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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? 12:11 - Mar 11 with 1781 viewsRblockPrior

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 12:45 - Mar 11 with 1715 viewsstevec

Without Smithies, Onuoha and Robinson NO.

Without Smithies, Onuoha and Robinson but with Cameron, Rangel and Wells YES.

The rest, bar Freeman, wouldn't improve any side at this level, whoever the manager is.

If it were possible, which it isn't, the club should hang onto the four above but tell the rest to find a new club or take a 50% wage cut.
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 12:55 - Mar 11 with 1686 viewsRblockPrior

For me it is hard to say, however we would require 14 points from the remaining games to beat last seasons total which is a tough ask as would mean we would need to win 4/5 of those games. We should have been a better side this year with the loan signings we made along with the fact a large number of this squad have has another year to play together. at times we have played some nice football but those times have been very rare in recent months

Poll: What do you think the attendance will be against Reading?

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 12:59 - Mar 11 with 1671 viewsnix

I think we're about the same but I think we should actually have improved. Our younger players like BOS and Furlong have got more experience and we've had some expensive loan signings in. Our biggest losses have been Robinson and Smithies but the loan signings plus Lumley should have more than balanced that out. Onuouha has both strengths and weaknesses, e.g. making foul-ups at least once a game which balance out Leistner who doesn't have the athleticism but is more solid in my view. Up front we've got better options in Wells than Washington.
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 13:04 - Mar 11 with 1658 viewsdaveB

about the same for me which is a huge disappointment as it was apparently just Holloway and him playing 3 at the back which was holding us back from a bright future.

McClaren has done OK, our best this season has been better than last year but overall we don't seem to have moved forward although we do still have a fair few games left so that could change.
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 14:07 - Mar 11 with 1532 viewsCLAREMAN1995

There is a number of games to go and according to our posters we should win a few of those to soften the blow of our miserable 2019.
Is it the players ,the system or the Manager.after the Brenford game we had a week to get ready yet the performance was actually worse being at home and having an extra man.
Have the players forgotten how to play or are they instructed to keep it tight then try for a winning goal from a set piece or fast break.
Why does SM not switch things up like starting Manning or doing a Holloway and putting out a completely different formation.I know it was one of his most controversial moves but at least it freshened it up and got the fans interest.
I feel like the life has been sucked out of the fans who are paying their hard earned money down to watch this rubbish and they deserve better .
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 14:45 - Mar 11 with 1509 viewsManinBlack

For me, personally, life is garbage. I have been subjected to a lousy 1% pay rise every year since 2010, and been told that will be the case for the next 2 years rubbishing the PM's theory that austerity is over. A life of crime appears to be my only escape from the drudgery of life. We have a government that seems hell bent on turning Britain into a third world state whilst cretins like Grayling laugh all the way to the bank for doing an appalling job. On top of that, media types are earning over £400 grand a year whilst reporting on the Brexit fiasco that has turned ordinary folk into rabid dogs. Perhaps the two factions can recreate the Civil War with Brexiteers being the Cavaliers and Remainers the Roundheads. Modern Britain is self imploding and my one escape away from the madness is following this calamity football club. Instead of being a pleasure it has degenerated into a terrible ordeal.

This club loves setting new unwanted records like getting 6 players booked in stoppage time in one game or one of the few times this club might win a trophy, then jeopardise it, so we were all anxiously awaiting to see if points would be lost and promotion thwarted. When we break a hoodoo we always replace it with another one. There we all were rejoicing at breaking the Nottingham jinx back on 22 December only to then embark on setting up a new unwanted club record.

