Thankyou CPR , and Bushman kindly added tWo more !!
2 to go and they both had relatively short spells with us ! Number 8 only played 7-8 games for us. Played for us in 1996.
Number 7 played for us in the 50's around 5-6 times and scored one goal !
please finish these off for me ! ;D
PLAYED FOR EVERTON AND QPR , WHO ARE THEY??
1)Burnley>QPR>Everton>Wolves>Vancouver ?Dave Thomas 2)Wolves>Swindon>QPR>Everton>WBA ?Peter Eastoe 3)Luton>Everton>QPR>WBA>Everton ? Andy King 4)Bolton>Everton>QPR>Man C>Southampton ?Peter Reid 5)Rangers>Chelsea>QPR>Everton>Motherwell ?John Spencer 6)Everton>QPR>Swansea>Colchester>Brighton ?Kevin McLeod 7)Aldershot>Norwich>NottsC>Everton>QPR ?Oscar Hold 8)Luton>Everton>QPR>Norwich>Wigan?Matt Jackson
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THE FRIDAY PREVIEW: EVERTON Posted on: Fri 19 Aug 2011
The R's will be hoping to put last weekend's defeat behind them, as they travel to Goodison Park for their first away fixture of the season on Saturday.
Everton, who are yet to play a competitive Premier League game, provide the opposition at Goodison Park.
David Moyes' side, who finished a respectable seventh last term, will once again rely on a familiar looking squad after a quiet summer in the transfer market.
Rangers' gaffer Neil Warnock has this week been boosted by the exciting news of Tony Fernandes' takeover of the Club, with the new majority shareholder promising the Rangers boss funds to strengthen in the transfer window.
The weekend's fixture will be the first chance for R's fans to return to Goodison Park for the first time in 15 years, verifying 'We are Premier League.'
Everton Team News:
Likely starting XI ...
Neville - Jagielka - Distin - Baines
Anichebe - Fellaini - Arteta - Osman
Cahill - Saha
Player to Watch ... Tim CAHILL (Midfielder)
An inspirational figure around Goodison Park, 31 year old Tim Cahill is now entering his seventh Premier League season with the Toffees, after arriving from Millwall for £1.5 million in 2004.
The Aussie international became an instant favourite amongst the terraces and finished the Club's top goalscorer in his first season.
Cahill scored his 50th Premier League goal against Blackpool in November 2010.
But the 2010/11 season was plagued with a foot injury that prevented the midfielder from contributing further to Everton's campaign.
Despite only featuring 28 times, the Club's vice captain still managed nine goals last term.
The Numbers Game:
*7- Everton's final standing at the end of last season's Premier League campaign.
*750 - The number of appearances Neville Southall racked up during his iconic spell with the Toffees
*0 - The price Everton paid for striker Jermaine Beckford, who signed a four-year deal at Goodison Park in May 2010.
*40, 158 - Capacity of Goodison Park
*25 - The amount of players that David Moyes used during the 2010/11 Premier League season.
*Paddy Kenny- "David Moyes has built a very strong squad and from front to back they're full of internationals.
"It will be a very tough game, but we'll be going out there to express ourselves and show what we're capable of."
*Phil Neville - "We have worked hard over the past six or seven weeks. We suffered a little setback on Saturday with the game being off, but you never know. God works in mysterious ways, and it gave two or three of the lads some extra minutes on the pitch.
"I think we are all ready for the start of the season now. We were frustrated when our game was called off of course, but now the real stuff starts."
Match Odds with Coral:
Last Away Meeting:
Premiership: Everton 2-0 QPR, Wednesday 22nd November 1995.
Referee - K Friend
Assistants - G Beswick, A Garrett
4th Official - M Jones
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With that, we'll now be providing minute-by-minute updates from every First Team fixture involving the R's - from simple action updates to what's happening in and around the ground - in addition to an in-depth match report at full-time.
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Premier League Fixtures:
Saturday 20th August 2011 (Kick-Off 3.00pm unless stated)
Sunderland v Newcastle United (12:00noon)
Arsenal v Liverpool (12:45pm)
Aston Villa v Blackburn Rovers
Everton v Queens Park Rangers
Swansea City v Wigan Athletic
Chelsea v West Brom (5:30pm)
Sunday 21st August 2011
Norwich City v Stoke City (1:30pm)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Fulham (2pm)
Bolton Wanderers v Manchester City (4pm)
Monday 22nd August 2011
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur (8pm)
Next QPR Fixture: Saturday 27th August 2011: Wigan Athletic v QPR (12.30pm)
Page last updated at 11:55 GMT, Friday, 19 August 2011 12:55 UK
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* Venue: Goodison Park * Date: Saturday 20 August * Kick-off: 1500 BST * Coverage: Watch highlights on Match of the Day; listen on BBC Radio 5 live and local radio; text commentary on BBC Sport website and mobiles
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Saturday, 20 August 2011
Barclays Premier League Home Team Score Away Team Time Everton v QPR 15:00
EVERTON QPR Possession
* Everton 50% * QPR 50%
Attempts on target
* Everton 0 * QPR 0
Attempts off target
* Everton 0 * QPR 0
* Everton 0 * QPR 0
* Everton 0 * QPR 0
Everton midfielder Mikel Arteta is hoping to overcome the foot injury that hampered him during pre-season.
