Joey Barton has been banned from football for 18 months after breaching FA rules on betting.
The former Queens Park Rangers man made a total of 1,260 bets on games between 2006 and 2016.
The current Burnley players has admitted he had an addiction and will be appealing the ban that could effectively end his career.
A list of the FA's 30 most pertinent bets was released by Barton on his official website, two of which included bets on QPR games while he was at Loftus Road.
Barton back QPR to beat Rochdale in a League Cup encounter in 2011, while he also backed the Hoops to do the business against Leeds in 2014, but the game ended in a 1-1 draw.
We took a look back through the archives to see how we reported those games...
August 23, 2011
Sorry QPR crash out of Carling Cup
It may have been the last appearance in a QPR shirt for Martin Rowlands and Lee Cook - but it was a sorry Rangers that once again limped out of the Carling Cup.
The stalwart pair were subbed within a minute of each other in the second half, and got the loudest cheer of the night - because there was precious little else to shout about.
Add Rochdale to the list of Port Vale, Northampton and a pile more of lower league sides that have humbled Rs in recent League Cup competitions.
And yet, here was a Rangers side who started with four of the team that beat Everton on Saturday, as well as two more on the bench. Little good it did them.
The spartan QPR faithful were stunned when Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro slid home a spilled chance by keeper Brian Murphy after just five minutes.
The unfamiliar Rangers side were barely finished introducing themselves when the man with one of the longest names in English football made short work of the half-chance from Ashley Grimes who nipped past a sleepy defence.
Murphy parried the first effort - but stood no chance against Akpa Akpro's clinical finish from four yards.
Matt Connolly decided to take matters in to his own hands with a long-range effort tipped around the post by David Lucas after 24 minutes when the Rs attack had failed to trouble the Rochdale keeper.
In added first-half time, debutant Bruno Andrade also shot from distance - but again Lucas was equal to the task at the expense of a corner.
Finally, after 53 long minutes, Jay Bothroyd headed home into the far corner as he met Adel Taarabt's cross - only to see the assistant's flag raised for offside.
Fourth new face of the evening, Michael Harriman, on for Bradley Orr, nearly got lucky with a snap shot inside the box, but only succeeded in finding the keeper's grateful arms as Hoops attempted to turn the screw.
When Gary Jones cleverly chipped Murphy as the Rochdale veteran ran into open space on the left - there was something of an exodus from a ground that was barely a quarter full at the start.
March 1, 2014
Leeds fans taunt QPR manager but Jenas hits back
Harry Redknapp is getting sacked in the morning sang Leeds fans.
Jermaine Jenas made sure the taunt ended on a bum note with a fine hit on the stroke of half-time.
This was better – but still shy of form needed to earn Rangers automatic promotion despite a late hit by Clint Hill ruled out for offside.
In fact, there was precious little between the two sides, apart from seven league places, and if Rangers are to keep their distance from the once Yorkshire giants – they need to find goals soon.
Jenas took his goal well, picking up a well held-up ball from Kevin Doyle to fire along the ground and past Jack Butland’s right from 20 yards on the stroke of half-time.
Armand Traore was unlucky seconds into the second half, and before that Jenas had a tame header saved a taller man might have powered home.
Early on, an almost anonymous Ravel Morrison nutmegged Rudy Austin before finding Traore to flash a low centre across the box the West Ham loanee was a foot short of toe-poking home.
Referee Chris Foy won no friends in west London on ten minutes.
Richard Dunne’s tackle looked a decent challenge on Ross McCormack. Amazingly, after ten or more seconds the official pointed to the spot.
Justice was done when the Championship’s leading scorer went left with the penalty – as did Rob Green to save at the foot of the post.
The reprieve lasted all of four minutes.
Another dubious free-kick awarded to Leeds saw McCormack attempt to curl past the wall. He got all the luck to hit Doyle and deflect past Green flinging himself left again – this time in vain.
One of the rare times Doyle got near the ball at the right end, he was hammered from behind running down the right that deservedly earned Stephen Warnock a yellow card.
It took 41 minutes for Rs to fashion the first real chance courtesy of an intricate pattern of passes that Jenas could only nod into the arms of the keeper from nine yards.
The second time he took the ball in stride he scored for 1-1.
Ten seconds into the second period Traore almost caught Leeds cold as he burst through to fire against the keeper’s legs.
Connor Wickham’s late glancing header, well saved by Green was preceded by a shot just past the hour that missed the far post by a coat of varnish.
Hill thought he had won it in added time when he rifled home at the back post only to see the flag raised. It was close but Rangers will miss by far more if they don’t find a win soon.