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85 pages, Foreword by Mark Lazarus,
Introduction by Ron Phillips
100% of proceeds from this book go to
QPR In The Community Trust
"I cannot thank John enough for his choice to donate a very sizable amount to QPR in the Community Trust through the sale of his book. This donation really hit home for us here at the Trust because it came from a fan and after meeting John it was clear how much the Club has played a huge part in his life which is evident when you read his book which is full of QPR memories. We are very grateful to John for deciding to donate the proceeds to the QPR Family via QPR in the Community Trust."
Andy Evans, QPR In The Community Trust
"A cracking read! Not being a "big" club, we don't have the amount of historians that others do. This sort of stuff is invaluable to the real fan and is made far more readable by the personal perspective."
John P. Carew
"A book of personal reminiscences for the older supporter, and a personal view on the club's heritage for the younger supporter"
Gordon Macey ~ Q.P.R. Club Historian and author of 'Queen's Park Rangers - The Complete Record'
"This book brought back many happy memories for me. I commend it to QPR supporters of all generations."
Ivor Powell MBE, - QPR and Wales 1939-1948
"Every QPR supporter should want to get a hold of a copy of this extremely good read"
Ron Phillips, QPR Secretary 1966-1989
"My Dad [...] started supporting the Rs just before the war, and took me to my first game in 1967. [...] I gave him a copy of the book for Christmas and he absolutely loved it. A big thank you to Gramps for his tremendous work."
Sexton, QPR messageboard poster
"I gave your book as a Christmas present to my dad and he has been on the phone to me having had a flood of memories after reading passages from it. Magic! Far better than any pair of socks or bottle of wine."
"Didn't say earlier but really enjoyed your book... Be proud of your hard work and really nice how you thank everyone who helped you but can I just say a very big well done to you!"
GladstoneParkRanger, QPR messageboard poster