It comes to something when an overweight intellectual homosexual intrudes a digit into the ocular orifice of your association of football practitioners. Verbalising his cerebration on the One Show last night, Stephen Fry compared the reaction to promotion in Norwich to the muted response to winning the Championship in Shepherds Bush. In effect, Fry implied that QPR are not a proper football club because they do not possess an indigenous supporter platform. Is it simply that Fry doesn't like playing in the bush? Or does he have a point?
Not a bit of it according to I'm Tony, Fly Me. The venerable majority share holder of the Rs has fondly recalled watching Rangers in the early 1980s whilst living in London, delighting in the skills of the incomparable Stanley Don't Fly Me Bowles. The only trouble is, Bowles left QPR in 1979! Oops Tony, you really should check out the facts before you spout your PR bullshit!
Less QI and more Queer Street at QPR these days it seems! But with Barton tweeting Orwell, perhaps he should guest on Fry's intellectual banter fest. Then Fry would really understand what is meant by a poke in the eye!