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  • Match Thread: Leeds v QPR

    Match Thread: Leeds v QPR

    MARK Warburton says that his QPR squad will be fit and firing for Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship clash away at promotion favourites Leeds United.

    The R’s suffered their first defeat in four games on Monday night, losing out to Brentford in W12, but the boss insists that there will be no sign of a hangover when they walk out at Elland Road.

    “It’s a demanding league; the games come thick and fast so you can’t be sitting there and feeling sorry...
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  • Match Thread: Hull City v QPR

    Match Thread: Hull City v QPR

    “We have got to set the highest possible standards for ourselves. We gave away a really sloppy goal against Blackburn. From 4-1 and cruising, we survived a warning shot and we were loose and we have got to recognise that and be better.

    “It was a good win going into the break; four goals, four different scorers and more goals for our front two. It was great for Brighty and Ebs [to score] too but we were loose on too many occasions.”

    Following the Blackburn...
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  • Blackburn Match Thread

    Blackburn Match Thread

    AS MARK Warburton readies his troops for Blackburn this weekend, he has called on his players to “deliver a performance” in west London.

    The R’s suffered a 3-0 loss at Cardiff City on Wednesday night and the R’s boss admits his post-match speech to the players was one that needed to be carefully considered.

    “It was important we got the message right to the players,” Warburton explained.

    “There is no denying we lost...
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  • QPR vs Blackburn Rovers (Away Preview)

    QPR vs Blackburn Rovers (Away Preview)

    Final match before the annoying international break, both sides not in the best of RECENT form heading into this one. We failed to beat Luton and Forest at HOME, but from our point of view, I am hoping our AWAY DAYS are much more lucky.

    Been impressed with QPR's start to the season, as I was worried about the amount of new faces coming in. However they have hit the ground running and are scoring plenty or goals and have been in amongst the top end of the table for the most part of...
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  • Match Thread: Cardiff v QPR

    Match Thread: Cardiff v QPR

    “The fact of the matter is we have lost a game of football and it hurts. If it doesn’t hurt then you shouldn’t be in the game. The good thing is we have a very swift chance to make amends.”

    MARK Warburton admits he and his squad are hurting following Saturday’s defeat – but they welcome the early opportunity to “make amends” when they visit Cardiff City on Wednesday night.

    After four consecutive wins, QPR lost 2-0 against...
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  • Match Thread: QPR v WBA

    Match Thread: QPR v WBA

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  • Match Thread: Millwall v QPR

    Match Thread: Millwall v QPR

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    Video vs Sheff Wed

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  • Caraboa Cup Match Thread: QPR v Portsmouth

    Caraboa Cup Match Thread: QPR v Portsmouth

    FOLLOWING Saturday’s win over Wigan Athletic, Rangers' attention now switches to the Carabao Cup where Mark Warburton’s side are set to face Portsmouth.

    The south-coast side will be relatively happy with the start they have made to the League One season, sitting six points off the play-offs positions and due to last weekend’s postponement of their fixture with Rotherham United they have played a game less than most.

    This consequently means Pompey have had a week to prepare...
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  • Carabao Cup: QPR v Portsmouth Match Thread

    Carabao Cup: QPR v Portsmouth Match Thread

    FOLLOWING Saturday’s win over Wigan Athletic, Rangers' attention now switches to the Carabao Cup where Mark Warburton’s side are set to face Portsmouth.

    The south-coast side will be relatively happy with the start they have made to the League One season, sitting six points off the play-offs positions and due to last weekend’s postponement of their fixture with Rotherham United they have played a game less than most.

    This consequently means Pompey have had a week to prepare...
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