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  1. Game 2

    Been offline again for a few days so haven't had a chance to look at the bigger picture after our 1-1 draw against Plymouth. Still too early for any real stats but this is my take on what this match means.

    Firstly the positives - Helguson scores and we open our away count.

    As the debate for wanting a new striker continues we must remember that the ones we currently have still have to do a job. Whether we sign an Arsenal loanee or Jermaine Beckford we still need goals ...
  2. Bristol City Match Preview

    Tuesday 18th August 2009
    The Coca-Cola Championship
    Ashton Gate Stadium
    Kick-off: 19:45
    Referee: P N Gibbs
    Bristol City (6th) V Queens Park Rangers (16th)
    By The Godfather

    Despite dominating the majority of the ninety minutes, Queens Park Rangers supporters had to suffer the agony of seeing their side concede a last minute equaliser to Plymouth Argyle. Once again, poor finishing let the Rs down. The game should have been put well beyond the ...
  3. Plymouth Match Preview

    Saturday 15th August 2009
    Coca-Cola Championship
    Home Park Stadium
    Referee: R East
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Plymouth Argyle (13th) V Queens Park Rangers (14th)
    By The Godfather

    Queens Park Rangers travel to Home Park just days after thrashing Plymouth’s local rivals, Exeter City, by five goals to nil. Not only was it nice to see Routledge net a wonderful hat-trick, it was also pleasing to see new striker, Allesandro Pellicori, get his Rs career off ...
  4. MOM

    WATRB operates a MOM compitition after every match to give you the opportunity to vote for your man of the match.

    At the end of the year, the player with the most votes wins the WATRB player of the year. The 2008/09 season saw Kaspars Gorkks win.


    The rules are simple. You can only vote if you were at the match or listened to it on the radio. Dont vote ...
  5. Exeter City Match Preview

    Tuesday 11th August 2009
    The Carling Cup First Round
    St James Park
    Kick-off: 19:45
    Referee: S J Bratt
    Exeter City V Queens Park Rangers
    By The Godfather

    Tuesday night’s cup match against Exeter City presents a real challenge for Magilton’s team. We’ve enjoyed a measure of success in this competition in recent times, more so than in the FA Cup. That success came under Iain Dowie, who guided the Rs to a fourth round tie at Manchester United, ...