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The QPR is strong in this one – Report
at 09:56:38

Spot on with everything as usual…
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Illy and Willy bring strictly business back to fashion – Report
at 21:29:55

Nice.

No mention, though, of one of my highlights of the match; Sinclair Armstrong looking like somebody straight out of our 4x100 sprint relay team as he took ten yards off the petrified Hull fullback to almost rob him in the corner…
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Remembering QPR’s Terry Venables – Preview
at 23:21:30

Beautiful piece, beautiful tributes from many. Beautiful result tonight, fitting.

Wow, that clip of him and Stanley doing keepie uppies…what a fcuking beautiful football kit that was. Coolest ever in history. God I love QPR.
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Bittersweet symphony — Report
at 14:08:42

Iroegbunam and Field 14 passes between them? Dickie 4, Dunne 2? 20 percent possession? 20? Never heard of anything like that in my life, wouldn’t have thought it’s even possible.

Well done Gareth for keeping us up, but sheesh, that’s beyond a joke. Hoping that’s not the long term plan. Don’t see why you’d instruct the players to never pass to a player on your own team all game.
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Well, it is that time of year — Report
at 01:02:07

‘Scoring at a rate of one per monarch”

They should literally have you on Have I Got News
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The Dykes debate - Preview
at 15:18:12

He’s rubbish.
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Children, tell me when your father stops scratching himself — Report
at 17:26:50

‘accidentally bursting through for QPR’s best sight of goal in the whole half and skying a ball closer to space than any of these tech billionaire nonses are ever going to get.’
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Merry Christmas my R's - Preview
at 16:34:20

A nice message.

Rest assured, your efforts are always deeply appreciated by me, you do indeed help make life far more tolerable.
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Out of the darkness — Report
at 22:25:17

Absolutely superb, even for you.
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And then I looked up at the sun and I could see - Report
at 11:25:04

Wonderful as ever…
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One of those nights - Report
at 15:47:50

Lovely report, icing on the cake…
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Print it out for Joan - Report
at 21:21:35

Another magnificent write up…
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Imagine if we won - Report
at 14:42:51

Lovely report that one…
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Heading home - Preview
at 02:06:22

You've mentioned twice now about Jordy getting hammered. Got to stick up for our man here. If you look at the replay of one of them, Jordy absolutely nails the 'Boro man, must have damn near killed the fella. Fantastic stuff.
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Rangers run ragged by rampant Tykes — Report
at 00:54:49

'I found them quite exhilarating to be honest, and certainly a good deal better to watch and more fun than the current modern trend towards pisballing about in your own penalty area from your own goal kick, racking up 70% possession all of it entirely in neutral areas, and sneering at anybody who doesn’t do the same as if they’re some sort of luddite.'

Indeed. Swansea have a lot to answer for.
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Science schmience — Preview
at 02:30:04

Ha, perfect title Clive! It's a very interesting subject, obviously two valid sides of the argument.

One thing worth remembering, it's only really the midfielders even do that much running. Wingbacks and full backs too i suppose. Not so much the strikers or centre backs, though. I never got tired playing in defence or striker particularly, you're literally stood around waiting lots of the game. When they are playing twice a week, with travelling as well, there's hardly time for any training either, so it's not like they're doing any more than usual really. It's obviously spurious as to whether it would have helped to keep Charlie on a little longer, but when one also includes the vast psychological effect it has on the other 21 players (swapping Charlie for Dykes) if we then ask the question simply 'were we more or less likely to have taken something from that game if he'd stayed on a little longer', there's really one obvious answer. Will we lose him to an injury if he stays on? I remain unconvinced. And let's not forget, we're talking about the best player we have being replaced by the worst.

I'd be fascinated to be able to see these analytics and talk in detail with them about this, maybe they could convince me, but for now, i still consider it a textbook case of over-thinking things. Get your best 11 on in their best positions whenever possible. Recovery would be better served during the week if they have to. Train less during the week if they need to reduce the load. To take the best players off at half-time; bloody daft.
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Birmingham late show stuns below par QPR - Report
at 02:34:29

Clive, come on. We all know he doesn't want to be taking Charlie off after 50 minutes.

We also all know he shouldn't have done it, sports science be Damned. The demoralising effect it has on the other ten QPR players to lose our Talisman for a genuine pub team player...it's why we lost that game.
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Anthony Gordon marks 20th birthday with ceremonial football match — Report
at 06:23:14

that photo of Dykes lol
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Kane strikes back at critics as Rangers roll on - Report
at 02:04:29

'a special moment for Cherries’ centre back Chris Mepham, a first assist for the club he and his family support.'

that's cruel, lol
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Resurgent Rangers finally have their Field day — Report
at 13:16:06

Nice.

Now come on, Mark...If Dykes starts next game, you're doing it deliberately.
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