Seamus Coleman is a certain absentee with ankle ligament damage, while Diniyar Bilyaletdinov is banned.
QPR are without the suspended Clint Hill, who was sent off last Saturday, so Matt Connelly is expected to deputise.
Keiron Dyer's ankle injury will keep him sidelined until at least next week but Kaspars Gorkss is included. MATCH PREVIEW
The teams' off-the-pitch build-ups to this game couldn't be more contrasting.
The recent Queens Park Rangers story is a fascinating one, and this week's takeover by Malaysian businessman Tony Fernandes only adds to the intrigue. They have already spent more than Everton this summer and now have funds available to allow Neil Warnock to reinforce his squad in an attempt to achieve his target of Premier League stability.
The last time QPR faced Everton in the league 15 years ago, they won 3-1 with Mark Hateley and Kevin Gallen among the scorers and their midfield contained Ray Wilkins, Trevor Sinclair and Ian Holloway! Continue reading the main story
Whilst optimism is in the air in West London, frustration surrounds the blue half of Merseyside
Only over the course of the next 10 months will we see if there are any new heroes to step forward on the club's return to the top flight and write their names into QPR's history books.
The London side will certainly be hoping for an immediate reaction to the opening day defeat to Bolton - they don't play any of last season's top six in their next seven games, so they'll certainly need some points on the board by then.
Whilst optimism is in the air in West London, frustration surrounds the blue half of Merseyside. Bill Kenwright confirmed this week that the club can't borrow any more money from the bank, which explains why not one permanent new face has been added in the transfer window. At least so far they've managed to hold onto key figures such as Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka.
Everton will be hoping that the wait to start their season is worth it. Too often in recent times, a disappointing beginning to the campaign has left them with ground to make up in the new year.
Last season they didn't win a league match until their seventh attempt, which came in October. In fact, it was their worst start since 1994, and this is the first of a handful of fixtures that gives them an opportunity to hit the ground running.
David Moyes will celebrate 10 years in charge at Goodison this season. He has led the club to top-eight finishes in six of the last seven campaigns, which is a huge achievement in itself, and no doubt will be a target once again. MATCH FACTS
* The two clubs meet in the top flight for the first time since April 1996. QPR have won five of eight Premier League encounters, compared to Everton's two. * This fixture has historically produced goals in the Premier League era with 35 being scored, an average of 4.3 per game. * David Moyes and Neil Warnock have met eight times before as managers. Moyes has five wins to Warnock's one, while two games have been drawn.
* Everton are unbeaten in their last 12 Premier League matches at Goodison Park, a run dating back to December 2010. * The Toffees last seven league goals have been scored in the second half. * David Moyes' men lost three of their six league matches against promoted clubs last season, including at home to Newcastle United and West Brom. * Everton have lost 99 home matches in Premier League history.
* Rangers' last top flight away win came in a 3-1 victory at Sheffield Wednesday in February 1996. * The last promoted club to lose their opening two Premier League matches was West Brom in 2008-09 and they went on to be relegated * Only win in their last six for QPR dating back to the tail end of last season. * QPR's Heidar Helguson is looking for his 100th English league goal.
Gaffer Welcomes Warnock Return Friday 19th August 2011 16:55
by Rob Jones@efc_robjones QPR boss deserves second chance in Premier League says Moyes.
David Moyes is looking forward to resuming his friendly rivalry with QPR manager Neil Warnock when the two go head-to-head at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Moyes has lost just one of eight meetings with Warnock during his managerial career and is delighted to see the enigmatic Yorkshireman back in the Premier League.
Warnock's only other campaign as a top flight manager saw him relegated on the final day of the season with Sheffield United in 2007, but the Blues boss says he deserves a second effort at avoiding the drop with a newly promoted club.
"I'm looking forward to seeing Neil Warnock, I think he's done a great job to get himself promoted with QPR," said Moyes.
"He deserves it because he's worked really hard over the years he's been in management and he's earned the right to be at a big club with some history who look as if they've got some owners in who are going to give him the chance to spend some money to help him in this division.
