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Nigel's season summary: Newly promoted Q.P.R. were sadly appalling in 1968/69, finishing the season in last place with only 18 points (4 wins, 10 draws, 28 defeats). They conceded 95 goals in their 42 games.
196. Les Allen 197. Frank Clarke 198. Dave Clement 199. Bobby Finch 200. Allan Harris

 

 

RIP 31/03/1982

RIP 18/09/1978

 

Chelsea player from 1956 to 1959. Moved to Tottenham for 20,000 from 1959 to 1964 where he was a member of the 1960/61 double-winning team. Joined QPR in July 1965, becoming manager in 1968. Elder brother of 'Sniffer'. Signed from Shrewsbury in February 1968 for 45,000, but moved on to Ipswich in March 1970. Finished his playing career with Carlisle in 1977. QPR stalwart from 1965 to 1978, notching up over 400 league games. His son is a current Premier League player. London-born full-back who made 5 full league appearances in a career from 1966 to 1968. Elder brother of 'Chopper'. He also began his career with Chelsea before moving to Coventry in 1964. Rejoined Chelsea in 1966 before a transfer to QPR in 1967. Ended playing career with Plymouth and Cambridge.
201. Tony Hazell 202. Ron Hunt 203. Mike Keen 204. Bobby Keetch 205. Mike Leach

 

 

 RIP 12/04/2009

RIP 29/06/1996

RIP ??/??/1992

QPR player from 1964 to 1974 with over 350 league appearances. Moved to Millwall where he made another 150+ appearances, then Crystal Palace and Charlton. Half-back whose entire career was with QPR from 1963 to 1972, over 200 league appearances. Career began with QPR in 1959. Almost 400 league appearances before transferring to Luton in January 1969. Joined Watford in 1972 where he became manager in 1973. Wycombe manager 1979-1984. London-lad who joined QPR after being released by Fulham in 1966. Made only 48 league appearances for Rangers before ending his league career in 1968. Later made a name for himself as an entrepreneur. Long career with QPR from 1964 to 1977, almost 300 league appearances. Played in the United States before joining Cambridge for a brief spell in 1978.
206. Rodney Marsh 207. Ian Morgan 208. Roger Morgan 209. Ron Springett 210. Alan Wilks
Talented player who began with Fulham in 1962 before a move to QPR in 1966 for 15,000. Played over 200 league games for Rangers before a high profile move to Manchester City in March 1972. Ended career in U.S. and with Fulham. One of the Morgan twins, both of whom were signed by Rangers in September 1964. Moved to Watford in October 1973 before injury ended his playing career. Made slightly more appearances for QPR than his twin before a 110,000 transfer to Tottenham in February 1972. Made only 66 league appearances for Spurs before sadly succumbing to injuries. Brilliant goalkeeper who began with QPR in 1953 before a 10,000 transfer to Sheffield Wednesday in March 1958 where he made 345 league appearances. Traded back to QPR in 1967 with his brother moving from QPR to the Owls. Centre-forward signed from Chelsea in May 1965. Made only 44 league appearances in six seasons before a transfer to Gillingham where he enjoyed more success.