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Monday, May 04, 2009

QPR's Final Game - Reports, Managerial Comments and New Away Strip Unveiled

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- Gareth Ainsworth was left rueing a rare defensive error as QPR ended the season with a narrow 2-1 defeat at play-off bound Preston North End.
- The Lilywhites secured sixth position at the expense of Cardiff City with this win, but Ainsworth - who spent three years at Deepdale as a player - was focused on what could have been a very different result for the R's.
- A defensive mix-up between Kaspars Gorkss and Radek Cerny gave North End their opening goal, and Ainsworth told www.qpr.co.uk: "It was a rare mistake, and a disappointing goal to give away.

"Defensively we have been outstanding this season, and that's what gives me a great deal of confidence for what we can achieve next year.

"And once we get the likes of Akos Buzsaky and Martin Rowlands back, I don't think we're going to be too far away, I really don't.

"We played some fantastic football and I don't think anyone can question our commitment or our effort out there. We gave it everything, and once again I am so proud of all the lads.

"Patrick Agyemang and Rowan Vine have a great understanding, and that's the first time we've been able to play the pair of them together all season.

"Pat's goal came from their link-up play, and they can give us that something extra, which at times we have probably been missing this year.

"You are always going to miss players of their calibre."
- Ainsworth reserved special praise for the QPR supporters, who backed the R's from first whistle to last.
- "They were great, and at the end when the Preston fans ran onto the pitch in celebration, I looked at the R's fans and they were all applauding our efforts. I clocked that, and it meant a lot to me.
- "Next season I honestly believe we won't be too far away. " QPR


Preston boss Alan Irvine paid tribute to his players after they squeezed into the Coca-Cola Championship play-off places by the narrowest of margins with a 2-1 victory over QPR at Deepdale.

Jon Parkin gave the hosts a first-half lead after seizing on a weak back-pass from Kaspars Gorkss, but an equaliser from former Preston forward Patrick Agyemang looked to have secured a draw for the visitors.

However, Sean St Ledger's 74th-minute winner sealed three points for Irvine's men and saw them leapfrog Cardiff into sixth place - having scored just one goal more than the Welsh outfit.

"I'm obviously delighted," Irvine said. "It's a fantastic achievement by the lads.

"It's amazing to think how far we've come since this time last year, and it's also an amazing response to what was probably the lowest point I've had in my time here (a home defeat to Blackpool in April that looked to have ended their hopes of a top-six finish).

"I don't know how many times it's been done for a team to win their last four games in the Championship, but it won't have happened many times."

Preston now face Sheffield United in a two-legged play-off semi-final, and Irvine is away they face a tough test.

"We are in form, but so are Sheffield United. Their form since the turn of the year has been fantastic," he added.

"They will obviously be disappointed they haven't gone up automatically, but I don't think they will be too despondent, and they will feel they have got a great chance of going up through the play-offs.

"I'm expecting a very competitive game. They are a very powerful side, and you have to be prepared to match that, but they've got quality as well, and it's important we don't think it's all about long throws and set pieces.

"We'll need to play well to beat them, but if we play to our best, we can compete against anyone in the division. If we don't, and we are slightly off our game, then we will lose."

Irvine admitted he was not confident about his team's chances going into the final day.

The Lilywhites needed to rely on a slip-up from one of their rivals to claim a top-six berth, and were rewarded when Cardiff slumped to a surprising 1-0 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday.

"To be honest, I didn't think we would get in," the Preston boss admitted. "I thought Burnley would win and Cardiff would get the result they needed.

"I just wanted my team to focus on finishing the season on a high, and I thought if we won the game, we would have had a good season. We've now had a really good season, and it could become a great one."

Meanwhile, QPR caretaker-boss Gareth Ainsworth admitted he was proud of his players' performance.

Matt Connolly saw a header cleared off the line by Darren Carter in the dying seconds, and Ainsworth was delighted with his side's overall application.

"Make no bones about it, we wanted to come here and win the game and finish the season well," he said.

"I think attacking-wise it was probably one of our best displays. We played some really good stuff, and but for our final ball we could have scored a few more.

"We had one cleared off the line in the last minute, and that's testament to how we went right to the end.

