat Colchester United, Aldershot, Swansea Town, Leicester City, Carlisle United, and Birmingham City on their way to the Wembley final. On 4 March, 1967, they beat West Brom, the then holders of the cup, 3-2 in the final.
Third. Queens Park Rangers played in the old Third Division in the 1920-21 season, and finished six points behind champions, Crystal Palace, with Southampton finishing in second place.
Birmingham City. Furlong, a striker, began his career with non-League Enfield in 1990, before Coventry snapped him up a year later. After four goals in 37 games for the club he signed with Watford, where he stayed until 1994. After a further two seasons with Chelsea, Furlong signed for Birmingham and played 130 League games, scoring 50 goals between 1996-2002. Furlong then had two loan-spells with QPR, and one with Sheffield United, before signing for Rangers in September, 2002.
James Cowan. Cowan was QPR's manager between 1906-13, Howie between 1913-20, Liddell was 1920-24, and Wood lasted just one season. Other QPR managers over the years have included Terry Venables, Trevor Francis, Ray Wilkins, and Ian Holloway.
Kensal Rise Athletic Ground. Kensal Rise Athletic Ground was used by QPR between 1897-1901. Latimer Road was their home until 1904, when they moved to Park Royal until 1917. Loftus Road and White City were used twice each by QPR up until 1962, when they made Loftus Road their permanent home.
1882. Although formed in 1882, it wasn't until almost 40 years later when they finally entered the Football League. In the inaugural Premier League season of 1992-93, QPR were the highest-placed London team, finishing fifth.