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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Three and Easy for Liverpool...

QPR 0-3 Liverpool

QPR ended a dreadful 2012 in the worst possible fashion, with a simply awful performance and a sound thrashing, with Liverpool running out very comfortable 3-0 winners - Luiz Suarez(2) and Daniel Agger were on target for the Reds.

I met up with what was a rather depleted gang before kick off - Sam, Luke, Lorna, PK and Corp were all in attendance, whilst Lee, Jess and Jenson were all over at Alexandra Palace for the Darts Semi Finals... and what a wise choice they made!!
Well, between us, myself and Lee sit here week after week, reviewing the game, giving our thoughts, ranting and moaning if we feel the need and also trying to stay positive. But seriously, after what I have witnessed today, I am going to put as much effort in as a big majority of our players did this evening... I just cannot be bothered. Not taking anything away from Liverpool though who did a decent job and took their chances, although I think they had one of the easiest games they will have all season...
Man of the Match - N/A -  but a mention for every QPR fan that was there today and stayed until the end. I left at 87 minutes but in truth, wanted to go at half time.

Queens Park Rangers

  • 33 Julio Cesar
  • 03 Traore
  • 06 Hill
  • 15 Onuoha
  • 17 Nelsen
  • 02 Diakite (Granero - 63' )
  • 10 Taarabt
  • 11 Wright-Phillips (Fabio - 80' Booked )
  • 40 M'bia Booked
  • 09 Cisse (Derry - 46' )
  • 12 Mackie


  • 01 Green
  • 05 Ferdinand
  • 20 Fabio
  • 04 Derry
  • 14 Granero
  • 32 Faurlin
  • 24 Hoillett
Personally and as I have stated earlier on the social networks, I would much rather watch Warnock's Rangers struggle to stay in the Premier League, but at least give their all, rather than sit and watch some of these overpaid mercenaries simply toss it all away and collect their inflated pay cheques each week.

In saying that though, I am glad we have Harry Redknapp. The transfer window is upon us and if there is anyone that can wheel and deal and get what we need for the fight ahead, it's Redknapp - and indeed, boot what we don't need firmly out of the door.

I will be back in a few days as we face the somewhat daunting trip to Stamford Bridge but in the meantime, I would like to wish every single one of you a Very Happy 2013!!! Let's hope it brings us all much more than the seven, yes, seven League wins than the whole of 2012 brought us!?!?

Keep the Faith and Come on You R'ssssssssss!!!


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