"For once, it's been a defensive mistake (for Parkin's opener) that has let us down after we have been solid all season. It was a mix-up, and a bad goal to concede, but credit to Preston, they knew what they had to do and they did it.

"Fair play to my lads, I thought they gave it a real go, and if we can take that forward into next season, we'll definitely win a lot more points than we have this year." Sporting Life

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Match Review: Only In Britain
Posted on: Sun 03 May 2009

Alan Irvine felt that North End's stunning ascent to the Play-Offs came in a fashion that is unique to British culture.

Having seen QPR throwing everyone forward - including goalkeeper Radek Cerny - for a late flurry of set pieces in a game that didn't have any great impact on the overall destiny of their season, the North End boss explained that everyone inside Deepdale had witnessed a spectacle that makes our game special.

"I think finishes like that can only happen in this country," he explained. "I don't think the same would happen in Spain or Italy where a team with nothing to play for sends a goalkeeper up for corners or free-kicks in the last minutes of the game. It's what makes the game special in Britain - it's a terrific statement for football because everybody wants to win in this country.

"Cardiff can't say that QPR gave it away for them today, and we knew that would be the case - I've been saying that all week. We knew that they wouldn't be on their holidays, they wouldn't lie down, and they would be coming here to win because they're professional footballers, and that's the culture of this country.

"That's what you have to be ready for and I knew that Sheffield Wednesday would have to do the best they could to win against Cardiff; likewise Bristol City against Burnley."

A combination of two correct results sent North End into sixth and with it a Play-Off berth - just what all the effort was all about.

"It feels fantastic," said Irvine of his emotions. "Obviously, we're absolutely delighted, it's a great achievement from us, and the boys deserve enormous credit because their work rate all season from July 1st. They're getting their rewards.

"It was obviously very tense and nerve wracking on the touchline, and we had to defend extremely well from a couple of set plays just at the end of the game. Credit to the lads - they did the job that they're expected to do.

"There was a lot of tension early on, whereas they were totally relaxed. They've got good footballers and as a result of that they were able to play a lot of nice football. They gave us problems at the start of the game by getting players in between their lines and we needed to weather the storm to some extent.

"Having said that, on the other side we were giving them problems when we had the ball as well. At half-time I was trying to address a few things, as we always do, and unfortunately we didn't start the second half as well as I wanted to. We then responded fantastically - as we have done many times this season - to conceding a goal.

"The first goal came from pressure on their defence. We had allowed them to get started to easily on too many occasions, but on that particular occasion we were right, Jon managed to force the error, and his finish was fantastic from a tight angle.

"I was actually desparately hoping he would cut it back because Neil Mellor was free, but I was delighted when it went in."

Irvine then spoke of his feelings as the equalising goal went in, with former PNE man Patrick Agyemang living up to one of the key rules of the game by netting against his old side. The boss, though, said he expected nothing less from a quality player, explaining:

"I really like Patrick Agyemang. He's a good lad and a great professional. You should never forget the job he did here and the way he wanted to keep playing even though he knew there was a big move waiting in the January.

"He was the perfect professional and I've got so much respect for him for that. I knew that Pat would continue to be the perfect professional and that he would be trying to score against us.

"That's not because he would want to prove anything to Preston North End, but quite simply because he's a top class professional footballer."

After that leveller, PNE threw everything but the kitchen sink towards goal in a bid to snatch something from the game.

"We actually created some really good opportunities but everything went straight to the goalkeeper," said Irvine of a nervy period. "We just couldn't finish them and it was beginning to look as if it might not be.

"We knew that Jon Parkin had that [the ability to produce long throw-ins] in his locker - the only problem is that if he's throwing it, who's heading it in? It was different, obviously, because Chris Brown was on the pitch and we sent Sean St. Ledger up.

"It was something we knew about, yes, but I'd be lieing if I said it was something we've worked on. By that time Jon had taken the initiative - we talk about players taking the initiative many, many times, and fortunately he did. That paid off massively for us."

The boss claimed he also knew that things were going his side's way in every sense from the reaction coming from four excited sides of Deepdale.

"I guessed that, from what was happening in the crowd," he admitted. "From the response of the fans I could sense that things were going our way and it was fantastic to hear the noise in the stadium because that's something that I've not heard before.

