So after a dismal display away last week I am hoping to see better things from QPR this week-end. (OK I won't be able to see anything here in the states but will hopefully catch some live commentary somewhere on the net).
My prediction abilities totally suck but I'm gonna stick my neck out and say 2-1 to QPR. If it all goes wrong then I'll simply upload another Bush Babe to the web-site
Saturday 28th November 2009
The Coca Cola Championship
Loftus Road Stadium
Referee: M Jones
Queens Park Rangers (6th) V Coventry City (18th)
By The Godfather
Last Saturday, I travelled up to Doncaster expecting to enjoy another excellent away performance from the Super Hoops. Unfortunately, what I saw was a QPR performance devoid of creativity and skill, struggling to cope with the absence of Gavin Mahon in the heart of midfield.
WATRB MOM Table 2009/2010 as of November 28th
This year’s championship is looking so competitive that it is frankly unbelievable, but QPR are placed in a prime position currently.
While many people expected last year’s relegated Premier League teams of West Brom, Newcastle and Middlesbrough to be flying high in the table (2 out of 3 aint bad), there a few teams surprising a lot of people.
I think we have raised a few eyebrows so far with our results and also our attacking threat, a sign of which is the fact we
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