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QPR & Norwich Promoted

QPR & Norwich Promoted

Congratulations go to Queens Park Rangers and Norwich City who, after several years away from top flight football confirmed promotion to the Premier League at the weekend.

QPR will come up having been crowned champions of the Championship following their 2-0 win at Vicarage Road and will play amongst the elite for the first time in 15 years. Meanwhile, Norwich City secured their return to the Premier League after a six-year absence with a 1-0 victory at Portsmouth.

Delia Smith

Who remembers Norwich City shareholder and UK's best-selling cookery author, Delia Smith's infamous plea? 'Where are you...let's be 'aving you.'



Previous Encounters

QPR 1-3 Manchester City, Apr 11th 1990.
Scorers: Roy Wegerle; Clive Allen, Colin Hendry, Mark Ward.



Manchester City 2-1 Norwich City, September 15th 1990.
Scorers: Niall Quinn, Mark Brennan; Robert Fleck.



How times have changed!

With only one Championship game left before the play-offs which team out of the following will join QPR and Norwich?

Cardiff, Swansea, Reading or Nottingham Forest.

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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Tuesday May 3 2011
Time: 9:29AM

Comments

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norwich will have to invest big if they want to stay up, premier league defenders would be able to eat up the likes of grant holt and simeon jackson for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
arthur7171
03/05/2011 13:13:00
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I bet Forest makes it back up. They've been down long enough, I'd welcome them back.
PhillyBlueMoon
03/05/2011 19:28:00
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just glad Leeds did not make it up, feel sorry for Kasper, but the rest, nothing, hope they stay down for a long time yet, not my favourite place, sorry,
cityman51
03/05/2011 20:52:00
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Two proper clubs coming back up, hope Wigan go down! Fergie backside kissing club and a rugby town = empty stadium constantly.
StuMCFC
03/05/2011 22:42:00
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Good to see Norwich make it ....I know of one local lad who will be over the moon.
Doody
04/05/2011 01:02:00
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Norwich are really popular up here in manchester judging by the number of green and yellow scarves I keep seeing about the place.
fifthcolumnblue
04/05/2011 09:37:00
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QPR have plenty of money, we should be able to sell them some players, surely.
johnkelv
05/05/2011 08:25:00
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Delia, you will be loved in Stretford. Can't wait to see how that set of *****s react to a load of yellow and green scarves in the visitors corner somewhere in the heavens.
Johnny Baguette
06/05/2011 11:48:00
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