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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

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Jonny Weeks/Kilburn Times - 'Buy me' Buzsaky urges Rs owners
Akos Buzsaky is supremely confident he will become a Rangers player for good in January after impressing on his loan stint from Plymouth - and he's not the only one eyeing a move to Loftus Road.
The Hungarian midfielder, who scored three goals in his first eight games since his loan spell began at the start of November, believes the Hoops' affluent owners like him enough to open their cheque books.
"I'm really enjoying my time here, it was a good move for me and I'm looking forward to continuing my relationship with the club," he said after scoring twice at Scunthorpe last weekend.
"I really think I will be moving to QPR in January and I believe the club is really moving forward.
"The two owners are successful men and they won't be wanting to throw money out of the window when they bought this club, so it's all about moving forward."
But the transfer priorities of Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone seem to lie elsewhere, as they are lining up a bid for out-of-favour Sunderland striker Daryl Murphy. The Irishman bagged ten-goals for the Black Cats last season, though boss Roy Keane has denied suggestions he is willing to let his countryman leave.
"Nothing has been agreed with anybody yet," Keane said. "Obviously we are at that stage where we are making inquiries about players, and other clubs are making inquiries of us, but we certainly haven't agreed a deal with QPR at this stage."
Whether Murphy would swap the Premier League for the lower reaches of the Championship is still uncertain, but for Buzsaky, leaving the Pilgrims who are on the verge of the Championship play-off places to be a part of a relegation battle with Rangers would be an easy decision.
"At the moment, the club is at the bottom, but that doesn't mean anything at all," he said, with determination.
"We are always being positive about the next game. Every single game in this division is tough and you prepare the same way.
"But I'm really enjoying it here and this club will not be relegated."
Buzsaky, who played 13 times for Plymouth this season before being loaned to QPR, says responsibility for mending the Rs' faults lies with new boss Luigi de Canio.
And the 25-year-old believes tinkering with the squad is vital if the club is to battle its way out of trouble.
"I think [the problem that needs solving] is a technical part, which is up to the manager, and what kind of players you get on the pitch," he said.

"We have some good players, we have some quality players and we just need to get our confidence back and then the results will change."...Kilburn Times

We've jumped off the bottom of the table with a fantastic result at Burnley.
I was saying before the match how we needed to start killing games off and we certainly did that at Turf Moor. It's given us all such a lift and plenty of belief that we can climb out of the relegation spots.
Although we were happy to get a draw at Scunthorpe last weekend, when you look at it, we were ahead twice and could have taken three points there too.
The fans might have felt a bit frustrated at the end, especially as we leaked from set-plays again, but that game was a sign we were heading in the right direction.
I think as a team we tend to do better against the top sides, but the lower teams seem to turn us over. Sometimes we can get outdone on the physical side. But you need to come away with cuts and bruises to beat the lesser teams.
A scrappy victory can be more satisfying than winning 5-0 - it's not about how we win, but simply about winning.
Not that anybody has been panicking about our position in the league. Far from it.
You can't start hitting the panic button when there's still so much to play for. We just have to remain calm and know that by the end of the season the best teams will stay up.
Of course, the trip to Burnley brought back memories of Ray Jones for all of the players, as this was the game that was cancelled when we heard of Ray's untimely death. It was a sad night but a result he would have been proud of.
We now have a run of really tough matches coming up and we need to get more good results. Wolves this weekend will be a challenge because they like to get the ball down and play, and are in the play-off places.
But they are vulnerable at the back, as their 3-2 defeat to Burnley showed last weekend.
With the January transfer window approaching there has been a fair amount of speculation as to who will arrive, so it can be an unsettling period. But competition is healthy and it spurs all of the lads on to train harder and play better.
We know we've got a fight on our hands in this division, but hopefully whoever comes in will lift us and help us to stay up. Kilburn Times

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