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  1. Preston Match Preview

    Saturday 27th March 2010
    The Coca Cola Championship
    Deepdale Stadium
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Referee: A Haines
    Preston North End (15th) V Queens Park Rangers (17th)
    By The Godfather


    Throughout the campaign, it has been clear that Queens Park Rangers have been in desperate need of two quality full-backs, who can actually provide some sort of an attacking threat. I was therefore delighted to see Neil Warnock bring in Dusko Tosic on loan from Portsmouth ...
  2. Derby Match Report

    Tuesday 23rd March 2010
    The Coca Cola Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Referee: Mr Wright
    Attendance: 12,569
    Queens Park Rangers 1-1 Derby County
    By The Godfather


    Queens Park Rangers starting line-up: Ikeme, Ramage, Stewart, Leigertwood, Vine, Gorkss, Connolly, Cook, Faurlin, Simpson, Taraabt.

    Derby County starting line-up: Bywater, McEverley, Green, Savage, Barker, Pearson, Tonge, Hunt, Anderson, Sunu.


    Well, ...
  3. Who will lead Ivory Coast to South Africa ?

    It seems a very confused situation when it comes to who is going to be manager of Ivory Coast at the World Cup this summer. A few weeks ago it seemed Guus Hiddink was going to take the role, and now it seems it could be down the Sven Goran Eriksson or Bernd Schuster. Whoever takes the role faces a daunting task as they are in a group with World Cup betting favourites Brazil, the ever-dangerous Portugal and also Ivory Coast. Neither manages really have much recent international experience and they ...
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  4. Derby County Preview

    Tuesday 23rd March 2010
    The Coca Cola Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Kick-off: 20:00
    Referee: M P Russell
    Queens Park Rangers (17th) V Derby County (18th)
    By The Godfather


    After deservedly grinding out a point against promotion contenders, Swansea City, on Saturday, Queens Park Rangers face Derby County in what is arguably a must-win fixture. Like the Rs, the Rams have struggled for much of this season, and desperately need to pick up a ...
  5. The Grand National

    After the glitz, glamour and hype that was the Cheltenham Festival last week my eyes are now focussed on the Grand National in April.

    I am always a huge fan of the Aintree race and this will be the 7th year in succession I will be in attendance at the racecourse to see the biggest horserace of 2010. Last year Mon Mome won the big race and he is well fancied in the Grand National odds again and you can see why.

    He looked good finishing in third place behind Imperial ...
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