"It was awesome standing there looking at the stadium - the way it was is something that I will remember forever. It was a fantastic feeling.

"It's always very difficult to criticise pitch invasions, isn't it? Everyone knows they shouldn't do it, but we spoke about Ross [Wallace] taking his shirt off last week, and that's just emotion.

"I think the fans deserved their day, and it was great that they'd gone off the pitch again for when we came back out because it would have been a shame if we hadn't had an opportunity to thank them for their support.

"We wanted to make it clear before the game that it wasn't a lap of honour - it was a lap of thanks, and it's important that people know the difference. Yes, we've got into the Play-Offs, but ultimately, that's not all we want to achieve. It's kind of success, but it's not the kind of success that we're looking for."

To achieve that success, PNE will have to first see off Sheffield United, and then potentially the victors of the Reading v Burnley clash in a Wembley final. Irvine concluded on a positive note:

"We know that when we're at our best we can compete with anybody in this division - we also know that Sheffield United are a very, very good side. They're a very powerful and effective side and we'll have to play really well to get past them.

"We'll look forward to it nonetheless. When you're in football, these are the games that you must look forward to - if you don't, then you're doing the wrong job. It's fantastic for us to be in this position - so far it's been a very, very good season; time will tell if it has been a great season." Preston Official Site

QPR Official Site
An incredibly spirited QPR went down 2-1 at Preston this afternoon as the hosts gate-crashed the play-offs at the expense of Cardiff City.

In a frantic match from start to finish, the hosts drew first blood through Jon Parkin just before the break, but ex-Lilywhite Patrick Agyemang drew matters level early in the second half with his second goal of the season.

As the game wore on, the hosts pushed for an oh-so-crucial second and it came with 16 minutes to spare from Sean St Ledger.

It proved to be the goal that put the Lilywhites in sixth spot, with Cardiff dropping to seventh position.

The R's visited a Preston side who held a firm belief from the off that they could make the play-offs this afternoon, although the hosts knew victory was a necessity if that top-six dream was to be realised.

Gareth Ainsworth's side lined-up in next season's all-new 'Dennis the Menace' away strip, with red and black hooped shirts, red socks, and red and black hooped socks.

Although with little to play for in terms of league positioning, with former Lilywhite Ainsworth at the helm, the home fans inside Deepdale knew their side wouldn't be granted any favours.

The R's lined up with Radek Cerny in goal, while with Damion Stewart unavailable (foot), Damien Delaney, Kaspars Gorkss, Matt Connolly and Peter Ramage made up the back four.

Mikele Leigertwood and Gavin Mahon were in the centre of park, with Hogan Ephraim on the left and Wayne Routledge on the right.

Rowan Vine was joined in attack by former Preston striker Patrick Agyemang.

On eight minutes it was the hosts who created the first chance of the game.

Paul McKenna's free-kick from the left found Billy Jones in acres of space at the far post, but his header was well blocked by the out-stretched leg of Leigertwood.

Considering the room he was afforded, Jones will have been disappointed not to have done better in a game of such magnitude for the hosts.

Surprisingly there were plenty of empty seats inside Deepdale, but the Preston supporters that were in attendance made plenty of noise in the opening stages in a bid to lift their team.

At the other end of pitch, Leigertwood was given room to move forward and, encouraged by the R's faithful behind the goal he was approaching, the QPR midfielder let fly with a stunning strike from 25 yards which flew inches wide of Andy Lonergan's far upright.

Seconds later, Routledge broke down the right before pulling the ball back into the path of Vine, but the latter was unable to make a good connection, and his effort was easily gathered by the relieved Preston keeper.

In a frantic opening, the hosts spread the ball from left to right on the edge of the R's box in the 14th minute before Chris Sedgwick rifled home with his left foot. The Preston fans were delirious - until they saw the linesman's flag, which rightly ruled the effort out!

Last season Agyemang and Vine seemed to have a telepathic understanding, and that was evident once again this afternoon in what, incredibly, was their first appearance together this season. You can't help but wonder what might have been had this pairing been available throughout the campaign.

On 32 minutes, Simon Whaley saw his deflected effort from 20 yards loop over Cerny in the R's goal but, thankfully for the visitors, it also cleared the bar.

