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QPR 2013/14 Home kit Small

QPR 2013/14 Home kit Small

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Condition: ★★★★★

This kit is in exellent condition. It is manufactured by Lotto and a size Small.

Formation and Nickname: QPR was founded in 1882, making it one of the oldest football clubs in England. The team's nickname, "The Hoops," is derived from their distinctive blue and white hooped jerseys.

Loftus Road: QPR's home ground, Loftus Road, is one of the smallest stadiums in the Premier League. Its intimate atmosphere is well-loved by fans, and it has a unique character.

During the 2013/14 season, Queens Park Rangers (QPR) had a challenging campaign, primarily in the English Football League, but they also participated in domestic cup competitions. Here's a summary of their performance in all competitions that season:

  1. EFL Championship : QPR finished 4th and through the Play-Offs they secured a spot for the Premier League next season.

  2. FA Cup: QPR had a relatively short run in the FA Cup. They were eliminated in the third round of the competition by Sheffield United, losing 3-0 on January 5, 2014.

  3. League Cup (Capital One Cup): In the League Cup, QPR reached the second round but were knocked out by Everton, losing 0-2 on October 23, 2013.

Some of the key players that season included:

  1. Adel Taarabt: Adel Taarabt was a standout player for QPR during the 2010/11 season. He was named the Football League Player of the Year and was the Championship's top scorer with 19 goals. Taarabt's creativity and flair in midfield were instrumental in QPR's promotion.

  2. Nedum Onuoha

  3. Alejandro Faurlin: Alejandro Faurlin, an Argentine midfielder, was a key figure in QPR's midfield. His work rate and ability to control the game in the center of the pitch were essential to the team's success.

  4. Shaun Wright-Phillips

  5. Junior Hoilett

  6. Yossi Benayoun

  7. Charlie Austin                                                                                                                    
  8. Bobby Zamora
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