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Rayan Kolli 08:32 - Aug 18 with 12472 viewsRs_Holy

Looks like Rayan Kolli may be starting on Saturday?... I see he got around 25 mins on Wednesday? ... How did he get on?
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Rayan Kolli on 08:57 - Aug 18 with 7519 viewsdmm

He did extremely well as Clive's match report attests. But I doubt very much he'll start on Saturday.
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Rayan Kolli on 09:14 - Aug 18 with 7396 viewsRs_Holy

Rayan Kolli on 08:57 - Aug 18 by dmm

He did extremely well as Clive's match report attests. But I doubt very much he'll start on Saturday.


not so sure dmm, GA said in the West London Sport interview yesterday "might have to look at the likes of Rayan Kolli to step up." ... Given the match is 30 hours away I think he could start?
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Rayan Kolli on 09:21 - Aug 18 with 7326 viewsdaveB

He'll be on the bench I'd have thought, wil be Armstrong with either Kelman or one of Richards/Willock will start
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Rayan Kolli on 09:28 - Aug 18 with 7256 viewsNorthernr

Rayan Kolli on 09:21 - Aug 18 by daveB

He'll be on the bench I'd have thought, wil be Armstrong with either Kelman or one of Richards/Willock will start


I'd be genuinely astonished if Richards started.
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Rayan Kolli on 09:29 - Aug 18 with 7241 viewseghamranger

Rayan Kolli on 09:28 - Aug 18 by Northernr

I'd be genuinely astonished if Richards started.


And Kelman!

Is he still here? Anyone ITK.
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Rayan Kolli on 09:32 - Aug 18 with 7210 viewsdaveB

Rayan Kolli on 09:28 - Aug 18 by Northernr

I'd be genuinely astonished if Richards started.


Just going off Ainsworths pre match on West London Sport you tube channel.
He mentioned Richards as an option or Willock. Duke Mckenna is another option if we go with a 3 man midfield
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Rayan Kolli on 09:42 - Aug 18 with 7086 viewswombat

Rayan Kolli on 09:32 - Aug 18 by daveB

Just going off Ainsworths pre match on West London Sport you tube channel.
He mentioned Richards as an option or Willock. Duke Mckenna is another option if we go with a 3 man midfield


id go for the 3 man midfueld with duke coming in alongside colback or dozzell


up front god knows chair behind sinclair maybe with smythe supporting

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Rayan Kolli on 09:43 - Aug 18 with 7070 viewsRBlock

Rayan Kolli on 09:29 - Aug 18 by eghamranger

And Kelman!

Is he still here? Anyone ITK.


Certainly not ITK but if he was leaving before Wednesday, after Dykes' injury the club would be mad to sanction a loan until we've got something else over the line. Would leave us with Armstrong as our only 'senior' option, whose minutes already need to be managed.
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Rayan Kolli on 09:50 - Aug 18 with 6999 viewsRs_Holy

Rayan Kolli on 09:43 - Aug 18 by RBlock

Certainly not ITK but if he was leaving before Wednesday, after Dykes' injury the club would be mad to sanction a loan until we've got something else over the line. Would leave us with Armstrong as our only 'senior' option, whose minutes already need to be managed.


THIS ... we are now so thin in the striker department even with Lyndon fit.

Rumours are Kelman is a permanent move to Orient? If we insist he plays I cannot imagine he will give it 100%?
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Rayan Kolli on 09:57 - Aug 18 with 6935 viewsBAWHoops

Can't see him starting really.

Think he will have Chair, Smyth and Armstrong as the front 3.
Perhaps move SDM to right wing back and tell him to just run

http://blogandwhitehoops.wordpress.com/

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Rayan Kolli on 10:08 - Aug 18 with 6824 viewsCiderwithRsie

I'll probably get pelters but if Willock is fit I'd play him alongside Chair behind Armstrong. New formation, possession no longer doing one, new slate, last chance saloon etc.

See what happens and if he can't be arsed hook him at half time for Kolli (whose fitness might benefit from not playing the full 90.)
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Rayan Kolli on 10:12 - Aug 18 with 6789 viewsNorthernr

Rayan Kolli on 10:08 - Aug 18 by CiderwithRsie

I'll probably get pelters but if Willock is fit I'd play him alongside Chair behind Armstrong. New formation, possession no longer doing one, new slate, last chance saloon etc.

See what happens and if he can't be arsed hook him at half time for Kolli (whose fitness might benefit from not playing the full 90.)


