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Saturday, December 15, 2007

Snippets:"Most Fouls Committed...QPR"... Francesco Coco to QPR?...Ainsworth Praises Camp...Blackstock's Burnley Perspective

Couple of QPR Stats This season (From Football League's League Leaders)
"Team with the most fouls committed...QPR (304) (Stoke lead with "most yellow cards" 44)
QPR along with Crystal Palace have used the most players this season (29). [Least number of players used: Several clubs have used 21 players) Football League

December 15 - Coco Accordo sfumato con il Qpr Sab 15 Dic, 10:19 AM
Francesco Coco non giocerà nel Qpr di Briatore. L'ex esterno interista è rientrato in Italia. Valuterà le offerte di Salisburgo, Psg, Brescia e Bologna (Gazzetta dello Sport) Report

Web Translation Coco nuanced agreement with the Qpr
"Francesco Coco not giocerà in Qpr of Briatore. L'ex esterno interista è rientrato in Italia . Former external Inter became part of Italy. Psg, Brescia e Bologna Assess bids Salzburg, Psg, Brescia and Bologna Translation

Earlier Today - Report re Francesco Coco and QPR
December 14 - Coco: Vola in Inghilterra e si allena con il QPR
Ven 14 Dic, 09:01 AM -Il terzino sinistro ex Milan e Inter, Francesco Coco è volato in Inghilterra per allenarsi con il QPR di Briatore e De Canio, in attesa di capire se sarà tesserato a gennaio. Report

Web Translation -Coco: Fly in England and has been training with QPR , 14 December - The left wing and former Inter Milan, Francesco Coco has flown to England to train with the QPR of Briatore and De Canio, waiting to see if tesserato in January. REport

TEAMTALK - Gareth Ainsworth on Lee Camp
"...I said that Campy would be one of the bargains of the season, and he'll pay dividends for us big-time. He's a fantastic goalkeeper," said Ainsworth. Teamtalk

DEXTER BLACKSTOCK/ICONS Bringing the good times back to Loftus Road
It was a great result to go to Burnley and win 2-0 and we all feel that this could be the start of something really good for the club. We've been looking like we would go and put in a really good performance on the road and now it has come.

For me it's all been a bit frustrating with injury and suspension and it felt good to get back on the pitch against Burnley, feeling fit and strong. The lads were in control when I came on in the 75th minute after Damion Stewart had scored, but it was nice to get that second goal from Rowan Vine go in right at the end.

Burnley's not the easiest place to go and get a result so we have to be really proud of what we did. It was tough as well because this was the game that was re-arranged from August after the death of our team-mate Ray Jones. We wanted to dedicate the match to Ray and so it was really nice to play well and get the win.

Ray's death had a big impact on everybody at the club and we won't forget him, but moments like this are extra special and I'm glad we were able to honour his memory in the right way.

After we scored they put us under a lot of pressure and it was pleasing to see how we withstood it. We kept strong and showed that we can be tough when we need to. We know we've been too inconsistent and leaked late goals too often. But they are things we can work on and there are greater things ahead for QPR.

We have a lot of games coming up and I think there are something like 11 matches in 37 days, which is crazy. But this is the time when seasons can be won and lost and relegation issues decided. Teams can get cut adrift at the bottom, but it isn't going to happen to us. We are going into it feeling confident and playing well, so it's come around at the right time.

There isn't time to train in periods like this. It's just a matter of playing and recovering, but that's fine as we'd all really chose playing over training anyway. We've two home games coming up, starting with Wolves at the weekend and if we can win those it will be an excellent way to start the Christmas programme.

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