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  • #16
    Originally posted by stanistheman View Post
    His effort was blocked and diverted to Krancjar.

    Other than that he had no service or support until Zamora came on and even then their was a lack of crosses into the box.
    I know mate, posted above after I seen it on football first

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Jimmy Rabbit View Post
      Every fan with one eye at minimum could tell you Austin on his own is a pointless exercise but Harry thinks otherwise.
      The daft thing is, Harry said pretty much the same thing in an interview a while back.
      Supporting QPR isn't just about a football team. It's about roots and identity.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by QPR Richard View Post
        The daft thing is, Harry said pretty much the same thing in an interview a while back.
        So why does he play him up top on his own then? Why hasn't he given Zarate a run up there with him? Zamora clearly ain't the answer, everyone looks at him through rose tinted glasses cos of Wembley but the truth is the guy is a long way off being good enough for the Prem these days!

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        • #19
          He hasn't been the force he was earlier now that everyone plays us against the long ball when bobby is out there

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Tarbie View Post
            So why does he play him up top on his own then? Why hasn't he given Zarate a run up there with him? Zamora clearly ain't the answer, everyone looks at him through rose tinted glasses cos of Wembley but the truth is the guy is a long way off being good enough for the Prem these days!
            Good questions, which Harry must answer.
            Supporting QPR isn't just about a football team. It's about roots and identity.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Mattyqpr View Post
              From the away end it looked like he missed a sitter for our goal, sliced it to Niko. Thought he done ok first half on his own but he's never a lone striker. Thought he was very quiet second half.
              His shot was blocked ?
              You should never underestimate the predictability of stupidity.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by THE CAT View Post
                To me Austin looked completely fed up with what was going on today, and was looking more and more frustrated.

                To me he didn't look very interested and I just hope he hasn't given up on us cos if he has then we are absolutely farked.
                This is the most worrying point. If lack of the support continues he will get more frustrated and lose interest even more.
                QPR fan since1987

                @yousef_qpr

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                • #23
                  Wonder if the interest in Austin will start to dwindle with his recent lack of goals?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Tarbie View Post
                    So why does he play him up top on his own then? Why hasn't he given Zarate a run up there with him? Zamora clearly ain't the answer, everyone looks at him through rose tinted glasses cos of Wembley but the truth is the guy is a long way off being good enough for the Prem these days!
                    this question should be asked at his press conferences, see what b ollocks he comes out with!

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                    • #25
                      He hasn't done much away from home all season, all his best work as been in the home games.

                      As stupid as this sounds he isn't a striker with many talents apart from goal scoring. He doesn't run the channels to give us an out ball, isn't very good at holding the ball up, doesn't have a strike partner to lay the ball of to and link up with. Unless we have players on the pitch creating chances for him then he will look quiet.

                      Give him a chance and something to attack and he is in his element and will get goals.

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                      • #26
                        Recent lack of goals..he hasn't scored for TWO games and in those 2 games he has hit the wood work ...Jeez there are some real drama Queens on here!

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