I think that's what I'm expecting to happen.
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Rayan Kolli on 10:20 - Aug 18 with 6688 viewsWatford_Ranger

I’d like to see the same formation continued and improve with it rather than trying to change things again. The defence looks so much more comfortable with Kakay in a three and Cook was great in the middle for Forest. None of our fit CBs really suit a 4 at the back. Just play Kolli up there with Armstrong and hope for the best rather than Willock mooching about.
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Rayan Kolli on 10:35 - Aug 18 with 6579 viewsCiderwithRsie

Rayan Kolli on 10:12 - Aug 18 by Northernr

I think that's what I'm expecting to happen.


We're really spoilt for lack of choice, aren't we?

Sort of liberating, though. Pick an 18 year old off the back of one promising game vs Norwich reserves? Yeah, why not, not really anyone's fault if it doesn't work.
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Rayan Kolli on 11:27 - Aug 18 with 6289 viewsDorse

'Rayan, love! Get ready, you're playing on Saturday...!'


'What do we want? We don't know! When do we want it? Now!'

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Rayan Kolli on 11:36 - Aug 18 with 6205 viewsstevec

Rayan Kolli on 11:27 - Aug 18 by Dorse

'Rayan, love! Get ready, you're playing on Saturday...!'



Can’t put it into words but I’m really looking forward to Saturday

😂
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Rayan Kolli on 11:51 - Aug 18 with 6080 viewsdaveB

This was a nice post for Rayans Dad on the Indy Rs facebook page
Not sure if the link will work
https://www.facebook.com/groups/6816243865?hoisted_section_header_type=recently_

In the incredible journey of Rayan Kolli, we discover a tale that pulses with determination and unwavering dedication. From the tender age of seven, he embarked on his path with a fiery passion that ignited his dreams. Five days each week were a tapestry of rigorous training and fervent matches, leaving no room for leisure or respite. His young mind was consumed by the dual demands of academics and sports, weaving his hours into a symphony of effort and aspiration.
In this remarkable odyssey, there was no space for childhood frivolities. Rayan's companions were his books and his game, his playground the arena of sportsmanship. He navigated the labyrinthine corridors of hard work, bolstered by the support of countless mentors - an array of coaches, physiotherapists, managers, and directors, all contributing threads to the tapestry of his journey. As others faded away, he emerged as the phoenix of his age group, the sole survivor of relentless battles on the field.
Rayan traversed the breadth of Britain and ventured beyond its borders for games and tournaments, each journey a testament to his defiance of odds and his unyielding determination. He relinquished moments of repose, his weary face cradled by the car's window as he dozed off, fatigue melting into anticipation for the morrow's endeavors.
Finally, the culmination of his relentless drive arrived - the day he stepped onto the "QPR" first team. A dream actualized through sweat-soaked hours and unyielding perseverance. Yet, this moment was not solely his; it was shared with those who bore witness to his voyage. A poignant reminder that success is not plucked from thin air, but forged through the fires of sacrifice and dogged persistence.
This landmark day echoes far beyond the boundaries of the pitch, resonating with the profound truth that consistent labor and wholehearted dedication are the keys to triumph. Rayan's all-encompassing devotion transformed into a beacon that guided him to the first team, a destination suffused with pride and fulfillment.
As we join in celebrating his monumental achievement, our prayers weave through the tapestry of emotions. May god bless Rayan with an abundance of success and excellence in the tapestry of his future, a future he's bound to shape with the same ardor he's displayed thus far.
And as the night sky recently bore witness to Rayan Kolli's debut for QPR, a heartfelt chorus of gratitude emerges. A son's achievement intertwining with the gratitude towards Gareth Ainsworth, who opened a door of opportunity, and the camaraderie of teammates who stood as pillars of support. A night that etched a constellation of memories, not just for the player, but for the family whose hearts beat in tandem with his journey. With profound gratitude, we echo a heartfelt thank you to all who contributed to this emotional crescendo. Starting with Chris Ramsey,les,Allex Carrol,Micah,Lee,Steve,furlong,Empey,Hall,Josh,isa,Liban,…..thank you all.
Badis Kolli
Father
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Rayan Kolli on 12:27 - Aug 18 with 5888 viewsPlanetHonneywood

Rayan Kolli on 11:51 - Aug 18 by daveB

This was a nice post for Rayans Dad on the Indy Rs facebook page
Not sure if the link will work
https://www.facebook.com/groups/6816243865?hoisted_section_header_type=recently_

