Match Day Thread QPR vs Hull City

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  1. West WindsR

    West WindsR Well-Known Member

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    We don’t tend to get many points playing **** football either. It’s gut-wrenching especially after the last few games to lose to such a poor side again like this but in perspective we’re 11 points ahead of the relegation zone.

    Eventually the results have to catch up with the performances. Any team will have lucky/unlucky runs. Ours is more galling this time than most.
     
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  2. Frome-Ranger

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    Problem is when we go on a terrible run it invariably starts with us playing well enough like now and losing against the run of play but then heads drop and we start playing badly as well. Viscious circle of ****.
     
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    All the bottom sides did badly so no major harm but that's a crap result today...
     
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  4. igor60

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    Horrible match. Horrible defending. Horrible goalkeeping. Horrible passing (on the second half). Horrible shooting accuracy. What is more to say....:emoticon-0107-sweat:embarrassed:<doh>
     
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  5. GoldhawkRoad

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    Doesn't do much for confidence to have Buttergloves behind you in goal
     
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  6. West WindsR

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    Doesn’t explain how deep they set up for the free kick. Poor from Leistner to not have them up higher.
     
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  7. Steelmonkey

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    Buttergloves <laugh><laugh><laugh>
     
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  8. mcytiger

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    We concede at least 2 every game. Until we stop that we will continue to go down the table. At least earlier we were scoring for fun but now the goals have dried up.
     
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  9. igor60

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    Hull just wait and wait and wait for our mistakes to take the ponts with them in the end......they defended and defended and didnt made the horrible mistakes, what we did. Right team did take the points...
     
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  10. Flanman

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    Sounds like the ref had a good game I. E. Not horrible :emoticon-0119-puke:
     
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  11. Uber_Hoop

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    It’s tiring stuff being an Rs fan, isn’t it?

    It doesn’t seem to matter who’s managing or coaching, or who’s on the playing staff. How many seasons have we seen the team show some promise and then just simply implode? This run of awful form is something we’ve seen time & time again. I’m frankly fed up with it. I really feel for those that turn up week in, week out to suffer this disappointment.

    The answer, of course, is not to change out the manager, but to back him in January. This is Warbles’ team, his mess, so he needs to get it sorted.

    Every team up against QPR this season must fancy their chances. Goals are conceded without so little fight. Soft goals. Silly goals. Careless goals.

    In a perfect world, come January I’d be looking to recruit a few old lags, proper leaders. For example, there must be a one or two goalies knocking about with a few years experience that can properly martial a defence?

    What we have is pretty poor.

    After initial promise I don’t much rate Wells or Hughil.
     
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  12. KentGaz

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    How many decent championship defenders does £12-15m get?
     
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  13. Ninj

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    we could also do with an experienced midfielder to direct things along with a defender or two. If only Shaun Derry and Clint were 25 years old....
    Charlie Adam (Reading) would have been a decent player to have brought in at the start of the year.
    Hopefully MW is given some money to spend......
     
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  14. Tramore Ranger

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    Do you honestly think Warbles will see anywhere near that amount of money if and when Eze is sold? He'll be lucky to see £2m...
     
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  15. Tramore Ranger

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    We'd be better to try and get smithies on loan......the back 4 have on the whole been ok lately.....

    No one can legislate for lumleys cock up for the first or Hugill (?) Not tracking the run for the 2nd.....
     
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  16. Rangers Til I Die

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    Another one to forget and quickly.

    Hull switched ends. Hasn't happened for ages but I always hate it when it.does happen.

    First half was ours in just about every way. We out passed, out possessed and nearly out scored them but for a Lumley spills that was picked home. Chair took his goal beautifully and the combination of Chair, Eze and BOS was serving up free flowing and entertaining football.

    At HT my friend was confident of a QPR win. What did they do at HT? Completely off the pace and lost the pzazz of the first half. Hull woke up to this and stoped their time wasting and started to play instead sensing that they might nick it. I'm told the ball went thru Lumley's hands and unclear if their man was offside or not.

    Yet anothe4 game that was winnable and should have been . Over by HT.

    Warburton needs to work some magic and do it soon. The fans are getting restless! However, to the fella in PU who had a rant at Lumley which he heard, how is that supposed to help?

    We were entertaining in the first half and playing with flare. However, as we all know, it's points rhat count and we need to accrue some rather rapidly. COYRss!
     
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  17. Sooperhoop

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    The sooner they make a decision the better, this speculation is unsettling and we've hit the buffers in the last four games. There's no way they'll spend all we get so perhaps £4-5 million would would bring in two experienced defenders who can actually defend. Hopefully the deal would include us getting Freeman back even if on loan. If we don't sort the defence out we'll be in a relegation battle yet again...
     
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  18. QPR Oslo

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    That's what people were saying last January. We are sh*te in both boxes, and our best player Eze has been off his best for weeks. We should swap Wells for someone who plays in the box in January - I'm sick of watching him wander around everywhere else.
     
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  19. Frome-Ranger

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    Been thinking the last couple of seasons Charlie Adam would be a decent signing for us and watching him pulling the strings the other night hasn't changed that. We still lack leaders, something we haven't had since Clint Hill and Shaun Derry left.
     
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  20. Ninj

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    Aiden McGeady not wanted by Sunderland. 33 years old but could be the old head to help the youngsters.....
    Thoughts
     
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