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|Clint Hill's ghost goal – History|
Would it be remiss to say that Hill's 'goal' at Bolton came from a corner we should not have had? It seems the officials that day could not get anything right.
|Arsenal step in as QPR wilt – result|
I kind of understand where deejay1952 is coming from. Arsenal I'm sure would love to win the title, regularly. However, they are one of the better run clubs and because they don't do what Chelsea, Man City and, slightly less, Man Utd do it means that 4th is probably the best they, or anyone else, can manage rather than what they aspire to.
FFP is meant to stop sugar daddies buying titles so that means that could dent Chelsea in future and Man City too. However, this IMO will just mean the PL title could be an annual two-horse race with Man Utd and Arsenal and that in itself would be counter-productive.
Solution? No idea! Do we allow clubs to be heavily backed and it just means the richest win or do we curb this and only allow clubs to spend within thier means meaning it'll just be one or two clubs winning it all the time?
What a mess.
|The kits are alright|
Don't like collars. Tw@ts like Cantona turn them up, coz they're hard, innit.
|LFW Awaydays – Eastlands, Manchester|
Somehow I just couldn't celebrate City's winner. Apart from never liking seeing QPR lose, ever, I still wasn't sure of the Stoke/Bolton result as there were so many conflicting bits of information going around from people around us. Even seeing the bench go crazy, I wasn't sure. For all I knew, Mark Bowen could have just realised he'd won the lottery from the night before!
Once I did know for sure, I wasn't happy or sad, just mightily relieved. The previous 90 minutes had been torture so was just glad it ended well for both teams and fans at the Etihad.
|Behind enemy lines – the other side of Sunday’s miracle|
Great report. Could so easily have been us going down. Lest we forget....
We need to have a bit of humilty and not rub it in anyones noses.
Though the only noses needing rubbing are the Chelsea fans singing on the way out of Stamford Bridge "We're going to Germany, you're going to Barsnley".
Umm, no we're not.
Unless we get them in a cup tie.
|Replacing quality with mediocrity costing Bolton dear – opposition focus|
"Simple one to start, what's gone wrong?
Simple question, simple answer; games just haven't gone to plan. We've looked well below par in too many games and often seem to have no strategy. We’ve been clueless at times and failed to take chances even when they've been handed to us on a plate."
Don't worry, QPR are coming to town
|Statement From The Club & Police Re Millwall|
We (QPR) have been kept in at The New Den loads of times, only a few months ago too. Where were our human rights then? Not that I was particularly bothered but it seems to be conviniently used as and when it suits.
|Friday Diary - Ecclestone bites back, Zenden courts QPR, Ramage stays|
"QPR's Season Ticket prices for the 2011/12 season are in line with other London-based Premier League Clubs"....... other London based clubs (Fulham aside) who have state of the art 35,000 - 60,000 seat stadia, have won countless trophies and some of the best players in the world.
|This Week – Black Wednesday, part one|
I agree with SomersetHoops, I'm beginning to think FB & Co are doing this on purpose. They've never been taken to by the fans from day one. Primarily their own fault with coming out with insulting remarks such as "the £20 fan". Mr Briatore comes from a retail background with Benenton... I thought the customer was always right? Apparently not.
Add in that the Mittals & co, rightly, got all the adulation at the end of the season and Briatore & co were clearly snubbed makes me think they're getting their own back.
|Awkward assignment stands between QPR and glory – full match preview|
"Form - QPR: Rangers are rather crawling towards their promotion target, this will be the third time they have taken to the field knowing that a win would seal it...."
Sorry to nit-pick. It will only be the 2nd. A win against Derby would not have guaranteed promotion as it would have relied on Norwich to drop points at Ipswich three days later, which they didn't.
Our 1st real chance was to win away at Cardiff, not an easy task.
We have the 2nd best current home form after Reading. Regardless of Hull's good away form (2nd after Reading) ours isn't exactly bad.
In the last 11 games; 7 wins, 2 draws, 2 defeats = 2.09 points per game.
An acordian effect. Yes, some games lately not been good but that has already been offeset by the good run prior.
Crawl? I think it's all relative. We'll be fine.
|LFW Awaydays – Middlesbrough, Riverside Stadium|
On another forum from a 'Boro fan; "Not much to say really. We were outclassed and outplayed by a team top of the league".
Seems like Mowbray was at a different game.
|A chance for QPR to show they’ve really changed – full match preview|
Having been fighting for lives more times than I care to remember, I do sympathise with most clubs in this situation, PNE included.
However, we have our own priorities and we have to be ruthless and get the job done irrespective of it driving another nail in their coffin.
|QPR outclass Cardiff to pull five points clear – full match report|
Great report as always but I can't help thinking that Boothroyd went looking to go down over Connollys outstretched leg. It's so difficult these days with players going down easily but I think the ref got that and the Bellamy one a couple of minutes later right.
|This Week – A golden generation made of tin|
The FA don't give a **** about the national team, they make millions from the Premier League. Until that changes (and it will take years), forget any chances the England team have of doing well.
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