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Monday, September 21, 2009

QPR Players Makes League's Championship Team of The Week

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- Watford's Mackay Praises Helguson

- Speculation about Briatore's QPR Future

- Post F1/Briatore "Verdict:" Analyses relating to Briatore and QPR

- "Football for Heroes" Announced as League Official Charity Partner in 2009/10


- But perhaps not the ones people might expect: Congratulations to Radek Cerny - and (updated) Kaspars Gorkss!

- Each week the Official Football League website will bring you the Team of the Week. Produced by the Press Association, the Team's of the Week feature the eleven top performing players from each division from this weekend's matches.
- Queens Park Rangers produced a great performance at the weekend to win 2-0 away at Coca-Cola Championship rivals Cardiff City and Hoops' goalkeeper Radek Cerny grabbed a place in the Team of the Week after his clean sheet.
- Gianni Zuiverloon and Shelton Martis were picked for their involvement in inflicting Middlesbrough's first home defeat of the season at the Riverside Stadium which keeps the Baggies firmly at the top of the table. Chris Brunt was also selected after he bagged a double against his former club in the 5-0 away win.
- Peterborough United achieved their first win of the season thanks to an impressive goal from George Boyd, who is named in midfield. The 23-year-old midfielder scored the stunning winner in a 3-2 win at London Road against Reading.
- Making up the front two of this week's Team of the Week is Preston North End's Chris Brown and Leicester City's Matt Fryatt as both scored doubles in equally thrilling matches. Fryatt was on the score sheet twice as the Foxes' drew 3-3 with Watford at Vicarage Road whilst Brown helped his side beat Coventry City 3-2 at Deepdale to ensure all three points for the Lilywhites. Team of the Week - TEAM OF THE WEEK


- Just announced: The Ref for the Chelsea Game is M J Jones

- Birthdays Today for Kevin Gallen (34) and Rowan Vine (27)

- Updated: Comprehensive compilation of Cardiff vs QPR Match Reports and Managerial Comments

Meanwhile Rowan Vine Speaking Out:
The Mirror/Ken Gorman - Rowan Vine pleads with QPR board to give Jim Magilton time to make his mark
- Striker Rowan Vine helped to lift Rangers in to the top half of the Championship - then fired his own plea to their directors.
- He urged their notoriously hard to please board to give new manager Jim Magilton the time to develop a team which the former Birmingham and Luton hit man believes is good enough for promotion.
- Vine has been at Loftus Road for just two years, but he has already played under FOUR different bosses and he believes that the revolving managerial door has left the players heads spinning as well.
- Vine said: “We have brought in players over the last 18 months who have strengthened the squad massively. But there has been instability at the club, with people coming and going. That never helps.
- “Jim Magilton has certainly been good for the players so far. We would like to see him given the time to continue the job.
- “We believe we are one of the top teams in the league. We are capable of beating anybody. What we need is for everyone to be pulling in the same direction
.” ...Mirror

- A Championship Team of the Week Includes Simpson

- Nice Q&A With Don Masson

- What REALLY Happened when QPR Played Sunderland back in 1973 and the FA Cup Was Knocked Over.

- Nice Price Cut Move by Sheffield Wednesday

- Stuart Houston's Son in Charity Raiser

- A Profile of and Interview with Tommy Docherty (now aged 81)

- Real Madrid's Debt Hits Almost 300 Million Pounds

- Briatore Profiled/Analysed "The Rise and Fall...."

- A couple of devestating pieces re Briatore/Crashgate/Cheating

- Two goals for Helguson before going off injured

- "Chelsea: Muppets on a String"

- Flashack: Three Years agoy- John Gregory replaces Gary Waddock as QPR Manager. Alan McDonald Departs

- David James: What the Premiership Cap on Squad size does Not Solve
- Now on Sale: "Hooped Dreams: Billionaires, QPR and the Premiership Promised Land" (Paperback) By Mick Kelly


And Wedneday: Chelsea (Even though Chelsea Initially had it wrong!

- Chelsea welcome Queens Park Rangers to Stamford Bridge for the Carling Cup 3rd round this Tuesday and you can watch the full game only on Chelsea TV.

Prior to kick-off we build-up to the game on Matchnight Live with the team news direct from Stamford Bridge before any other channel, player previews and thoughts from Ancelotti right up to kick-off. No other channel will have dedicated Chelsea build-up than Chelsea TV.

Chelsea have not lost to QPR since 1995 and aim to complete the job on home turf, you can share your views on the game from 9.45pm when we open up the phone lines.

You can watch all the action as we replay the full 90 minutes from 10.15pm.

6pm: Live build-up from Stamford Bridge
9.45pm: Fans' phone-in - call 08445 434 969
10.15pm: Watch the full 90 minutes

Programme times subject to change if the game goes into extra time / penalties.

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Chelsea's Manager, Carlo Ancellotti/BBC on QPR Game
"... Chelsea next play QPR in Wednesday's Carling Cup third round tie and Ancelotti is determined not to allow his players to lose focus.
"We need to maintain the mental attitude and win our next game against QPR in the Carling Cup on Wednesday," stated Ancelotti.
"Our next game will not be easy. We do not think about records, only winning the next game." BBC

- Past QPR-Chelsea Results and Shared Players (and Managers)

- Flashback: John Gregory on the "Thriving" QPR-Chelsea Relationship!

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