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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby pamment8 » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:17 pm

Well, can't blame anyone but OLLIE
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 0-2

Postby pamment8 » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:23 pm

Washington 1-2
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby northwesthoop » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:26 pm

1-2 and I fancy further goals in the game
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby pamment8 » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:28 pm

And you lot wanted to get rid of WASHINGTON
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby singlespeed » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:55 pm

This was another winnable game we screwed up
We got Newcastle next too,so two losses in a row
What is it with us and bloody burton Albion
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby Stoatey » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:57 pm

Beaten 1-2 :sssh
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby pamment8 » Sat Jan 28, 2017 6:06 pm

Poor decision to tinker with the team.
12,000 crowd not bad but poor management decision.
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby singlespeed » Sat Jan 28, 2017 6:16 pm

Why didn't Mackie and manning start
Sometimes holloway's decision making baffles me
That was a game we should of won really
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION

Postby minxymartin » Sat Jan 28, 2017 7:03 pm

pamment8 wrote:I agree MINXY has me baffled.

Ollie admitted so in his after match presser

"Ollie: I made a couple of changes and boy did we miss them both"

You don't have to be a genius to work that one out!
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION

Postby SuperHoop » Sat Jan 28, 2017 9:21 pm

minxymartin wrote:
pamment8 wrote:I agree MINXY has me baffled.

Ollie admitted so in his after match presser

"Ollie: I made a couple of changes and boy did we miss them both"

You don't have to be a genius to work that one out!


So he's learnt. Good.
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby kingfisher » Sat Jan 28, 2017 11:50 pm

Before I start with thoughts on the game - Happy Birthday Single!

I am certainly beginning to think my attendance is the kiss of death for the club....although have to say that Ollie has to take some of the blame too! I understand his desire to rest Mackie and give Lualua a full run but, when Lualua and Furlong were still finding their positions, to give a full game to Doughty too was a big mistake. The guy sitting next to me was convinced he was overweight, which might explain his lack of movement at times, but I felt he was struggling to know where he fitted in and finding the Championship pace a little bewildering. Shame as there is a good player in there...

Their first goal was achieved from having a player on the edge of the goal area able to take advantage of a poor clearance, something QPR have themselves failed to do on so many occasions.... It was a good goal and cannot really blame the back 4. In fact it was painful at times to see Bidwell pushing forward in support, only to have none when two Burton players roamed forwards. It should have been Lualua and Doughty supporting....

Now that would have been bad enough but Luongo had a dreadful game, and there was no international duty to blame this time. So often his distribution was poor and his tackling was wild. In fact the midfield hardly ever hunted together for the ball. Perhaps Lualua & Doughty missed that training session? Replacing Hall after the first goal with Washington gave a strong presence up front but left a poor midfield bereft of quality, and probably contributed to Burton's second goal. Even Smithies was making mistakes now...

It wasn't until the 74th minute that manning was finally introduced instead of Doughty (he had been stripped off for ages it seemed), but at least that was a 'like-for-like' change. You cannot say removing Bidwell in the 87th minutes for Mackie was fair to either the defence or Jamie Mackie. Why not take off Lualua or even Luongo!?

POSITIVES: Well there were some. Sylla and Washington combined well, although Sylla's footwork was poor (far better with head); and Washington's first touches were good and his persistence got him a deserved goal. Wzsolek was another positive, as he successfully ran them ragged down the right wing (whereas Lualua reminded me of SWP - too many taken on when a pass was a better option). Furlong and Doughty both made good forward passes; and Lynch & Onuhoa pushed forward with the ball.

Someone commented as we left that QPR always seem to do better against the higher clubs. Hope so as Newcastle beckons... :shock:
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby pamment8 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 8:56 am

He says he knew he made a mistake so why not remedy it at half time.
And to put a sub on in the 87th minute fine if your winning by the odd goal and want to run clock down.
Not when your losing.
And you can't use the excuse of resting players.
I would rather have the best team out against BURTON at home and rest players at NEWCASTLE away. :tu
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby jimjams » Sun Jan 29, 2017 11:20 am

I would rather have the best team out against BURTON at home and rest players at NEWCASTLE away


Well if you were the manager that would hardly send out a very positive message would it?

I think you have to be able to change tactics and personnel in this division and I'm sure he thought that the team and tactics he chose would be good enough to get a result against Burton...let's see what happens at Newcastle before we judge this result too harshly
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby pamment8 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 8:22 pm

Makes perfect sense you want to win at home .
NEWCASTLE is a game that when they look at the fixtures they think we won't get anything from this game.
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Re: QPR V BURTON ALBION 1-2

Postby kingfisher » Mon Jan 30, 2017 3:43 pm

Another insight into the game (an excellent one I might add): http://www.fansnetwork.co.uk/football/queensparkrangers/news/44955/
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