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Larkeche 21:09 - Dec 4 with 8321 viewsHooparoo

Been quite impressed with the cameo appearances of young Ziyad. Looks a big solid unit but I mostly love his determination to stay on his feet and win the ball. Is it time to give him a start? As Marti has said, we need all the squad and playing him gives us options to rest Paal or move him in to midfield where he seems comfortable. Nice to have some proper options for a change.

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Larkeche on 21:14 - Dec 4 with 6130 viewsBoston

An unexpected bonus, so far. Very promising, ability to get stuck in and make things happen.

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Larkeche on 21:15 - Dec 4 with 6139 viewsaston_hoop

He's made a good couple of cameos and I'm happy for now for him to keep making them. We're at our best starting games with Paal at LB doing the inverted full back thing, Larkeche looking good off the bench is great so long may it continue!

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Larkeche on 21:24 - Dec 4 with 6057 viewsstevec

Larkeche on 21:15 - Dec 4 by aston_hoop

He's made a good couple of cameos and I'm happy for now for him to keep making them. We're at our best starting games with Paal at LB doing the inverted full back thing, Larkeche looking good off the bench is great so long may it continue!


Agree. He looks decent going forward, not convinced by his defending so much.
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Larkeche on 22:12 - Dec 4 with 5937 viewscolinallcars

That skirmish by the corner flag which led to the OG was amazing, the like of which I've seldom seen.
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Larkeche on 00:03 - Dec 5 with 5752 viewsCLAREMAN1995

Larkeche on 21:24 - Dec 4 by stevec

Agree. He looks decent going forward, not convinced by his defending so much.


I have a sneaky feeling Marti sees him more of an attacking player than defending IMO.
He said he watched every QPR game for 2 years so he saw Larkeche having that nightmare debut that might have convinced him.
He is looking a bit quicker than I thought last 2 apperances maybe having license to roam is helping him
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Larkeche on 01:02 - Dec 5 with 5678 viewsVancouverHoop

Larkeche on 00:03 - Dec 5 by CLAREMAN1995

I have a sneaky feeling Marti sees him more of an attacking player than defending IMO.
He said he watched every QPR game for 2 years so he saw Larkeche having that nightmare debut that might have convinced him.
He is looking a bit quicker than I thought last 2 apperances maybe having license to roam is helping him


It's early doors but, from the little we've seen of Larkeche, it seems he works best if he's glued to the left touchline most of time. It'll be interesting to see how/if Marti can have Paal, Larkeche and, for that matter, Chair on the pitch at the same time. Surely they can't all play down the left side at once?
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Larkeche on 01:51 - Dec 5 with 5647 viewsessextaxiboy

He is playing well , GA playing him at RB didn’t give him the best of starts
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Larkeche on 04:13 - Dec 5 with 5573 viewsFDC

Great to see him shake off that terrible start he had. He's certainly shown he can get forward and harras the opposite full back, which has worked well late in the game twice now. Great option off the bench for sure.
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Larkeche on 06:33 - Dec 5 with 5450 viewsWilkinswatercarrier

Looking good value for a free signing. Would probably be better as a wing back rather than full back, but I'm certain MC knows how to utilise him better than me!
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Larkeche on 08:44 - Dec 5 with 5214 viewsNorthernr

Surprising what happens when you don't play him right back.
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Larkeche on 08:54 - Dec 5 with 5183 viewsdmm

His battling foray into the penalty area and cross that led to that own goal v Stoke doesn't appear to count as an assist. Shame. He deserved one.
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Larkeche on 08:54 - Dec 5 with 5188 viewsNorthernr

Larkeche on 08:54 - Dec 5 by dmm

His battling foray into the penalty area and cross that led to that own goal v Stoke doesn't appear to count as an assist. Shame. He deserved one.


Yeh you don't get assists on own goals, which is absolute bolox and why we do assists differently on here.
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Larkeche on 09:04 - Dec 5 with 5132 viewsnix

Larkeche on 06:33 - Dec 5 by Wilkinswatercarrier

Looking good value for a free signing. Would probably be better as a wing back rather than full back, but I'm certain MC knows how to utilise him better than me!


Whatever he uses him for it looks like he's developing his game and Larkeche seems like he's willing to learn and do whatever job the manager asks of him.
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Larkeche on 09:30 - Dec 5 with 5045 viewsdutch

One of the most impressive things about the new manager is how he seems to have turned around players who looked useless or were overlooked by Ainsworth. Larkeche, Kelman and the revelation of EDB. If he can do the same magic on Taylor Richards we might have a strong squad.
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Larkeche on 09:33 - Dec 5 with 5025 viewsNorthernr

Larkeche on 09:30 - Dec 5 by dutch

One of the most impressive things about the new manager is how he seems to have turned around players who looked useless or were overlooked by Ainsworth. Larkeche, Kelman and the revelation of EDB. If he can do the same magic on Taylor Richards we might have a strong squad.


