Date: 10th February 2011 at 8:46pm
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Vital QPR takes a look at this weekend`s opponents Nottingham Forest

Facts & Figures


Founded: 1865

Nickname: The Reds/Forest

Ground: The City Ground (30,602)

Manager : Billy Davies

Selected Honours


European Cup – Winners: 1979, 1980
European Super Cup – Winners: 1979
European Super Cup – Runners Up: 1980

Intercontinental Cup – Runners Up: 1980

Football League Division One (Old) – Winners: 1978
Football League Division One (Old) – Runners Up: 1967, 1979
Football League First Division – Winners: 1998
Football League First Division – Runners Up: 1994

Football Association Cup – Winners: 1898, 1959
Football Association Cup – Runners Up: 1991

Football League Cup – Winners: 1978, 1979, 1989, 1990
Football League Cup – Runners Up: 1980, 1992

Club Records


Record Attendance: 49,946 v Manchester United (First Division, 1967)

Record victory: 14-0 v Clapton (F.A. Cup Round 1, 1891)

Record defeat: 1-9 v Blackburn Rovers (Second Division, 1937)

Record Buy: Pierre van Hooijdonk – £3,500,000 from Celtic

Record Sale: Stan Collymore – £8,500,000 to Liverpool

Record Appearances: Bob McKinlay: 692

Record Goals: Grenville Morris: 217

Squad


Goalkeepers:
1. Lee Camp
21. Paul Smith
38. Karl Darlow

Defenders:
3. Paul Konchesky (On loan from Liverpool)
4. Luke Chambers
5. Wes Morgan
6. Kelvin Wilson
16. Chris Gunter
27. Bredan Moloney
29. Julian Bennett
33. Joel Lynch
41. Kieran Freeman

Midfielders:
7. Paul Anderson
8. Lewis McGugan
15. Chris Cohen
18. Paul Mckenna
19. Guy Moussi
28. Radoslaw Majewski
31. Mark Byrne
42. Robbie Gibbons

Strikers:
9. Dele Adebola
10. Robert Earnshaw
11. Nathan Tyson
12. Garath McCleary
17. David McGoldrick
23. Dexter Blackstock
24. Robbie Findley
43. Nialle Rodney

Key Player:

Lewis McGugan: The talented centre midfielder has had an excellent season so far and is Forest`s top scorer with 11 goals, most of them worthy of winning the goal of the season award. Standing at only 5″9 the attacking midfielder possesses good strength on the ball and has a varied range of passing making him an excellent prospect going forward and one certainly to watch out for on Sunday.

Last Five Fixtures


Win: 1-0 v Watford (h)
Win: 2-1 v Coventry (a)
Loss: 2-3 v West Ham (a)
Win: 1-0 v Bristol City (h)
Win: 1-0 v Derby County (a)

Last Five Fixtures v QPR


Nottingham Forest 0-0 QPR on 13th Nov 10
Nottingham Forest 5-0 QPR on 26th Jan 10
QPR 1-1 Nottingham Forest on 22nd Aug 09
Nottingham Forest 2-2 QPR on 7th Feb 09
QPR 2-1 Nottingham Forest on 18th Aug 08




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