QPR's approach to the match certainly didn't suggest it was an end-of-season fixture of limited importance; their commitment, effort and work-rate was more than equal to that of their play-off chasing opponents.

And they managed to pin Preston in their own half for periods, much to the frustration of the home fans.

But on 37 minutes Jon Parkin gave the Deepdale masses the goal they craved after a terrible mix-up between Cerny and Gorkss.

The R's stopper took a quick goal kick to the Latvian but, under pressure, the R's centre back played it back to his keeper but it was underhit, and Parkin was able to intercept before slamming home from the tightest of angles.

Gorkss - who has had an outstanding first season with QPR - was left with his head in his hands on the turf as the Lilywhite celebrated.

The noise levels around Deepdale were lifted, and the R's were forced to hang on as Alan irvine's men went in search of a second.

Sean St Ledger saw his effort fly over while Whaley looked certain to score after a goalmouth scramble in the six-yard box presented him with a fantastic opportunity, but his poor shot dribbled into the path of Cerny.

The hosts went in 1-0 up at the break, but with Burnley 2-0 to the good at home to Bristol City, Preston's focus at this stage of the afternoon was on Cardiff, who were drawing 0-0 at Sheffield Wednesday.

As things stood, the Lilywhites would miss out on the play-offs by a solitary point.

Meanwhile, Ainsworth's focus would have been on lifting his troops after finding themselves undeservedly behind following a spirited display in the first half.

And the R's so nearly levelled two minutes after the re-start. Ephraim's trickery down the left caused mayhem in the Preston backline, before the former West Ham man slid in Agyemang.

Preston waited for an offside flag that never arrived and, with time to pick his spot, former Lilywhite Agyemang's shot was blocked and cleared for a corner.

Moments later Ephraim himself blazed over, and it was evident the R's were determined to get themselves back into this match and end the season positively.

And on 56 minutes they did precisely that. The Vine/Agyemang combination was once again in evidence as the former slid through for the latter, and Agyemang slammed home from 14 yards to haunt his former Club.

Preston, to their credit, came straight back at the R's, and the visitors were grateful to Cerny for clawing the ball to safety to deny St Ledger.

QPR had to deal with a flurry of corners as the hosts desperately bid to restore their lead. The pairing of Mahon and Leigertwood were instrumental as they did their bit to offer protection to the back four.

This included Leigertwood taking a ball to the face from close range by Sedgwick. Typically, Leigertwood wiped his brow and got on with the match, despite a collective groan from the crowd who clearly felt his pain.

Suddenly a roar went round the stadium - and it didn't take a genius to work out why. The Owls had taken the lead against Cardiff. A goal now would lift Preston into the top six.

But the R's had no intention of lying down.

The noise around Deepdale was deafening as the hosts won a freekick on the edge of the QPR box. Paul McKenna stepped up, but his low drive cannoned off the wall and went wide.

The R's had more than matched their opponents, but now were coming under expected pressure. Cerny and Co. held firm, to the clear frustration of the Lilywhites.

But on 74 minutes, St Ledger headed a crucial goal for Preston. A long throw-in from the right by Parkin was flicked beyond the reach of Cerny, and St Ledger was there to head home, despite Connolly's desperate attempt to clear from under the bar.

As things stood, Preston were taking sixth place from Cardiff.

With Rangers under increased pressure, Angelo Balanta was brought on for Mahon on 82 minutes in a bid by Ainsworth to force the hosts back.

And it seemed to work as the Colombian immediately won a corner, although the R's were unable to capitalise.

Late on, Connolly's header was cleared off the line to deny a late, late leveller for a determined QPR side.

At the final whistle, the home fans invaded the pitch in celebration, while Rangers' supporters rightly applauded the R's players for a fantastic effort.

PRESTON: Lonergan, Mawene, Sedgwick, Carter, St Ledger, Whaley (Nicholson, 79), McKenna, Jones, Parkin (Elliott, 86), Nolan, Mellor (Brown, 61).
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Subs Not Used: Chilvers, Neal

Goals: Parkin (37), St Ledger (74)

Bookings: Jones (19), St Ledger (29),

QPR: Cerny, Mahon (Balanta, 82), Delaney, Vine, Gorkss, Leigertwood, Connolly, Routledge, Ramage, Agyemang (German, 75), Ephraim. Subs Not Used: Hall, Cole, Alberti
Bookings: Leigertwood( 32), Connolly (89)
Goals: Agyemang (57)
Referee: Mr M Oliver
Attendance: 18,264 QPR

Preston Official Site

Preston North End's season continues beyond the norm after a dramatic final day of football at Deepdale.

