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Saturday, February 17, 2007

FA Cup Day Off Part 2(cont.)

I realise that Rangers need to sort out their own form rather than rely on other results - but I must just say, that despite not playing, this weekend's results have been pretty damn good to us...

Sunderland 4-0 Southend
Southampton 5-2 Barnsley
Cardiff 1-0 Leeds
Stoke 0-0 Luton

All in a weekend that also saw Loan Rangers - Kevin Gallen(Plymouth), Tommy Doherty(Wycombe) and Nick Ward(Brighton) all hit the target for their clubs.


  • At 7:37 pm, Blogger Rodneeee said…

    Perhaps we should NOT play more often huh Lofty ! Lets just hope we get something at Leeds on Tuesday night, perhaps we should only pay them with nine men ?
    Onward & Upward
    Come on you R's !

  • At 7:50 pm, Blogger LOFTY said…

    HAHAHA, yes indeed Rodneeee

    After previous 'six pointers', I have a bad feeling about Tuesday. BUT, when Rangers are concerned, I love being proved wrong...

    here's hoping!!

  • At 9:05 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Ya dude things didn't go to badly, we will stuggle on Tuesday but relegation will not be decided on Tuesday, we have to win our home games


  • At 9:07 am, Blogger LOFTY said…

    Cheers Al and I agree

    The home form is crucial and has NOT been been great this year - however, a lot of the top teams are coming to the Bush and that often brings the best out of Rangers....


  • At 6:36 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Lofty, continuing the madness theme.....did you see the Daily Mail article which suggested that Paladini was talking to Iain Dowie about coming to Loftus Road. The implication from the article was that he might have been invited to come in as manager! The article goes on to say he will be going to Coventry, as their manager.

    South Coast Ranger

  • At 8:29 pm, Blogger LOFTY said…

    Thanks SCR

    yeah I did see that, mad eh? Still, this is QPR we are talking about so anything can happen hahahaha!! ;o)

  • At 4:01 pm, Anonymous South Coast Ranger said…

    And now today's paper suggests Paladini is talking to Joe Kinnear aged 60, who will be appointed if we lose at Leeds. The QPR website denies all this, as Gregory gets a vote of confidence. I just hope this is right as the speculation is exceptionally unhelpful right now.
    South Coast Ranger (again)
    PS I shall actually be up for a match on Saturday!!


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