If he does the same with Richards we might lose him as Southgate's replacement.
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Larkeche on 10:27 - Dec 5 with 4853 viewsderbyhoop

Larkeche on 09:30 - Dec 5 by dutch

One of the most impressive things about the new manager is how he seems to have turned around players who looked useless or were overlooked by Ainsworth. Larkeche, Kelman and the revelation of EDB. If he can do the same magic on Taylor Richards we might have a strong squad.


He might be impressive but he still hasnt managed to turn water into wine. That sort of thing will be needed to make Taylir Richard's a Campionship level player.

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Larkeche on 12:24 - Dec 5 with 4676 viewsbosh67

I think he could be a secret weapon going forward down the wings. He is fast, big, powerful and looks suited to an advanced wide position rather than as a fullback or wingback.

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Larkeche on 13:32 - Dec 5 with 4456 viewsLblock

Larkeche on 09:30 - Dec 5 by dutch

One of the most impressive things about the new manager is how he seems to have turned around players who looked useless or were overlooked by Ainsworth. Larkeche, Kelman and the revelation of EDB. If he can do the same magic on Taylor Richards we might have a strong squad.


If he can do that with Taylor Richards then a four year booking with a stage show on the Las Vegas Strip beckons for Marti.

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Larkeche on 13:41 - Dec 5 with 4419 viewsR_from_afar

Larkeche on 09:33 - Dec 5 by Northernr

If he does the same with Richards we might lose him as Southgate's replacement.


It's great to see Larkeche making such positive contributions.

Whilst he didn't use him well, we should give Ainsworth *some* credit because Larkeche was signed during his tenure.

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Larkeche on 13:54 - Dec 5 with 4389 viewsPhilmyRs

So far he's harried a player and put a low cross into the box which resulted in a goal and played a short pass to Chair which led to a goal. Both of these actions you'd expect from a professional player.

I worry that the last 12 months has made us much more eager to jump on any semblance of effort/ability. A few have hyped Kelman a bit too after last few games and I've hardly seen him do anything beyond run around when on the pitch, again all basic stuff you'd expect from a footballer. I suppose at least Larkeche assisted a goal which he should be proud of.

I think EDB has been the one that's caught the eye and the one the Manager can rightfully feel proud for how they've integrated them into the first team. The other youngsters, jury well and truly out but agree it's at least positive that the Manager is feeling able to use them as options when in tight situations on the pitch.
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Larkeche on 14:57 - Dec 5 with 4245 viewsCLAREMAN1995

Larkeche on 09:33 - Dec 5 by Northernr

If he does the same with Richards we might lose him as Southgate's replacement.


Way too early to post this but if we move up the table ,play attractive entertaining football and make Loftus Road a fortress what happens to Marti.
He will attract a lot of attention so hopefully QPR have the contract locked down tight
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Larkeche on 15:21 - Dec 5 with 4169 viewssimmo

He was screaming 'barely league one' for most of the times I've seen him, and it'll take more than some good cameos to change my initial assessment. That being said, I think it's fair not to judge anyone in this squad based on their time with Ainsworth...

Larkeche's academy background suggests he will respond better to high level coaching and he's shown - once again - that even the basics done well are effective in this league, and he's clearly got a part to play so we can utilise Paal's versatility. That'll do for now
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Larkeche on 15:24 - Dec 5 with 4154 viewsQPunkR

Larkeche on 09:33 - Dec 5 by Northernr

If he does the same with Richards we might lose him as Southgate's replacement.


Why would the FA want Taylor as England manager?

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Larkeche on 15:53 - Dec 5 with 4071 viewsNorthernr

Larkeche on 15:24 - Dec 5 by QPunkR

Why would the FA want Taylor as England manager?


TBF two games between now and the end of March sounds about right.
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Larkeche on 17:23 - Dec 5 with 3886 viewsVancouverHoop

So far he's harried a player and put a low cross into the box which resulted in a goal and played a short pass to Chair which led to a goal. Both of these actions you'd expect from a professional player.

I worry that the last 12 months has made us much more eager to jump on any semblance of effort/ability.


Fair enough. But sometimes you can see potential whatever the circs. For instance you could tell Willock could be the real deal pretty much from his first few kicks of the ball. I wouldn't quite say Larkeche is in that category... yet. Let's face it he's only played a few impressive sub minutes, so it's very early doors but there's reason for genuine optimism.
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