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PICK UP YOUR QPR EDITION OF GROVE STREET

11 February 2022

We welcome Queens Park Rangers to South Yorkshire this weekend in the Sky Bet Championship.

That means there’s another edition of Grove Street available for you to add to your collection and, as ever, it is filled with exclusive content that you can’t ready anywhere else on our channels.

Our cover star for the visit of QPR is new loan signing DOMINGOS QUINA, who gives us an extensive interview following his arrival from Watford on deadline day.

The Portuguese midfielder discusses his career so far, which has seen him play and score in the Premier League and La Liga, while also being named in Team of the Tournament at both the UEFA U17 European Championships and UEFA U19 European Championships.

Under the academy spotlight in this issue is THEO CHAPMAN, and there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to our young midfielder.

As well as his upbringing as a gymnast, the U18s starlet has modelled for reputable companies in the past – all of which is revealed in GROVE STREET.

Up next to answer a variety of whacky questions is CALLUM BRITTAIN and, as you’d expect, his answers are good value for money in our entertaining A-Z feature. Needless to say, we’re heading to his in the event of a zombie apocalypse.

Away from football, we visited DOLLY’S DESSERTS to shine the light on our local hospitality sector and there is plenty to enjoy about these delicious treats. If you haven’t visited them at the Glass Works already, you’re missing out – and you can find them on Facebook, Instagram and Tik Tok, too.

Club legend BARRY MURPHY pens his traditional column notes, reflecting on our recent defeats against Cardiff City and Luton Town, but he insists there is still reason to be optimistic heading into the final third of the campaign.

There is an update from REDS IN THE COMMUNITY Chief Executive Officer, PAUL FRANCE about his first couple of months with the Club, and his desire to bring the community closer together.

We have our section dedicated to the visitors from west London, including an insight from the opposition corner and LEIGH EDWARDS’ piece on former Hoops managers, while NEIL RICHARDSON’s latest column focuses on ex-Red MARLEY WATKINS.

All of this and more in your Queens Park Rangers edition of GROVE STREET.

Pick up your copy from in and around Oakwell for just £3!


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