The classified football results at 5pm in the Score Centre every Saturday since has made for grim reading:
Saturday 29 December 2018 0-0 v Reading
Saturday 12 January 2019 0-1 v Sheffield United
Saturday 19 January 1-4 v Preston
Saturday 26 January 1-1 v Portsmouth
Saturday 2 February 1-2 v Wigan
Saturday 9 February 3-4 v Birmingham
Saturday 23 February 0-2 v Middlesbrough
Saturday 2 March 0-3 v Brentford
Saturday 9 March 0-0 v Stoke

Nine bloody Saturdays without a win since beating Forest. The traditional day for playing the damn game and we can't even do that properly. If I knew this was going to be the result of finally winning at the City Ground, I think I would have preferred beating Wigan, Brum, Brentford and Stoke and losing to Forest. It is almost three months since winning a Saturday match and we only have five more to play so maybe we can create another fabulous unwanted memoir for our history by going the whole of the second half of a season without a Saturday victory. Let's cop a plea to the Football League and ask if we can play Leeds in our last 10 fixtures, but not on a Saturday, as we might win a couple of games as they appear to be the only Championship team we can beat.

West Brom sack a manager after recently winning eight away games in a row whilst we settle for mediocrity. Like with my austerity driven life, how apt that I support an austerity team, Queens Austerity Rangers, so my one escape from a paupers reality is prohibited.

The last three games has barely seen us muster a shot, we seem to be getting worse with each passing Saturday. So all in all, my vote is that this season is worse than last season as we have amassed an incredible 5 points in 2019 and there is nothing to look forward to next season by all accounts whilst both me and my club continue to wallow in austere times.
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 14:55 - Mar 11 with 1487 viewsBoston

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 14:45 - Mar 11 by ManinBlack

For me, personally, life is garbage. I have been subjected to a lousy 1% pay rise every year since 2010, and been told that will be the case for the next 2 years rubbishing the PM's theory that austerity is over. A life of crime appears to be my only escape from the drudgery of life. We have a government that seems hell bent on turning Britain into a third world state whilst cretins like Grayling laugh all the way to the bank for doing an appalling job. On top of that, media types are earning over £400 grand a year whilst reporting on the Brexit fiasco that has turned ordinary folk into rabid dogs. Perhaps the two factions can recreate the Civil War with Brexiteers being the Cavaliers and Remainers the Roundheads. Modern Britain is self imploding and my one escape away from the madness is following this calamity football club. Instead of being a pleasure it has degenerated into a terrible ordeal.

This club loves setting new unwanted records like getting 6 players booked in stoppage time in one game or one of the few times this club might win a trophy, then jeopardise it, so we were all anxiously awaiting to see if points would be lost and promotion thwarted. When we break a hoodoo we always replace it with another one. There we all were rejoicing at breaking the Nottingham jinx back on 22 December only to then embark on setting up a new unwanted club record.

The classified football results at 5pm in the Score Centre every Saturday since has made for grim reading:
Saturday 29 December 2018 0-0 v Reading
Saturday 12 January 2019 0-1 v Sheffield United
Saturday 19 January 1-4 v Preston
Saturday 26 January 1-1 v Portsmouth
Saturday 2 February 1-2 v Wigan
Saturday 9 February 3-4 v Birmingham
Saturday 23 February 0-2 v Middlesbrough
Saturday 2 March 0-3 v Brentford
Saturday 9 March 0-0 v Stoke

Nine bloody Saturdays without a win since beating Forest. The traditional day for playing the damn game and we can't even do that properly. If I knew this was going to be the result of finally winning at the City Ground, I think I would have preferred beating Wigan, Brum, Brentford and Stoke and losing to Forest. It is almost three months since winning a Saturday match and we only have five more to play so maybe we can create another fabulous unwanted memoir for our history by going the whole of the second half of a season without a Saturday victory. Let's cop a plea to the Football League and ask if we can play Leeds in our last 10 fixtures, but not on a Saturday, as we might win a couple of games as they appear to be the only Championship team we can beat.

West Brom sack a manager after recently winning eight away games in a row whilst we settle for mediocrity. Like with my austerity driven life, how apt that I support an austerity team, Queens Austerity Rangers, so my one escape from a paupers reality is prohibited.

The last three games has barely seen us muster a shot, we seem to be getting worse with each passing Saturday. So all in all, my vote is that this season is worse than last season as we have amassed an incredible 5 points in 2019 and there is nothing to look forward to next season by all accounts whilst both me and my club continue to wallow in austere times.
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Crickey mate , if you’ve got the time to rewrite the Bible I’d only be giving ya 1% and all.