In the incredible journey of Rayan Kolli, we discover a tale that pulses with determination and unwavering dedication. From the tender age of seven, he embarked on his path with a fiery passion that ignited his dreams. Five days each week were a tapestry of rigorous training and fervent matches, leaving no room for leisure or respite. His young mind was consumed by the dual demands of academics and sports, weaving his hours into a symphony of effort and aspiration.
In this remarkable odyssey, there was no space for childhood frivolities. Rayan's companions were his books and his game, his playground the arena of sportsmanship. He navigated the labyrinthine corridors of hard work, bolstered by the support of countless mentors - an array of coaches, physiotherapists, managers, and directors, all contributing threads to the tapestry of his journey. As others faded away, he emerged as the phoenix of his age group, the sole survivor of relentless battles on the field.
Rayan traversed the breadth of Britain and ventured beyond its borders for games and tournaments, each journey a testament to his defiance of odds and his unyielding determination. He relinquished moments of repose, his weary face cradled by the car's window as he dozed off, fatigue melting into anticipation for the morrow's endeavors.
Finally, the culmination of his relentless drive arrived - the day he stepped onto the "QPR" first team. A dream actualized through sweat-soaked hours and unyielding perseverance. Yet, this moment was not solely his; it was shared with those who bore witness to his voyage. A poignant reminder that success is not plucked from thin air, but forged through the fires of sacrifice and dogged persistence.
This landmark day echoes far beyond the boundaries of the pitch, resonating with the profound truth that consistent labor and wholehearted dedication are the keys to triumph. Rayan's all-encompassing devotion transformed into a beacon that guided him to the first team, a destination suffused with pride and fulfillment.
As we join in celebrating his monumental achievement, our prayers weave through the tapestry of emotions. May god bless Rayan with an abundance of success and excellence in the tapestry of his future, a future he's bound to shape with the same ardor he's displayed thus far.
And as the night sky recently bore witness to Rayan Kolli's debut for QPR, a heartfelt chorus of gratitude emerges. A son's achievement intertwining with the gratitude towards Gareth Ainsworth, who opened a door of opportunity, and the camaraderie of teammates who stood as pillars of support. A night that etched a constellation of memories, not just for the player, but for the family whose hearts beat in tandem with his journey. With profound gratitude, we echo a heartfelt thank you to all who contributed to this emotional crescendo. Starting with Chris Ramsey,les,Allex Carrol,Micah,Lee,Steve,furlong,Empey,Hall,Josh,isa,Liban,…..thank you all.
Badis Kolli
Father


Blimey, if the old man ever wins an Oscar, his acceptance speech will be as rich as it will likely be long.

Sounds like his boy has put the hard yards in, can't knock that or the dedication it seems; certainly wish some around him were as focused shall we say.

Doing his family proud. To be fair, no wonder his old man is gushing.

Good luck to him!

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Rayan Kolli on 12:30 - Aug 18 with 5838 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Good God, that's how to say thanks!

Fair play to the Kolli family.

Nice also to see QPR's staff getting a thank you.

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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Rayan Kolli on 12:45 - Aug 18 with 5724 viewsRs_Holy

https://www.qpr.co.uk/news/under-18s-news/one-of-r-own-rayan-kolli-100522/
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Rayan Kolli on 12:46 - Aug 18 with 5716 viewsBAWHoops

Fck me, that's beautiful. A better writer than Clive!!

http://blogandwhitehoops.wordpress.com/

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Rayan Kolli on 12:57 - Aug 18 with 5587 viewsRs_Holy

Rayan Kolli on 12:46 - Aug 18 by BAWHoops

Fck me, that's beautiful. A better writer than Clive!!


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Rayan Kolli on 13:41 - Aug 18 with 5361 viewsHAYESBOY

Rayan Kolli on 10:08 - Aug 18 by CiderwithRsie

I'll probably get pelters but if Willock is fit I'd play him alongside Chair behind Armstrong. New formation, possession no longer doing one, new slate, last chance saloon etc.

See what happens and if he can't be arsed hook him at half time for Kolli (whose fitness might benefit from not playing the full 90.)


This. 4-3-2-1. With either Colback starting or getting some minutes.

Begovic
Kakay Cook Fox Paal
Dozzell Field Colback/SDM
Chair Willock
Armstrong.

Smells like a trout farm in here

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Rayan Kolli on 13:47 - Aug 18 with 5316 viewsqueensparker

Rayan Kolli on 11:51 - Aug 18 by daveB

This was a nice post for Rayans Dad on the Indy Rs facebook page
Not sure if the link will work
https://www.facebook.com/groups/6816243865?hoisted_section_header_type=recently_

