5 responses

  1. Brisvegas
    September 14, 2011

    Excellent. I love these analyses.

  2. Peno
    September 14, 2011

    Good analysis (better than shearer on motd!!).

    I thought we (QPR) were unlucky and on another day or with a quality striker, we win 2-0. Still, it was a promising start to the Tony fernandes era. See you just above the bottom 3 with us come may.

  3. geoff777
    September 14, 2011

    Really good report.
    Excellent graphics to illustrate key points.
    Spot on analysis.

  4. AndyMac
    September 14, 2011

    “That extra midfield player that they had allowed them to control the game, I tried to stay with that system, but really it was only my confidence in the back four and the goalkeeper that allowed me to do that. I’m not disappointed we didn’t get more, because we didn’t deserve anymore. We went with two strikers today and in hindsight with the exuberance and players they’ve now brought in, perhaps I should have helped out central midfield a little”

    I’m sorry I’ve said all there is to say about the Clueless One. Now I’ll just say nowt and wait for him to put both feet in his mouth at the same time :(

  5. BeeGuy
    September 14, 2011

    If any of you have the connection to Alan Pardue, you might want to bring to his attention that the QPR playing surface is reported to be 6 yards longer and 3 yards wider than St. Jame’s Park. Had he been aware of the true dimensions rather than the commonly held belief that QPR is a small pitch, he might have altered his team selection.

    It would be a good thing if AP did a full review of opponent pitch sizes so he can maximize his tactics. After all, he needs to behave like a military field general and always know the lay of the land when going into battle.

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