Poll: Thank God The Seaons Over.

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 15:08 - Mar 11 with 1467 viewsMytch_QPR

The frustrating thing is that - once again - we've been fantastic in certain games and lacklustre in the extreme in others, and these often seem to be in sequences.

"Thank you for supporting Queens Park Rangers Steep Staircase"... and I thought I'd signed up for a rollercoaster.
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 23:44 - Mar 11 with 1241 viewsManinBlack

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 14:55 - Mar 11 by Boston

Crickey mate , if you’ve got the time to rewrite the Bible I’d only be giving ya 1% and all.


Was not at work today...
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 13:27 - Mar 12 with 1108 viewsEsox_Lucius

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 23:44 - Mar 11 by ManinBlack

Was not at work today...


"barely mustered a shot in the last three games". I think you've posted this in the wrong teams forum.

The grass is always greener.
Poll: Could or do you go to watch QPR without having a drink or recreational drugs?

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 14:09 - Mar 12 with 1055 viewsBlackCrowe

Wildly inconsistent as always, but the quality of football and team spirit is much improved under Steve Mc. I've even enjoyed watching a few of our games when we've lost!

Poll: Kitchen threads or polls?

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 17:40 - Mar 12 with 973 viewsPunteR

I prefered Ollie but on the field i dont see much difference.

Bake my chicken

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 18:29 - Mar 12 with 924 viewsHAYESBOY

0nly true judge is the points tally at the end of the season.

56 last yesr. Will we go past that...….doubt it.

Smells like a trout farm in here

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 19:03 - Mar 12 with 892 viewsitsbiga

I'm surprised when we win and not when we don't.
Pretty much been that way for years now aint it......

Poll: Serious concern we'll double drop?

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 20:00 - Mar 12 with 850 viewsLowerloftLad

after the first four games this season has surpassed all expectations and we look set to compelte the objective of staying up. but is this season any better than last yes a nice cup run in the fa cup shame we couldn't go one step further in the league cup

Ohhhhhh bobby zamora

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 23:20 - Mar 12 with 743 viewsSimonJames

We will most likely finish 18th with about 51 points.
The gap below us is probably too much for the Fakes to close and no one above us is playing badly enough for us to overtake.

So 18th with 51 points vs last season's 16th with 56 points. On the face of it we seem to have declined further, but it somehow feels to me like a more settled team than when Ollie was in charge.

100% of people who drink water will die.

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 23:44 - Mar 12 with 729 viewsdistortR

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 14:45 - Mar 11 by ManinBlack

For me, personally, life is garbage. I have been subjected to a lousy 1% pay rise every year since 2010, and been told that will be the case for the next 2 years rubbishing the PM's theory that austerity is over. A life of crime appears to be my only escape from the drudgery of life. We have a government that seems hell bent on turning Britain into a third world state whilst cretins like Grayling laugh all the way to the bank for doing an appalling job. On top of that, media types are earning over £400 grand a year whilst reporting on the Brexit fiasco that has turned ordinary folk into rabid dogs. Perhaps the two factions can recreate the Civil War with Brexiteers being the Cavaliers and Remainers the Roundheads. Modern Britain is self imploding and my one escape away from the madness is following this calamity football club. Instead of being a pleasure it has degenerated into a terrible ordeal.

This club loves setting new unwanted records like getting 6 players booked in stoppage time in one game or one of the few times this club might win a trophy, then jeopardise it, so we were all anxiously awaiting to see if points would be lost and promotion thwarted. When we break a hoodoo we always replace it with another one. There we all were rejoicing at breaking the Nottingham jinx back on 22 December only to then embark on setting up a new unwanted club record.

