For many people, the mention of Battersea, the suburb of South West London, conjures up two things: the cats and dogs’ home and Clapham Junction, which proudly describes itself as Britain’s busiest railway station.
Beyond this, some might add, there is little of note, especially when compared to the exciting, vibrant and diverse areas to the north, such as Hackney, Islington and Camden. They would be wrong. Continue reading →
QPR FanZoner Chris King thinks the club’s recent performances have shown plenty of promise and believes the Rs have hope of avoiding the drop.
Queens Park Rangers have experienced a transformation so drastic and absolute over the past few weeks that it has seen them go from nailed-on for relegation to hopeful of finishing in the promised land of 17th and above.
It is just a shame that the Rs’ luck has not undergone a similar change, as Harry Redknapp’s team are still not getting what their performances deserve.
ORDERING a triple at the bar would often spark concern for your wellbeing.
In a Belgian monastery, it is perfectly normal — they might be hurt if you didn’t.
Westmalle Abbey brews two of Flanders’ most heavenly ales, the blonde Tripel and dark brown Dubbel. Home to 36 monks and their forefathers since 1794, it is an hour’s pilgrimage (by car) from Brussels, starting a trip that will lead me to five breweries, two pubs and a beer festival.
QPR FanZoner Chris King calls for the club to put internal squabbles to one side following the disappointment of Sunday’s defeat to Liverpool.
Queens Park Rangers have spent the past few days self-destructing on and off the field, with internal squabbles making more back page headlines than the crushing 3-2 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday.
It was a truly devastating way to lose a football match, the visitors’ winner coming after the R’s had fought their way back into the game and looked to be heading for a point, the least their performance deserved.