|newgolddream added 17:18 - Oct 27|
Rousing finish from the R's. Cesar outstanding and Mbia is an idiot. Goal was offside and what more does Mackie have to do to get a start? Will come back here some day with another club and haunt us.
quickpassrotter added 21:48 - Oct 27
I thought that we handled them well today. Up to the sending off thought that we would get the point. Why can't our players realise that they are going to get physically thumped during the game and accept it - how many more sendings off due to retaliation can we tolerate. M'bia a complete bloody idiot. Sorry - SWP a waste of space again.
snanker added 23:17 - Oct 27
A typical R's result or what ! A sending off, a disallowed goal, a late (off side) losing goal and two glorious chances wasted at the death. All the pre-requisites luck wise of a team in deep doo, doo & facing the drop ! The worse thing just to rub it in was Wegener stating that the sending off was crucial to the final result. Angry g''rrrrrrrr !
highlandbill added 00:27 - Oct 28
SWP got a start! Is the man mad? Last time out I said its always worth bringing Mackie on as he has a habit of doing magic,today he showed that he should have been on from the start. Last season I thought we had put up with 10 years worth of bad luck,I never thought we would get more! We are as far as ever from a settled side. We do have heros,Nelson & Cesar in particular but what about our manager? For me he must go if we do not win the next two. Just look at Fulham under Johl he has had less time & similar money and they are well up there. european places
Kaos_Agent added 00:33 - Oct 28
Could have been a win if any credible offensive prowess had surfaced. Arsenal left the door open. Should have been a draw but for Mbia madness. Could not believe that MH sat Park only to put in SWP yet again. How many times does he need to demonstrate his ineffectiveness in the attacking zone? Am now in the MH doubters camp.
MelakaRanger added 00:49 - Oct 28
When I saw SWP trott onto the pitch I just knew we were not going to win.
Picking SWP come what may will be the downfall of Hughes.
M'bia should be ashamed, he cost us the match due to his nastiness.
But another typical Hughes QPR performance of gifting the opponents the game.
Even though Hughes did not play for the win we deserved the draw. But Arsenal were there for the taking, had he set us up to win we could have. He set us up not to win, and we didn't.
If we lose next week I think Tony will hit the eject button
francisbowles added 01:07 - Oct 28
Oh dear! Pressed the self destruct button again. Biggest problem is not the dropped point but the three game ban. Having put up a decent defensive performance, we now have to find an instant new partnership in central defence for the games that we simply MUST WIN.
Unfortunately, I have to agree that SWP was very poor again. When he does sometimes get it under control and/or beat a man, he then follows it by giving away the ball. Surely, Faurlin should have been in instead! As for JM, I believe he is usually very effective as an impact player but less consistent when he starts.
Mbia's 'performance' was an unfortunate reminder of Barton and Cisse last year.
Cesar is a great shot stopper but he spills a lot that he should hold onto.
Please, please win next week1
Dennick added 02:12 - Oct 28
I cant believe SWP got a start, no room for Faurlin? The change up front came far too late Zamora looks lazy a lot of the time.
Cesar, Nelson & Mackie gave it everything as did Granero but he was lucky not to go off.finding it difficult to have faith in the mangement team despite a good last 5 minutes or so.
smegma added 17:23 - Oct 28
31 votes so far and SWP has less than 4 marks. We can't all be wrong can we ???
hoops123 added 17:32 - Oct 28
The patience ends now. It's do or die next week or Hughes will Start to cop for some serious grief. Faurlin on the bench with another start for SWP. No longer acceptable.
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