The classified football results at 5pm in the Score Centre every Saturday since has made for grim reading:
Saturday 29 December 2018 0-0 v Reading
Saturday 12 January 2019 0-1 v Sheffield United
Saturday 19 January 1-4 v Preston
Saturday 26 January 1-1 v Portsmouth
Saturday 2 February 1-2 v Wigan
Saturday 9 February 3-4 v Birmingham
Saturday 23 February 0-2 v Middlesbrough
Saturday 2 March 0-3 v Brentford
Saturday 9 March 0-0 v Stoke

Nine bloody Saturdays without a win since beating Forest. The traditional day for playing the damn game and we can't even do that properly. If I knew this was going to be the result of finally winning at the City Ground, I think I would have preferred beating Wigan, Brum, Brentford and Stoke and losing to Forest. It is almost three months since winning a Saturday match and we only have five more to play so maybe we can create another fabulous unwanted memoir for our history by going the whole of the second half of a season without a Saturday victory. Let's cop a plea to the Football League and ask if we can play Leeds in our last 10 fixtures, but not on a Saturday, as we might win a couple of games as they appear to be the only Championship team we can beat.

West Brom sack a manager after recently winning eight away games in a row whilst we settle for mediocrity. Like with my austerity driven life, how apt that I support an austerity team, Queens Austerity Rangers, so my one escape from a paupers reality is prohibited.

The last three games has barely seen us muster a shot, we seem to be getting worse with each passing Saturday. So all in all, my vote is that this season is worse than last season as we have amassed an incredible 5 points in 2019 and there is nothing to look forward to next season by all accounts whilst both me and my club continue to wallow in austere times.
[Post edited 11 Mar 14:50]


I hear you, brother.

My council house rent rise exceeded my 1% pay rise.

My neighbour got 2.7% and her rent paid in full, but then she's unemployed - why do i work again?

And Rangers are............well..................Rangers.

Can't help but love 'em, though.
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 01:06 - Mar 13 with 683 viewsBazzaInTheLoft

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 14:45 - Mar 11 by ManinBlack

For me, personally, life is garbage. I have been subjected to a lousy 1% pay rise every year since 2010, and been told that will be the case for the next 2 years rubbishing the PM's theory that austerity is over. A life of crime appears to be my only escape from the drudgery of life. We have a government that seems hell bent on turning Britain into a third world state whilst cretins like Grayling laugh all the way to the bank for doing an appalling job. On top of that, media types are earning over £400 grand a year whilst reporting on the Brexit fiasco that has turned ordinary folk into rabid dogs. Perhaps the two factions can recreate the Civil War with Brexiteers being the Cavaliers and Remainers the Roundheads. Modern Britain is self imploding and my one escape away from the madness is following this calamity football club. Instead of being a pleasure it has degenerated into a terrible ordeal.

This club loves setting new unwanted records like getting 6 players booked in stoppage time in one game or one of the few times this club might win a trophy, then jeopardise it, so we were all anxiously awaiting to see if points would be lost and promotion thwarted. When we break a hoodoo we always replace it with another one. There we all were rejoicing at breaking the Nottingham jinx back on 22 December only to then embark on setting up a new unwanted club record.

The classified football results at 5pm in the Score Centre every Saturday since has made for grim reading:
Saturday 29 December 2018 0-0 v Reading
Saturday 12 January 2019 0-1 v Sheffield United
Saturday 19 January 1-4 v Preston
Saturday 26 January 1-1 v Portsmouth
Saturday 2 February 1-2 v Wigan
Saturday 9 February 3-4 v Birmingham
Saturday 23 February 0-2 v Middlesbrough
Saturday 2 March 0-3 v Brentford
Saturday 9 March 0-0 v Stoke

Nine bloody Saturdays without a win since beating Forest. The traditional day for playing the damn game and we can't even do that properly. If I knew this was going to be the result of finally winning at the City Ground, I think I would have preferred beating Wigan, Brum, Brentford and Stoke and losing to Forest. It is almost three months since winning a Saturday match and we only have five more to play so maybe we can create another fabulous unwanted memoir for our history by going the whole of the second half of a season without a Saturday victory. Let's cop a plea to the Football League and ask if we can play Leeds in our last 10 fixtures, but not on a Saturday, as we might win a couple of games as they appear to be the only Championship team we can beat.