In the incredible journey of Rayan Kolli, we discover a tale that pulses with determination and unwavering dedication. From the tender age of seven, he embarked on his path with a fiery passion that ignited his dreams. Five days each week were a tapestry of rigorous training and fervent matches, leaving no room for leisure or respite. His young mind was consumed by the dual demands of academics and sports, weaving his hours into a symphony of effort and aspiration.
In this remarkable odyssey, there was no space for childhood frivolities. Rayan's companions were his books and his game, his playground the arena of sportsmanship. He navigated the labyrinthine corridors of hard work, bolstered by the support of countless mentors - an array of coaches, physiotherapists, managers, and directors, all contributing threads to the tapestry of his journey. As others faded away, he emerged as the phoenix of his age group, the sole survivor of relentless battles on the field.
Rayan traversed the breadth of Britain and ventured beyond its borders for games and tournaments, each journey a testament to his defiance of odds and his unyielding determination. He relinquished moments of repose, his weary face cradled by the car's window as he dozed off, fatigue melting into anticipation for the morrow's endeavors.
Finally, the culmination of his relentless drive arrived - the day he stepped onto the "QPR" first team. A dream actualized through sweat-soaked hours and unyielding perseverance. Yet, this moment was not solely his; it was shared with those who bore witness to his voyage. A poignant reminder that success is not plucked from thin air, but forged through the fires of sacrifice and dogged persistence.
This landmark day echoes far beyond the boundaries of the pitch, resonating with the profound truth that consistent labor and wholehearted dedication are the keys to triumph. Rayan's all-encompassing devotion transformed into a beacon that guided him to the first team, a destination suffused with pride and fulfillment.
As we join in celebrating his monumental achievement, our prayers weave through the tapestry of emotions. May god bless Rayan with an abundance of success and excellence in the tapestry of his future, a future he's bound to shape with the same ardor he's displayed thus far.
And as the night sky recently bore witness to Rayan Kolli's debut for QPR, a heartfelt chorus of gratitude emerges. A son's achievement intertwining with the gratitude towards Gareth Ainsworth, who opened a door of opportunity, and the camaraderie of teammates who stood as pillars of support. A night that etched a constellation of memories, not just for the player, but for the family whose hearts beat in tandem with his journey. With profound gratitude, we echo a heartfelt thank you to all who contributed to this emotional crescendo. Starting with Chris Ramsey,les,Allex Carrol,Micah,Lee,Steve,furlong,Empey,Hall,Josh,isa,Liban,…..thank you all.
Badis Kolli
Father


That's marvellous.

He's clearly got a well-thumbed Thesaurus on his desk
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Rayan Kolli on 13:55 - Aug 18 with 5237 viewsGRDHoops

Rayan Kolli on 11:51 - Aug 18 by daveB

This was a nice post for Rayans Dad on the Indy Rs facebook page
Not sure if the link will work
https://www.facebook.com/groups/6816243865?hoisted_section_header_type=recently_

In the incredible journey of Rayan Kolli, we discover a tale that pulses with determination and unwavering dedication. From the tender age of seven, he embarked on his path with a fiery passion that ignited his dreams. Five days each week were a tapestry of rigorous training and fervent matches, leaving no room for leisure or respite. His young mind was consumed by the dual demands of academics and sports, weaving his hours into a symphony of effort and aspiration.
In this remarkable odyssey, there was no space for childhood frivolities. Rayan's companions were his books and his game, his playground the arena of sportsmanship. He navigated the labyrinthine corridors of hard work, bolstered by the support of countless mentors - an array of coaches, physiotherapists, managers, and directors, all contributing threads to the tapestry of his journey. As others faded away, he emerged as the phoenix of his age group, the sole survivor of relentless battles on the field.
Rayan traversed the breadth of Britain and ventured beyond its borders for games and tournaments, each journey a testament to his defiance of odds and his unyielding determination. He relinquished moments of repose, his weary face cradled by the car's window as he dozed off, fatigue melting into anticipation for the morrow's endeavors.
Finally, the culmination of his relentless drive arrived - the day he stepped onto the "QPR" first team. A dream actualized through sweat-soaked hours and unyielding perseverance. Yet, this moment was not solely his; it was shared with those who bore witness to his voyage. A poignant reminder that success is not plucked from thin air, but forged through the fires of sacrifice and dogged persistence.
This landmark day echoes far beyond the boundaries of the pitch, resonating with the profound truth that consistent labor and wholehearted dedication are the keys to triumph. Rayan's all-encompassing devotion transformed into a beacon that guided him to the first team, a destination suffused with pride and fulfillment.
As we join in celebrating his monumental achievement, our prayers weave through the tapestry of emotions. May god bless Rayan with an abundance of success and excellence in the tapestry of his future, a future he's bound to shape with the same ardor he's displayed thus far.
And as the night sky recently bore witness to Rayan Kolli's debut for QPR, a heartfelt chorus of gratitude emerges. A son's achievement intertwining with the gratitude towards Gareth Ainsworth, who opened a door of opportunity, and the camaraderie of teammates who stood as pillars of support. A night that etched a constellation of memories, not just for the player, but for the family whose hearts beat in tandem with his journey. With profound gratitude, we echo a heartfelt thank you to all who contributed to this emotional crescendo. Starting with Chris Ramsey,les,Allex Carrol,Micah,Lee,Steve,furlong,Empey,Hall,Josh,isa,Liban,…..thank you all.
Badis Kolli
Father


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