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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? 09:12 - Aug 27 with 5048 viewsRoller

Good article by Iain Macintosh of ESPN, researched down at the Crown and Sceptre.

http://www.espn.com/soccer/club/queens-park-rangers/334/blog/post/3612686/can-qp
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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 10:23 - Aug 27 with 4871 viewsTacticalR

Yes, not a bad snapshot.

The only surprise in there (to me) is that Ferdinand was pro the Holloway sacking as I had assumed it was the board that was starstruck. Unless he's following the party line.

Air hostess clique

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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 10:25 - Aug 27 with 4865 viewsNorthernr

Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 10:23 - Aug 27 by TacticalR

Yes, not a bad snapshot.

The only surprise in there (to me) is that Ferdinand was pro the Holloway sacking as I had assumed it was the board that was starstruck. Unless he's following the party line.


Ferdinand very much in favour. Not sure McClaren was his choice mind.

Iain was a top fella, stood his round, wrote an accurate piece - very un-journalist like.
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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 10:42 - Aug 27 with 4800 viewsEsox_Lucius

Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 10:25 - Aug 27 by Northernr

Ferdinand very much in favour. Not sure McClaren was his choice mind.

Iain was a top fella, stood his round, wrote an accurate piece - very un-journalist like.


I think Les is more in favour of an up and coming name which fits in with his vision of younger players coming through etc.

The grass is always greener.

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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 15:26 - Aug 27 with 4589 viewsvegasranger

That was a very accurate, good read.
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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 16:47 - Aug 27 with 4479 views2Thomas2Bowles

May have a small interest to an outsider but a 12 year old could have written the same just from watching tv.

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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 16:51 - Aug 27 with 4471 viewspaulparker

Who hosted the BBQ ? I can’t see Arry with a pair of tongs and apron cooking up half cooked sausages,

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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 18:15 - Aug 27 with 4351 viewsDorse

Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 16:51 - Aug 27 by paulparker

Who hosted the BBQ ? I can’t see Arry with a pair of tongs and apron cooking up half cooked sausages,


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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 18:46 - Aug 27 with 4291 viewsPinnerPaul

Good article, except can hardly be said that Wigan 'ran riot' at any stage!

A little picky I admit!
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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 19:33 - Aug 27 with 4224 viewsNorthernr

Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 18:46 - Aug 27 by PinnerPaul

Good article, except can hardly be said that Wigan 'ran riot' at any stage!

A little picky I admit!


This is the journalism equivalent of refereeing. You can referee very well for 89 minutes and 30 seconds, you get blindsided by a 50/50 decision in the other 30 seconds and you get absolutely hammered for it afterwards. Guy researches a team that he doesn't support, makes the time to come down before the match and meet a load of people and talk to them, writes a 1000 word piece, and gets called up for three words of it.
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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 19:46 - Aug 27 with 4195 viewsGloryHunter

Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 19:33 - Aug 27 by Northernr

This is the journalism equivalent of refereeing. You can referee very well for 89 minutes and 30 seconds, you get blindsided by a 50/50 decision in the other 30 seconds and you get absolutely hammered for it afterwards. Guy researches a team that he doesn't support, makes the time to come down before the match and meet a load of people and talk to them, writes a 1000 word piece, and gets called up for three words of it.


And, to be fair, Wigan did dominate us for extended periods. Wigan had 61% possesion, and had 18 shots to our 12. I'd say "running riot" at times was not a bad summary.
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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 22:11 - Aug 27 with 4059 viewsconnell10

Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 19:46 - Aug 27 by GloryHunter

And, to be fair, Wigan did dominate us for extended periods. Wigan had 61% possesion, and had 18 shots to our 12. I'd say "running riot" at times was not a bad summary.


Just watched the full 90 back again mate and at no point did Wigan run riot !

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Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 08:16 - Aug 28 with 3804 viewssmegma

Can QPR recover from a history of blunders? on 10:25 - Aug 27 by Northernr

Ferdinand very much in favour. Not sure McClaren was his choice mind.

Iain was a top fella, stood his round, wrote an accurate piece - very un-journalist like.


Stood his round.

And put it on expenses.
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