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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

QPR Football Snippets Tuesday...Bristol City Previews...QPR's Last Championship Away Win

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- Football Fans Forced Into Debt as Cost of Supporting Team Increases

- Championship Team of the Week

- Norwich Appoint a New Manager

- QPR at Bristol City tonight. QPR going for their League win of the season; and
their first away win in the Championship since January.

- Recalling QPR's Last Away Win in the Championship

- Bristol City vs QPR...and Bristol City Chairman Takes on Palace - Notes Unpaid Palace Payment

Bristol City Official Site - WE'LL BE FOCUSED ON QPR - GARY
- Gary Johnson insists players will put the Crystal Palace controversy out of their minds and concentrate fully on tonight's Coca-Cola Championship clash with QPR.
- The City boss insists all that needs to be said about incidents at Ashton Gate on Saturday against the Eagles has now been said.
And 100 per cent of the focus will be on tonight's battle with Jim Magilton's QPR in Bristol (kick-off 7.45pm).
- "We've buried it, it won't affect the players," Gary told Player in his pre-match interview. "The apology I've received directly from (referees' chief) Keith Hackett has buried it in my mind.
- "What people have forgotten is that we've scored a very good goal and won a game at the weekend.
- "We have to keep the momentum of winning football games. Two (wins) is not a run, three or four is and that's why this game against QPR is so important.
- "We want to be at the top early and competing for the top places."
-Of the QPR match, Gary said: "They're one of the favourites to go up and Jim Magilton has been tasked with that.
"He did a good job at Ipswich and they always played good football
. But we have to get our game going; we had five or six good 'combinations' against Crystal Palace which got the crowd going - but we want to double that tonight."
Danny Haynes returns to the squad after suspension and Andrius Velicka is poised to play some part tonight.
Louis Carey (calf) is the only injury doubt. Bristol City

- Results this season: Bristol City drew 2-2 on opening day away to Preston...They then beat Brentford 1-0 in the Carling Cup...And then "Beat" Crystal Palace 1-0 on Saturday. Bristol City Team vs Palace: Gerken, McCombe, Nyatanga, Orr, McAllister,Skuse, Hartley (Fontaine 90), Elliott, Sproule,Clarkson (Akinde 46), Maynard. Subs Not Used: Basso, Johnson, Williams, Blackman, Brian Wilson.
- QPR vs Bristol City Last Season: In August, QPR drew -1-1 at Bristol City. In March, under Paulo Sousa! QPR won 2-1 (This was Sousa's last victory in charge of QPR. A couple of weeks later, after Messageboard "Revelations," Sousa was gone)
The QPR team in that final Sousa victory game: Cerny 6, Ramage 6, Connolly 6 (Helguson 61, 6), Gorkss 7, Delaney 6, Lopez 7, Leigertwood 7, Alberti 5 (Routledge 45, 7), Ephraim 7, Taarabt 8, Di Carmine 6 (Cook 72). - Goals: Lopez 65, Taarabt 81
- Bristol City: Basso 7, Orr 7, McCombe 7, Fontaine 7, McAllister 6, Johnson 6 (Elliott 86), Sproule 6 (Styvar 85), Skuse 6, McIndoe 7, Maynard 5, Adebola 6. Goal: McIndoe 77 Mirror
- Match Reports of QPR 2-1 Bristol City ---- - Past Bristol City vs QPR Results --- - Bristol City's Squad ---- Bristol City Sign Forward

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