Alan Irvine's men knew that nothing short of a win would do, they delivered their side of the bargain with a thrilling 2-1 victory over QPR but they were still reliant on Bristol City or Sheffield Wednesday to do them a favour elsewhere.

Burnley were home and dry thanks to a brace of goals from Graham Alexander in an emphatic 4-0 victory over Gary Johnson's Robins, but the Lilywhites were made to sweat on the result at Hillsborough, before Jermaine Johnson broke Bluebirds hearts with a volley that sent reverbarations all the way back to Deepdale. Three minutes later Sean St. Ledger nodded home from an amazing Jon Parkin throw-in to send Deepdale into raptures.

At one stage though it looked like the footballing gods were conspiring against North End. Jon Parkin had opened the scoring when he squeezed home from the tightest of angles on 37 minutes to put the home side ahead. But the script took one of those strange quirky turns when former PNE striker Patrick Agyemang levelled matters when he slotted past Andy Lonergan on 74 minutes.

It was real nailbiting stuff, North End were throwing everything but the kitchen sink at the visitors but the ball seemed to stick to Radek Cerny's chest at every occasion. But the news that Cardiff were losing slowly filtered through to the Deepdale faithful and the atmosphere became super-charged. Parkin launched a gigantic throw into the box, Chris Brown flicked a header on and Sean St. Ledger rose like the proverbial salmon to nod into the roof of the net.

The afternoon started in celebratory mood with more than 70 former players stepping out onto the pitch to celebrate 4500 league games.

The Lilywhites started the game brightly, a well worked free-kick from Paul McKenna on seven minutes, sending the ball into space at the back post where Billy Jones arrived unmarked to plant a header towards goal. Leigertwood did well to block it away for a corner.

Mikele Leigertwood sent an early warning to North End's hopes on 11 minutes, picking the ball up 25-yards out and zipping a shot that was inches wide of the left-hand top corner.

One minute on and QPR were at it again, Hogan Ephraim producing trickery on the left cutting it back for Rowan Vine but the former Luton striker's shot was scuffed into Lonergan's arms.

North End had the ball in the back of the net on 13 minutes, Sedgwick sidefooting Neil Mellor's pass into the far corner, but the linesman's flag was up plenty early in the move and the Deepdale roar was soon calmed down.

Sean St. Ledger was unfortunate to see the ball bobble in front of him when it looked as though he had a simple sidefooter home. Mellor doing well to provide the cross low down.

With ten minutes of the first half left to play Neil Mellor tried a cheeky effort from out wide when he clipped a shot from the apex of the box when most expected a cross. Cerny scrambled across but the shot flew just wide.

Preston's persistence was finally rewarded on 38 minutes when Parkin sent the Deepdale faithful ballistic with a goal from the tightest of angles. The big striker pounced on a poor back pass and saw his first shot saved by Cerny before nudging the ball past the keeper and squeezing the shot home.

North End could have been further ahead just two minutes before the break when the impressive Sedgwick cut down the left flank and squared the ball to Whaley, but his fellow wingman could get no power on the ball and Cerny saved well.

The first half action gave everyone concerned an opportunity to grab their breath and also to check out the crucial scorelines elsewhere. It was mixed news with Burnley surging clear 2-0 in front but Cardiff being held 0-0 in South Yorkshire.

PNE started brightly in the second half and had a couple of decent half chances with both Darren Carter and Billy Jones going close, but it was a former Preston man Patrick Agyemang who provided a heartstopping moment when he slipped inside the box and drilled a shot towards goal, Lonergan did well to save with his feet.

QPR threatened again on 50 minutes when Hogan Ephraim drifted in from the left and chipped a curling shot towards goal, it was a decent effort and one which looked for a second as though it might find the top corner.

