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Portsmouth 2 v 0 Shrewsbury Town
SkyBet League One
Saturday, 15th February 2020 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 16th February but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Alex Bass0.0
James Bolton0.0
Christian Burgess0.0
Sean Raggett0.0
Steve Seddon0.0
Tom Naylor0.0
Joe McGeehan0.0
Marcus Harness0.0
Gareth Evans0.0
Ronan Curtis0.0
Ellis Harrison0.0
Ryan Williams0.0
John Marquis0.0
Ross McCrorie0.0
0.0Max O'Leary
0.0Ro-Shaun Williams
0.0Ethan Ebanks-Landell
0.0Aaron Pierre
0.0Omar Beckles
0.0Josh Laurent
0.0Sean Goss
0.0David Edwards
0.0Sam Hart
0.0Conor McAleny
0.0Daniel Udoh
0.0Callum Lang
0.0Kayne Ramsay
0.0Jason Cummings

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Your Portsmouth v Shrewsbury Town Match Reports

probbo added 22:33 - Mar 21

Yee-haarrrgghhh - a home win!

What a great come back. The upcoming fixtures still look horrendous but lets savour the moment, for only the third time this season!

I just wonder if MH will be bold and leave Barton on the bench for the next match.
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MelakaRanger added 22:47 - Mar 21

Barton out = the team believed!

The most amazing game I have seen for years

Ditch Barton and believe!
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newgolddream added 22:49 - Mar 21

Fantastic stuff from the Hoops. Wasn't it fitting to see Derry (first for the club), Cisse (against his old club) and Jamie Mackie (a QPR legend already) score the crucial goals to bring us out of the bottom 3. A long road ahead but what a confidence booster for all concerned at W12 tonight.
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MelakaRanger added 22:55 - Mar 21

Proof to the management that we are better without WP and even better still without Barton.

I hope they have finally realised this
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OziRanger added 23:07 - Mar 21

Sorry I can't rate each player... nor provide you with a match report, but sitting here at work in Australia and ready to kick my computer in at around the 69 minute mark I can tell that this IS a momentous win! Nuances aside, to come from 2 down and land three huge hits in 13 minutes is the stuff of legends. It may be "a swallow" of a win but there seems to be new steel in London..?
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SW17_RRR added 23:07 - Mar 21

uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrsssssssssssss
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MelakaRanger added 23:34 - Mar 21

Yes woke up at 4am here to watch the match live, At nil 2 down I was slumped in the sofa and dreading the rest of the match.

Then the commentator said Hughes was about to substitute Barton. Mackie came on and I sat up, Within a minute I was on the edge of my seat. And I stayed there for the rest of the match.

That was the most incredible 25 mins of watching QPR that I can remember.

It showed what we have been capable of for the past 6 months but never delivered on. It showed was 'team spirit' can do. The team believed they could come back and they did.

This win should boost their confidence by a million %

Roll on Saturday

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NorthfieldsR added 23:59 - Mar 21

any tw*t tweets yet? boo
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e1337prodigy added 00:17 - Mar 22

We were so lucky in that win. Our defending was terrible as usual, especially the second goal Liverpool scored (or the action leading up to there second goal), 3 players stood there and let the player cut inside. At least Kenny was better. Barton and SWP need to be on the bench, maybe they are tired I don't know. But they are not performing to their ability. C'mon you R's.
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qprmick added 00:44 - Mar 22

Good finish, onward and upwards.
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francisbowles added 10:38 - Mar 22

13 MINUTES where have I heard that before! 1975-76 Wolves 1 Liverpool 0 with 13 MINUTES to go and we would be League Champions but then Liverpool scored 3 in the last 13 MINUTES to take our title! Could those 13 MINUTES last night be the kick start our season needs and be the most important in our history?

Mackie is definitely an impact sub. I would like to see Hughes replace Barton with Buz but otherwise the same stating 11 if injuries permit. Diakite MOM for me, yes he made mistakes but he doesn't hide, he is a very strong runner with the ball and he is still adjusting to this team and this league.

And what about all the feint-hearted among'st us who left at 0-2. Still never mind I'm sure you beat the traffic so you could watch MOTD.
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dixiedean added 11:08 - Mar 22

after 25 mins of his scandalous 'performance' I was demanding Barton be sub'd at half time ( if not before). After 47 mins when he shanked a cross into Loft Upper it was even more obvious. He was so bad I wondered if thee was spot betting going on about how low his pass completion % could go. When Hughes finally summoned up the balls to take him off it lifted the crowd and the team. Surely there's a message there ? I don't like seeing people jeered off ( even though I can't stand Barton and never will) so why not do it at half time when there's a natural break. You don't need coaching badges to see he was/is awful. Oh Ale Faurlin how we need you !
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HollowayRanger added 11:22 - Mar 22

Good to finally see hughes has seen the light theres still a role for swp and barton but they have to earn it not just turn up.Derry should be captain and full marks to mackie his energy gives the team and fans such a lift.
What ever happens now we have two great memories lets hope theres more to come!
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