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|Pleasing all of the people, all of the time - Report|
Thanks NorthernR. Great report.
My match day experience was actually terrible. Forced into watching on a dodgy stream from who knows where. Missed the incredible Eze goal. I even cancelled my QPR+ subscription in disgust. Not that I blame the club but it was awful from where I was sat.
I'm sure I'll sign back up again at some point but in the meantime I'll be donating my £5 a month subscription to QPR in the community trust.
Thanks again. Glad you all enjoyed it.
|Nightmare eleven - Column|
No Tamas Priskin?????
We'd literally have been better off fielding a spare tyre.
|QPR punished for wastefulness again - Report|
Could have been 3-0 to Reading, 0-3 to us, 0-0, 3-3 and everything in between. 1-0 probably the most unlikely and most unfair result of the lot, yet that's how it ended. Bizarre but entertaining game none the less.
|Turning for home - Preview|
I'm going for a wildly entertaining 3-3 with a golden hat-trick for Grant Hall. I'll be getting to the Madejski by hook or by crook and the thought of witnessing a regulation 2-0 win for a surely meticulously prepared Reading side doesn't bare thinking about...
Perhaps we should wait before criticising the ensuing transfer window too much. Who knows, maybe the club have a few tricks up their sleeves themselves. In Warbs we trust!
|Scout’s honour – Preview|
I still haven’t watched Coach Carter yet!
Geoff Cameron facts No.78 in the Series:
Geoff is a direct descendant of Frank Hayes (1888-1923), who holds the unique title of being the only jockey to win a race after dying. On June 4th 1923 he won a steeplechase despite suffering a fatal heart attack halfway through the race at Belmont Park in New York State, USA. The horse Sweet Kiss (20-1) somehow finished the race with Hayes still in the saddle, giving the jockey his first (and last) victory.
|F-awesome Forest set QPR on road to ruin - Report|
This report summed up the the match for me to a tittle. It seems we're once more caught in a rip tide and we can only hope it doesn't pull us too far out to sea, that we can't swim back.
Barbet and Kelly can't come back soon enough for me.
|QPR connection fuelling Bilic's bright Baggies' start - Interview|
I was thinking that about Phillips TacticalR. Never a fan favourite wherever he goes it seems. Such a good player when he’s on it. I guess a quiet personality combined with inconsistent performances ain’t too endearing.
Although it starts from a mistake, their equaliser v Luton is a bit tasty!
|Wells fells Wawll with crisp double - Report|
"How wonderful to see him like this, confident, clinical, Lego hair glistening in the afternoon light, tongue hanging out, bounding towards a riotous away end"
Nice one Clive!
|Down to the Wood – Column|
I thought Warburton transmorphed throughout the 90 mins. From an almost Warnock-esque figure, there in his shorts with an expectant stance, agitating instructions. To being tucked up in a lonely corner of the dugout a-la-Schhhteve.
I like him and hope it works out. Must be one of the toughest managerial jobs in football at the minute.
|End of Term Report 18/19 – Midfielders|
Although I agree with most of your views about Manning. I do think that the loan has made him a better more rounded player. His decision making has improved immensely. Also, the season before last with Holloway, when he was good he was very good but when he wasn't playing well, he became a bit of a liability. In his run at the end of this season I noted that his base level seems to have improved. When he's good he's still very good but when he inevitably drifts out of games it's less noticeable. He just kind of slots in. Also whereas in the past he had a tendency to play passes that weren't on and often concede possession in dangerous situations. There was one moment in the first half at Derby that caught my eye. He had the ball on the left of defence. Freeman was calling for it ahead of him surrounded by players. In the past he'd have played that ball but this time he just chipped the ball over all of them into space and allowed us to clear our lines and regroup. Took the pressure off completely.
|McClaren suffers long term pain after short term gain – Column|
“There was a feeling that McClaren either didn’t realise this was all he would have to work with next season, or didn’t care”
I was getting the impression recently it was the latter.
Wouldn’t be surprised to see McClaren in the Jungle next series whilst still being paid by us.
|Watford bring curtain down on QPR's cup hopes - Report|
The one player I thought might have made a difference as sub is now in Accrington I fear. The most disappointing thing was the final quarter of the match for me. Like you I was expecting more of a push but unfortunately we ran out of puff. Oh well. Onwards and err onwards..
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