"It's never easy for new teams coming in but it'll be a good test for us. I don't think anybody should get carried away with the result in their first game of the season and we need to go about our job and hope we get a good result."
QPR started their first Premier League season in 15 years with a 4-0 defeat to Bolton Wanderers last week, as the hosts fell away following Gary Cahill's first half wonder goal.
But Moyes has emphasised that Rangers are still capable of causing his side problems and highlighted three players that his side must keep a close eye on.
"You never know what threat the opposition are going to pose but you do know about the players that they've got," explained Moyes.
"Up-front they've got (Jay) Bothroyd and DJ Campbell, who scored quite a few goals last year and Taarabt who was probably the key player in the Championship last year.
"So we know they've got some really good attacking players and we will need to be midful of that."
* Everton v QPR * Goodison Park * Sat 20th August 2011 * Kick off 15:00
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THE FRIDAY PREVIEW: TOFFEES Posted on: Fri 02 Mar 2012
QPR welcome David Moyes' Everton side to Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon, for yet another crucial Barclays Premier League fixture.
With just 12 matches remaining, Rangers boss Mark Hughes will have identified home games like this as key to the R's survival hopes.
The Toffees - who were not in action last weekend owing to Liverpool's successful involvement in the Carling Cup Final - head to Loftus Road in fine form.
Inspired by some excellent business in the January transfer window, Moyes' side are currently unbeaten in seven matches in all competitions - a run of games that has seen them progress to the quarter-final stages of the FA Cup, where they will play host Sunderland in the last eight. Article continues Advertisement
Recent Premier League scalps include a memorable 1-0 win over title favourites Manchester City, as well as a 2-0 home victory over Chelsea at Goodison Park.
The return of former fans' favourite Steven Pienaar, who is back on Merseyside on loan from Spurs, has been instrumental in their upturn in fortunes, and with a seemingly kind run of fixtures between now and the end of the season, expectations are understandably high at Goodison Park.
Rangers, however, have proved they have what it takes to beat the Toffees already this season.
Tommy Smith's first-half strike sealed maximum points for the R's at Goodison Park in late August and a repeat of that result this afternoon will go some way to aiding the R's survival bid, as the business end of the campaign draws ever closer.
Likely Starting XI ...
Hibbert - Distin - Heitinga - Baines
Gibson - Neville
Pienaar - Fellaini - Drenthe
Player to Watch ... Steven PIENAAR (Midfielder)
Tottenham Hotspur loanee Steve Pienaar first joined Everton in the summer of 2007.
Pienaar began his career at Ajax Cape Town - the satellite Club of the Dutch side - before emerging as one of the hottest talents in the Eredivisie with Ajax.
Pienaar excelled during his time with the Dutch outfit, gaining valuable European experience through Ajax's Champions League campaigns.
In January 2006, Borussia Dortmund secured the services of the South African - seen as a direct replacement for Tomas Rosicky.
The 29 year old moved to Goodison Park on year-long loan, before eventually signing for the Toffees.
Pienaar soon became an integral part of the Everton midfield, with his frequent creative attacking play.
In 2010, Pienaar became the face of a nation, as he featured in a World Cup in his home country.
He opted for a move to Spurs in January 2011 after turning down a new contract at Everton.
However, after a frustrating 12 months at White Hart Lane, the South African international returned on deadline day January 2012 until the end of the season.
The Numbers Game:
*20 - Only 20 different players started for Everton in the league last season - the fewest of all the top-flight teams.
*350 - David Moyes is only the fourth Manager to oversee 350 Premier League games, in the company of Messrs Wenger, Ferguson and Redknapp.
*1878 - The Club were formed as St Domingo's FC in 1878, before changing their name to Everton FC in 1879.
*6.3 - Prior to this campaign, Aussie attacker Tim Cahill was the most prolific scorer of headed goals in Premier League history, netting a goal with his head on average every 6.3 games.
*40,158 - Capacity of the Toffees' home ground, Goodison Park.
*Joey Barton - "Everton are never easy opponents, no matter where or when you play them.
"I know QPR had a great result up at Goodison earlier in the season before my time here. That was a bit of a shock at the time, because there was a bout of illness in the camp too, but Tommy Smith scored and helped produce a great win.
"They're never an easy team to beat."
*Phil Neville - "I don't think QPR will go down with the quality of players they have.
"They've got good front players - Wright-Phillips, Zamora, Cisse.
"We're going to have to play well to get a result."
Match Odds with Coral:
Last Home Meeting:
Premier League: QPR 3, Everton 1 - Monday 8th April 1996.
The Club's interactive service will be providing live match commentary of Saturday's clash against Everton, as well as offering extended highlights and the gaffer's post-match reaction. Click here to sign up to QPR Player today.