West Brom sack a manager after recently winning eight away games in a row whilst we settle for mediocrity. Like with my austerity driven life, how apt that I support an austerity team, Queens Austerity Rangers, so my one escape from a paupers reality is prohibited.

The last three games has barely seen us muster a shot, we seem to be getting worse with each passing Saturday. So all in all, my vote is that this season is worse than last season as we have amassed an incredible 5 points in 2019 and there is nothing to look forward to next season by all accounts whilst both me and my club continue to wallow in austere times.
[Post edited 11 Mar 14:50]


Solidarity Brother Black.

Shit governments and shit football teams don't last forever.

Keep your pecker up and don't get caught doing whatever you are doing, unless it's sex trafficking or the like.
[Post edited 13 Mar 1:09]
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 01:17 - Mar 13 with 671 viewsSydneyRs

For a long period yes. After the awful first 4 games we were basically in top 6 form for 4 months. Then of course it all fell apart with a combination of shocking luck in a few games and then the dip in confidence that a run of losses brings leading to poorer performances. Injuries haven't helped either.
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 06:23 - Mar 13 with 634 viewsdavman

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 01:06 - Mar 13 by BazzaInTheLoft

Solidarity Brother Black.

Shit governments and shit football teams don't last forever.

Keep your pecker up and don't get caught doing whatever you are doing, unless it's sex trafficking or the like.
[Post edited 13 Mar 1:09]


Ours seem to though...

Money, money, money - we're not really like Chelscum, are we?
Poll: One more incoming according to Warburton, but what position?

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 06:59 - Mar 13 with 620 viewsShotKneesHoop

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 15:08 - Mar 11 by Mytch_QPR

The frustrating thing is that - once again - we've been fantastic in certain games and lacklustre in the extreme in others, and these often seem to be in sequences.


As Charlie MacDickens of Broadstairs United wrote in his programme notes for "A Tale of Bristol City and Birmingham City - "it was the best of times, it was the worst of times, thank God for the half times and full times!"

In other words, a bang average, easy to forget, typical season supporting QPR - where the only consistent sign of class has been the Pre Match Reviews and Match Reports done by Northern R.

Why does it feel like R'SWiPe is still on the books? Yer Couldn't Make It Up.Well Done Me!

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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 13:14 - Mar 13 with 535 viewsManinBlack

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 01:06 - Mar 13 by BazzaInTheLoft

Solidarity Brother Black.

Shit governments and shit football teams don't last forever.

Keep your pecker up and don't get caught doing whatever you are doing, unless it's sex trafficking or the like.
[Post edited 13 Mar 1:09]


Mr Hammond is on his feet now banging on about wage increases which is not the reality for those who indirectly work to the government of the day in the public services. With everything going up in price at higher rates than our derisory 1% pay increase every year it is a greater struggle with each passing year.

This is mirrored with our football team. Each season becomes a greater battle to keep heads above water. It is hard to progress these days when starved of cash.
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Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 15:33 - Mar 13 with 460 viewscaliforniahoop

Overall do you think we have been better this season than last? on 12:45 - Mar 11 by stevec

Without Smithies, Onuoha and Robinson NO.

Without Smithies, Onuoha and Robinson but with Cameron, Rangel and Wells YES.

The rest, bar Freeman, wouldn't improve any side at this level, whoever the manager is.

If it were possible, which it isn't, the club should hang onto the four above but tell the rest to find a new club or take a 50% wage cut.


Up until Xmas, the answer was a resounding, yes!!

Injuries have killed us, we have no natural DM’s at the club, plus too many harriers in midfield and no ball players, if only Goss had a “football heart”, Dorothy help!

Hall has been a major plus, Lumley, Freeman, the young lads getting more game time on loan and in the first team, so add Eze, Chair, Smyth, BOS, Shodipo coming back and a few little gems on the horizon from the youth set up, if the recruitment is on point in the summer, I believe progress has been made.
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