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QPR v Charlton 10:57 - Jul 7 with 6697 viewsLondon_Pride

0-0 after 23 minutes
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QPR v Charlton on 11:05 - Jul 7 with 6671 viewsrsonist



Anyone watching? I'm assuming that's 4-2-3-1.

...oh, Lyle Taylor's scored for Charlton.
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QPR v Charlton on 11:09 - Jul 7 with 6653 viewsLondon_Pride

Now 0-1 🙁. Typical friendly game. Some good play from Rangers mainly from Eze . Wheeler and Furlong also combining well at times.
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QPR v Charlton on 11:14 - Jul 7 with 6629 viewsLondon_Pride

1-1 great goal from Eze . He’s really looking sharp.
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QPR v Charlton on 11:27 - Jul 7 with 6559 viewsLondon_Pride

1-2 just before half time. A quick break following a QPR corner (sound familiar?). Just previously a fantastic shot from Eze, well saved. Apparently 11 changes will be made for 2nd half. With temperature of 30 degrees , 45 minutes will be more than enough.
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QPR v Charlton on 11:49 - Jul 7 with 6444 viewsLondon_Pride

2-2 Connor Washington good finish. Assisted by Manning.
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QPR v Charlton on 12:03 - Jul 7 with 6366 viewsDannyPaddox

Washington scored? Are you sure? If I was a Charlton player I'd ask for the VAR on that.
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QPR v Charlton on 12:11 - Jul 7 with 6316 viewsLondon_Pride

2-3 from a corner 🙁
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QPR v Charlton on 12:13 - Jul 7 with 6294 viewsLondon_Pride

3-3 Baptise 😊
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QPR v Charlton on 12:25 - Jul 7 with 6224 viewsLondon_Pride

Full time. Charlie Owens impressed at the back in the 2nd half.
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QPR v Charlton on 12:41 - Jul 7 with 6129 viewsrsonist

QPR v Charlton on 12:25 - Jul 7 by London_Pride

Full time. Charlie Owens impressed at the back in the 2nd half.


Owens at the back is a new one on me, I'd always assumed he was a creative midfielder.
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QPR v Charlton (n/t) on 12:49 - Jul 7 with 6068 viewsaston_hoop

What formation(s) did we play? anyone stand out? Saw the video clip of Eze's goal, superb!
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QPR v Charlton on 13:58 - Jul 7 with 5836 viewsderbyhoop

Some noticeable absentees. No Lynch, Hall nor Goss. For a side that conceded 70 goals last season, don't we need the few defenders we have to get up to speed?

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QPR v Charlton on 17:30 - Jul 7 with 5533 viewssmegma

Meanwhile the under 18s won 7-0 at Heston while a very young Under 23 side lost 1-0 at Hayes & Yeading. Joe Felix impressed again at right back and Dieng in goal.

Scott Donnelly captained the home side but only lasted about 20 minutes. I think had a pie eating competition to attend.

I got badly sunburnt at both games.
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QPR v Charlton on 17:58 - Jul 7 with 5459 viewsGloucs_R

QPR v Charlton on 13:58 - Jul 7 by derbyhoop

Some noticeable absentees. No Lynch, Hall nor Goss. For a side that conceded 70 goals last season, don't we need the few defenders we have to get up to speed?


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QPR v Charlton on 19:44 - Jul 7 with 5296 viewsenfieldargh

QPR v Charlton on 13:58 - Jul 7 by derbyhoop

Some noticeable absentees. No Lynch, Hall nor Goss. For a side that conceded 70 goals last season, don't we need the few defenders we have to get up to speed?


Goss Lynch Smyth suffering from slight knocks

Hall not ready and mass not back yet

captains fantastic
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QPR v Charlton on 09:45 - Jul 8 with 4831 viewsDorse

QPR v Charlton on 17:58 - Jul 7 by Gloucs_R

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QPR v Charlton on 09:57 - Jul 8 with 4803 viewsGloucs_R

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QPR v Charlton on 12:18 - Jul 8 with 4610 viewssmegma

QPR v Charlton on 09:57 - Jul 8 by Gloucs_R

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Back of the Netto!!!
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QPR v Charlton on 12:27 - Jul 8 with 4585 viewsNeil_SI

Despite 45 players being used across this match in very warm conditions, it was played at decent tempo and both teams kept the ball on the deck and tried to attack.

We can be pleased with the workout, even if most of the players featured for just 45 minutes. I was surprised with how sharp and fit some of them looked, especially for the first friendly of the season.

It's too early to worry about the style of play or the strength and weaknesses, but we seemed to play a lot of diagonal balls out wide towards Wheeler, which wasn't always successful, but interesting all the same. At other times, we played a lot of football straight through the centre of midfield too, with reasonable success and Eze (who dropped deep a lot) and Chair saw plenty of the ball in there.

In reverse, while we had a back four, we did get caught outnumbered down the channels on occasion across both halves, leaving our full backs exposed to 1:1s and 2:1s, especially whenever we were hit on the counter. They scored twice from breaks, and did have other opportunities to counter, so that's an obvious area we need to shore up and work on.
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QPR v Charlton on 13:07 - Jul 8 with 4513 viewsCiderwithRsie

QPR v Charlton on 12:27 - Jul 8 by Neil_SI

Despite 45 players being used across this match in very warm conditions, it was played at decent tempo and both teams kept the ball on the deck and tried to attack.

We can be pleased with the workout, even if most of the players featured for just 45 minutes. I was surprised with how sharp and fit some of them looked, especially for the first friendly of the season.

It's too early to worry about the style of play or the strength and weaknesses, but we seemed to play a lot of diagonal balls out wide towards Wheeler, which wasn't always successful, but interesting all the same. At other times, we played a lot of football straight through the centre of midfield too, with reasonable success and Eze (who dropped deep a lot) and Chair saw plenty of the ball in there.

In reverse, while we had a back four, we did get caught outnumbered down the channels on occasion across both halves, leaving our full backs exposed to 1:1s and 2:1s, especially whenever we were hit on the counter. They scored twice from breaks, and did have other opportunities to counter, so that's an obvious area we need to shore up and work on.


Thanks Neil, appreciate the write-up.
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QPR v Charlton on 15:05 - Jul 8 with 4402 viewsterryb

Thanks Neil.

Nice to see a report.
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QPR v Charlton on 17:40 - Jul 8 with 4271 viewsBrianMcCarthy

https://www.qpr.co.uk/videos/highlights/highlights-qpr-charlton/

Great goal by Eze!

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