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Saturday, August 15, 2009

Blackstock Compares QPR and Nottingham Forest...QPR Notalgia...Other Football Snippets Saturday

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- Plymouth vs QPR

- Video: A Past Plymouth-QPR Game

- QPR vs Accrington Stanley game set for Tuesday, August 25

- Ex-QPR Nick Ward: Right Back

- Six Year Flashback: Richard Langley Joins Cardiff (and Leon Knight set for QPR)

- Twenty-Two Years! Paul Parker Debuted in a great QPR season starter: A crushing away win at West Ham...Thirty-Nine Years ago: A post-1970 World Cup Season started with a loss at Birmingham

- Ex-QPR Birthday: Georges Santos

- Bristol City Set to Have Forward Signing Debut vs QPR

- Two Year Flashback: The Takeover hits a stumbling Block

- Blackburn Slashed Season Ticket Prices

- Premiership Finances...Premiership Backers

- Where Premiership Players Come From

- Another China Football Brawl

- Notts County Smash Transfer Record to Sign Premiership Goalie

- Nice Burnley Profile

- Ian Holloway on How he Left QPR

- QPR vs Nottingham Forest Tickets

- Status of Portugese Football

- Premiership Managerial Sacking Odds

- Real Madrid's Michel Salgado Not headed to QPR

- Premiership Season Ticket Sales Assessed

- Jan Stejskal: "Where Are (The Original Non-British Premiership Players) Now?

- Several Ex-QPR Birthdays

- A part-time scout for QPR profiled

- Homophobia in Football: Should Gay Footballers 'Come Out'?>

Nottingham Evening Post
Blackstock: I will produce my best form for Reds

- DEXTER Blackstock hopes he can finally produce his best form – because he feels settled for the first time in his career after joining Nottingham Forest.
The striker admits the uncertainty over his future at QPR had left him in limbo last season, with the London club allowing him to join the Reds on loan despite his status as the club's top scorer.
- While the 23-year-old says the frequent changes in management at Loftus Road were also a negative influence, with NINE different men in charge in just three years.
But Blackstock says he already feels at home in the City Ground dressing room and hopes to repay the faith Billy Davies has shown by paying over £1m for him.
- "As a professional, all you want is to concentrate on is playing your football," said Blackstock, who netted his first goal of the season against Bradford in midweek and hopes to be part of the side that faces West Brom today.
"For one reason or another I have never really had that over the last few years.
"There has always been other issues to think about.
"If I can get everything else out of the way now and just concentrate my efforts towards a Saturday afternoon, and getting the right results for Forest, it will only benefit me and the club."
- Blackstock believes the smooth running of the club behind the scenes at Forest will make a real difference to the players.
"Forest is a very stable club and, in my time at QPR there were a lot of managers, a lot of change and a lot of politics going off," he said.
"Here, everything is set up right, there is an infrastructure to take us forwards at pace.
- "We don't want to get ahead of ourselves though. It is all about steady progress
Nottingham Evening Post

- Also Blackstock: Nottingham Evening Post - Blackstock: Forest are picking up where they left off


- Bob Malcolm Settling in Australia

- Brian Glanville on the New QPR (and also re Chelsea)

- Goalkeeper Andy Marshall rejects QPR's offer of around £2,000 a week to join Aston Villa for around £8,000-a-week.

- After successul trial, Gregory Vignal has now signed for Birmingham

- A Dave Clement Memory

- QPR vs Accrington: The Mike Ferguson Connection

- Flashback: Four Years Ago - Sheffield United at Loftus Road: On the field, victory. Off the field: The Boardroom "Incident" and the aftermath

- Video: Exeter vs QPR

- Football Chant Award Goes to Southend United

- Sousa Reflecting

- Martin Ling Back again at Cambridge!

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