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|QPR's comeback kids stick four through Stoke - Report|
Great report as ever and reading it makes me relive it all over again.
Loved the BOS cut back and loved see Danny Baaht volunteering for the UK winter olympics luge team.
I'm sure Pugh does a lot of unnoticed work and yes his assist for Eze's goal, but sorry I dont see what he offers.
If the purpose was to give Chair a rest then sobeit.
A really great game and wonderful comeback
|The QPR way - Preview|
Great preview as ever and its 11;30 in Enfield and not a drop of rain in sight.
I fully expect to see James Maclean tearing us asunder down the wing.
Unless a player is in the fracture clinic, in prison or dead please dont build up my hopes up by saying they are out injured.
|Wells' handy strike sinks Leeds in London again - Report|
Great match report thankyou.
It was a real cliff hanger. Leeds play is relentless but fortunately this time it had little end product.
All our guys gave 100% and if they can get as MW says their efficiency levels up then we have the makings of an excellent team.
Been impressed with Masterson on his 3 appearances so far. Looks like a Roeder/Macca hybrid
|In Keeganomics, another winger is always welcome - Preview|
Ryan Woods was everything in s midfield player we have always craved for in recent times so for Wall to get him for the season for nowt I think a real coup.
However Ilias Chair, a real Napoleon Bonaparte of a player in his pomp , dogged, skilful, high percentage pass rate, can tackle and probably our most intelligent ball player could do well along side Cameron/Amos in centre midfield.
Play Eze in front of him and we could see an even more attacking options.
Chair can receive the ball in tight situations , turn and advance. He rarely gives the ball away so Hall, Leistner, keeper you have an out ball instead of a 'bloody hell what do I do with this, I know Lumleys on
|QPR punished for wastefulness again - Report|
interesting to hear thatReading were the biggest spenders this season in the Championship with the owners insisting on a top six finish
Little old QPR 50k. know whose future looks more brighter
|The view from the Pu – November|
yea agree with.
apart from Millwall away we dont seem to puish teams when they serve us up opportunities on a plate.
They score them we squander them....or so it feels
|Lacklustre QPR pay Brentford penalty - Report|
Great report capturing every event and feel of the game.
It might be that our game is better suited to playing away, however Elland road on Saturday will probably not be the venue.
By the way Reading spent the thick end of 15 million upwards in the summer so were not doing that badly. (Even Hull spent more than 400K!)
|That was the window that was – Preview|
I have missed you more than you know, what a sad bustard!!!
1. Watching that Huddersfield clip you can now see why Williams didnt cross it!!!!
2. I liked Nakki at first but as his form dipped my my frustrations grew I came to really not want him here. Hopefully if the team thrives so will he.
3. Loved that performance at Stoke has had me purring all week
|Eze's glorious goal helps QPR stun Stoke - Report|
Great well written report(no mentions of the mouses waistcoat)
BOS is a lethal weapon. Defenders dont like pace and dont like running backwards so the have to stick or twist. NW has added more dimension to our play (in this game anyway) that BOS has more than try burst pass or tap back to Furlong play peters out.
Cant fault any of the players out there. They all gave 100% physically and mentally.
Yes Hugill is similar to HH.
Love my team
|Season Preview 2019/20 – Strugglers|
Found this on Gary Monk for those like me who had no idea what a naughty little friar Monk has been. Ashley Fletcher 8 million!!!!
Now you can see why they paid so much for Ashley Fletcher
Middlesbrough are exploring the possibility of legal action against Garry Monk for an alleged breach of contract by helping his agent, James Featherstone, to profit from their transfer dealings when he was manager of the club.
The Times has learnt that Middlesbrough sent a letter to their former manager’s lawyers, Mills & Reeve, alleging that Monk, who was manager at the Riverside Stadium from June-December 2017, passed on confidential information to Featherstone that enabled him to raise the sale price of at least one of the club’s transfer targets, thus increasing the agent’s commission.
All the allegations have been denied by Mills & Reeve on behalf of Monk and Featherstone. Middlesbrough are continuing to investigate after receiving information that they may have paid over the odds to sign several players during Monk’s sole transfer window in charge in the summer of 2017, with concerns over the signings of Ryan Shotton, Marvin Johnson, Ashley Fletcher and Cyrus Christie.
It has been alleged that Monk failed to inform Middlesbrough of the valuations placed on them by their clubs and therefore allowed them to pay inflated fees, and that in at least one instance the manager passed on confidential information to Featherstone, which enabled the agent to increase his commission. There is no suggestion of wrongdoing on the part of any of the players of their clubs.
Middlesbrough are understood to have sent a letter proposing High Court action against Monk and Featherstone on the grounds of their alleged conduct in the signings of Shotton, Johnson, Fletcher and Christie, who were all recruited on Monk’s recommendation in July and August 2017.
|Season Preview 2019/20 – Strugglers|
only read as far as Birmingham.
Pray tell Gary Monk/agent story, totally unaware there was dodgy dealings surrounding Monk. Must be a really bad habit
|Season Preview 2019/20 - Midtable|
Great insight into other teams and I'm interested to read your expectations on the Derby & Sheff WEds stadium sales.
you are of course one place out on all the predictions as QPR will finish top making your placements one out
|Kane and Pugh make it a summer dozen - Signings|
we also played Brighton in the week so an extra friendly there.
I'm excited by all these ins and outs.
compared to past pre-seasons this is the best ever.
We actually took two kick offs yesterday and both were kept in our possession....no hoof it to Ainsworth tactic we've done ever since wildthing left
|Amos brace brightens picture - Column|
I went to Frankie & Benny's once.
It was up at Glandford Park as I took my young sons to watch the R's gracefully loose to scunthorpe 4-1.
Whatever it was I ordered was supposed to come with a side of coleslaw, which it did. The coleslaw was dished up in one of those paper thimbles McDonalds give you to self serve your ketchup.
Highlight of the day ..leaving Scunthorpe although to be fair we never went to town centre
Love reading your wonderful match reports over my Monday porridge.
|Down to the Wood – Column|
You forgot to mention that Bore Ham Wood also had fatty arbuckle playing at centre half, that or he's been nicking stock from his day job at Quickfit and concealing them under his shirt.
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