Seven minutes later and Patrick Agyemang provided what looked like being a fatal blow to North End's hopes. Rowan Vine was given too much space in the final third and he found Agyemang in space inside the box, quick feet from Pat and despite the close attentions of Mawene he'd slotted it home to make it 1-1.

Preston almost bounced straight back, two minutes after the goal and Radek Cerny's clearance was sliced straight into the path of Mellor. The PNE striker wasted no time and sent a volley angling towards goal, it cruelly found the sidenetting.

Chris Brown was on as a 61st minute substitute for the Lilywhites and he provided plenty of extra impetus, sending Simon Whaley clear on goal, but the North End midfielder was forced wide by the close attentions of Ephraim and Gorks.

After his goalscoring heroics last week, Paul McKenna almost grabbed another stunner when a clearance fell into the midfielder's path on the volley and the skipper's sweetly hit shot just angled the wrong side of Cerny's goal.

It was on 67 minutes that the news of Sheffield Wednesday's goal at Hillsborough sent a wave of roars around the ground. It was a surreal atmosphere and Preston had a free-kick in a dangerous position as the noise reached amazing levels. McKenna smacked the free-kick into the wall and it bounced agonisingly wide for a corner.

With little over a quarter of an hour left, Sean St. Ledger wrote his name into Preston North End folklore with one his simplest of goals. The big shock was the source, Jon Parkin launching a monumental throw-in deep into the box, Chris Brown flicked the ball on and St. Ledger powered home an unstoppable header.

The noise levels raised a few notches, but so did the tension levels and that pressure wasn't helped any by PNE squandering a number of half chances.

Eleven minutes from time and Brown surged down the left before squaring a ball into the path of Parkin, The Beast just couldn't get any of his considerable frame behind the ball. Substitute Barry Nicholson fired straight at Cerny from the edge of the box and the four minutes from time Parkin turned provider for Brown, but again the striker could get no power on the ball and Cerny saved comfortably.

With all ears on transistor radios awaiting news of the Cardiff result it was real heartstopping stuff. QPR had absolutely nothing to play for yet they were finishing the game as if they were 2-1 down in the final of the European Cup. Surging forward again and again.

Cardiff's result and defeat came through just as North End conceded a free-kick 30-yards out. Amazingly QPR sent Radek Cerny up for the free-kick and it was action stations for every Preston North End player. Sean St. Ledger cleared after an almighty scramble but it only went away for a corner.

Cerny remained up as an emergency striker, the ball was swung in and Matthew Connolly nodded towards goal, the ball took a deflection which took the ball away from Lonergan, it was a moment in slow motion, but Darren Carter was the right man in the right position to clear the ball away.

Carter's matchwinning clearance was the last act of a truly amazing game. The final whistle was blown and there were scenes of true jubilation as the Deepdale faithful invaded the pitch. North End had done it, against all odds, scenes of pure joy. Bring on Sheffield United! Preston Official Site

Posted on: Sun 03 May 2009

QPR will be wearing next season's new away strip when they face Preston North End this afternoon in their final match of the 2008/9 campaign.

Back by popular demand, the 'Dennis the Menace' kit is available to pre-order online from 11th May at http://www.shop.qpr.co.uk and it's sure to be a big hit with the R's faithful.

Deputy Managing Director Ali Russell said of the strip, which includes red shorts with red and black hooped socks: "We know from speaking to a number of fans' groups that the red and black away kit is considered to be one of the most popular.

"That made it very easy for us to bring it back.

"Lotto have once again been fantastic. Their design is spot-on, and I am sure the supporters will be pleased with it.

"We all want next season to be a big one for this Football Club, and we hope this kit proves to be a successful one on our travels.

Club Captain Martin Rowlands said: "I have always preferred this away strip. QPR is all about the hoops, so it's great that we have that back in the away design.

"As always, a nice kit is important, and the lads are all really happy with this one.

"It's now up to us to make sure it's not only a kit to be proud of, it's a kit that is successful for QPR.

"As players, we know how important next season is, and we are determined to build on the steady progress of this campaign."

The 2009/10 away shirt is expected to be available in our Club SuperStore by the end of June, priced £39.99. To make sure you have yours a week before it's on general sale, pre-order through http://www.shop.qpr.co.uk


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