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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Magilton Criticizes Taarabt

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Mirror-: Rangers boss Jim Magilton blasts 'silly boy' Adel Taarabt
- Jim Magilton blasted ’silly boy’ Adel Taarabt after he gestured to home supporters during QPR’s mauling of Barnsley.
- The midfielder, on-loan from Tottenham, was jeered by fans after he squandered a second half chance instead of passing to his team-mates.
- And the sulky 20-year-old reacted furiously by waving his arms in their direction.
- Rangers boss Magilton admitted he was angry with the Morocco international’s attitude.
- He said: “He’s a wonderful footballer and at times he will infuriate everyone like he infuriates me.
- “But he’s very much a prized asset of ours. If he’s reacted he’s been a little bit silly but that’s what you get with talented footballers.
- “They can be a bit headstrong at times. Will I put an arm around him? No, I’ll probably throttle him for not passing!"

- There was no sign of chairman Flavio Briatore at Loftus Road. The disgraced former boss of the Renault F1 team usually loves the limelight but is keeping a low profile.
- And he would have enjoyed the first-half, as Rangers raced to a 3-0 lead.
- Mikele Leigertwood put them ahead in the seventh minute when he raced forward and fired an unstoppable low shot past David Preece.
- On loan Wigan midfielder Ben Watson then set up Akos Buzsaky, who rounded Preece before slotting home.
- The Hungarian added his second in the 39th minute with a wonderful chip from 30-yards that sailed over Preece.
- They were Buzsaky’s first goals since returning from a serious knee operation.
- He added: “It is always special when you score a goal after being out with an injury for such a long time.
- “I am feeling good now and I have won back my place in the team. I cannot wait for the next game.”
- Barnsley pulled two goals back after half-time when Steve Foster headed in from Iain Hume’s 50th minute free-kick.
- Damion Stewart then fouled Adam Hammill in the area and while Radek Cerny saved Andy Gray’s spot-kick, the striker tucked home the rebound.
- Watson again took full advantage of Barnsley’s poor defending in the 67th minute when Preece allowed his tame header to squeeze under his body and over the line.
- And on loan Arsenal striker Jay Simpson completed the scoring when he tapped home from Kaspars Gorkss’ header for QPR’s fifth.
- New Barnsley boss Mark Robins is now focused on dragging his side back up the Championship table.
- He added: “I came in and there was no transfer window, so you are working with other clubs to find out which players the managers will let out.
- “I am sure the players we have brought in will turn things around for us. We just need to get them out on the training field. We will find a way of stop shipping these goals.”
- QPR: Cerny, 6; Leigertwood, 7, Gorkss, 7, Stewart, 5, Borrowdale, 6; Routledge, 7, (Faurlin, 69), 6, Watson, 8, Rowlands, 6, Buzsaky, 9; Vine, 6, (Taarabt 70), 6, Simpson, 6, (Pellicori, 79), 6. Subs not used: Heaton, Ramage, Mahon, Ephraim,
- Barnsley: Preece, 4; Doyle, 5, Foster, 5, Shotton, 5, Dickinson, 5; De Silva, 7, Colace, 6, Butterfield, 6, (Kozluk, 58), 6, Hammill, 5; Hume, 6, (Bogdanovic, 60), 6, A. Gray, 5, (Campbell-Ryce, 76), 6. Mirror

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