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| Your Report added at 21:23:59|
Well put, my friend.
Did you notice they started the second half with NINE players from last season in the Championship, five of whom are well into their 30's.
Is it any wonder?
| Your Report added at 22:03:53|
Check out Redknapp's interview on the BBC website, linked above.
He has the gall to say that QPR finished behind Burnley last season and they are behind them this season with basically the same group of players. How stupid does he think we are?
Harry, compared to Sandro, Mutch, Fer, Isla, Vargas, Ferdinand, Caulker, McCarthy and Zarate, who exactly have Burnley brought in this season?
Did I hear you say George Boyd?
Harry, you are not fit to lick Sean Dyche's boots.
Fellow fans, get used to the bottom three. We're here to stay.
| Your Report added at 16:55:28|
Krancjar and Morrison both very fortunate not to be sent off for second bookable offences.
Another performance lacking any real sign of goal threat. Keane is willing but a powder puff presence. Hoillet never seems able to execute, despite the many promising positions he finds himself in. Morrison is in another league but needs the supply that nobody is good enough to provide.
| Your Report added at 12:52:02|
Sitting here half an hour into the game, losing 1-0, and there is no change whatsoever to what we have seen these past few weeks. QPR are pedestrian, lacking ideas and creativity, unable to execute. Leeds are pacy, aggressive and direct. We're looking at a heavy defeat...0-3.
| Your Report added at 04:22:52|
Watched the game on a stream. Lively enough for a while but very soon ran out of ideas. No shots on target says it all. Redknapp must know the game is up. He has been found out and it is now blindingly obvious that it was the influence of McLaren which created such false and misplaced optimism. Harry will not find another job in football after this. He has built a team which under his influence has underachieved massively. Poor old Charlie Austin. What has he done? Here's what. He's walked out on automatic promotion with Burnley under a dynamic, progressive coach like Sean Dyche and into a team managed by an out-of-touch, one dimensional manager and his one dimensional coaching staff, and is now staring down the barrel of another season in the Championship. And speaking of proper coaches, what about Uwe Rossler? Wigan are only 7 points behind QPR in 7th and will easily catch them before the end of the season at this rate. Never mind automatic promotion....they're not even going to make the play offs. Then it's goodbye Harry and for my money, let's get Tim Sherwood and Sir Les when Spurs boot them out at the end of the season.
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