With that, we'll be also providing minute-by-minute updates from every First Team fixture involving the R's - from simple action updates to what's happening in and around the ground - in addition to an in-depth match report at full-time.
The Club's official minute-by-minute reporting will be the fans' first point of call, as other media outlets have a three-minute embargo on live reporting, allowing the R's media team to bring exclusive coverage.
Premier League Fixtures:
Saturday 3rd March 2012 (kick-off 3.00pm unless stated)
Liverpool v Arsenal (12.45pm)
Blackburn Rovers v Aston Villa
Manchester City v Bolton Wanderers
QPR v Everton
Stoke City v Norwich City
West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea
Wigan Athletic v Swansea City
Sunday 4th March (kick-off 3.00pm unless stated)
Newcastle United v Sunderland (12.00pm)
Fulham v Wolverhampton Wanderers (14.05pm)
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (16.10pm)
Next QPR Fixture:
Bolton Wanderers v QPR - Barclays Premier League - Saturday 10th March 2012 (12.45pm kick-off)
RBM's Q&A with Queens Park Rangers blog QPR Report, ahead of Everton's visit on Sunday in a Premier League fixture.
Everton will be traveling to Loftus Road this weekend to take on Queens Park Rangers in a Premier League fixture. We spoke with Mike, the fantastic editor over at the blog QPR Report, who kindly answered a few of our questions ahead of the game. Click here to read the Q&A we did for them on their blog.
RBM - Manager Mark Hughes brought in twelve new players over the summer transfer window, that's enough for a whole new lineup! Was he trying to send some kind of message to the remaining players that change throughout the ranks was required, especially after the poor finish at the end of last season?
QR - QPR Fans knew we needed strengthening...But here maybe went too far - and we STILL didn't sign the dominant defender we knew we needed (and admittedly tried for).The signing of England International Goalie Green was to improve over Paddy Kenny. But when Green showed some of the nerves, he's known for, we went out and bought a second class goalie. He may be an improvement, but what a waste of money on Green then.
RBM - What have relations been like between upper management at Loftus Road and the fans? Fans must have been excited to see CEO Phil Beard splash all that cash this summer?
QR - The Upper Management is a breath of Fresh Air after the Briatore-Ecclestone "Fans Don't Really Matter" approach - or his predecessor Gianni Paladini - who attracted some acolytes and many critics. What Fernandes does NOT have is Experience running a football club.
RBM - Now coming to this season, it all seems to be going awry. What is going on, what's behind the poor start?
QR - The Word of the Day is "Gel." We keep hearing it. "Takes time to gel...." We also keep hearing that Hughes is a "Slow starter" - I think that's a pretty pathetic answer. Partly a question of confidence: As you well know: If you win, you get the confidence and so forth. Some bad luck; some injuries in defense especially.
RBM - You must be getting tired of hearing this, but is Mark Hughes' position as gaffer under threat? Will Tony Fernandes give him the year? How have the two been getting along?
QR - Fernandes seems to support Hughes a lot more than I would - and has repeatedly reaffirmed his support for the Manager. Our Beloved Former chairman Flavio Briatore who went through managers at a truly mind boggling rate. Hughes is probably helped that he's Fernandes man, so will be concession to axe. Also there's an entire infrastructure being built around Hughes - as QPR Develop an academy and Premiership scouting infrastructure. These are Hughes' appointees and axing Hughes will be expensive. And he definitely had a record at Blackburn and Fulham. On the other hand, we REALLY can't afford to go down. And I personally - although many bitterly oppose - would not mind having Redknapp if Hughes should go. Aside from Redknapp, hard to see who would be an improvement. (I've long admired Everton's manager, and hoped he'd want a change after a decade. But obviously that's not going to happen
RBM - Ryan Nelsen recently commented "Adel is very easy on the eye. He can create stuff out of nothing," in reference to midfielder Adel Taarabt. How important a role does Taarabt play in the QPR midfield? Who else should we be watching out for on Sunday?
QR - Taarabt - If he plays and Hughes hadn't played him much till recently. Also Granero and Faurlin...Also Hoilett - who doesn't get much of a look in so far. The proverbial "On Paper" we have a lot of class players - Park, Zamora and Cisse...But...
RBM - What formation do you expect Hughes to line his boys up in this weekend? How about a score prediction?
QR - Score Prediction: QPR 1 Everton 3.... But if only QPR can take the lead - rather than let in an early goal. No question we have a lot of class players
Thank you very much: Good luck to Everton (after Sunday) - Good memories of a young Everton and with Harvey, Ball and Kendall...and then with Bob Latchford and Dave Thomas! and then again in the mid-1980s as Champions... Just too-often in the shadows of that other Liverpool team