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Thursday, October 01, 2009

QPR's Fabulous Performance at Newcastle: Compilation of Reports and Comments

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- Jim Magilton was grinning from ear to ear, as the R's ended Newcastle's 100 per-cent home record with a deserved point in the North East.
- Ben Watson handed Rangers an early lead, only for Marlon Harewood to cancel his effort out with a 70th minute strike.
- Speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk, Magilton said: "It was a test of character for us tonight, but we stood up to it from the first minute to the last and we were simply outstanding.
- "The manner in which we went about our business tells you everything you need to know about this group of players.
- "The belief is growing and we're moving in the right direction.
- "The more I find out about this group of players, the more belief I gain."
- Magilton added: "Each and every player performed to an exceptionally high level.
- "I'd like to see us keep the ball better at times and have more belief in our ability in the final third, but I can't complain about this result can I.
- "It's still very early days, but we were magnificent."
- Magilton concluded by paying tribute to the travelling R's faithful, who sang their hearts out all night long, drowning out the home support for large periods of the match.
- "The fans should be very proud of their Football Club tonight and we're proud of them," he said.
- "It was some journey for them today, but every time we heard them it gave us that little gee up and they - like the players - were first class." QPR

Newcastle Official Site/Craig Hope - Hughton Pleased With United Character
- CHRIS Hughton says that Newcastle United had to show "character and determination" to come from behind to claim a draw against a "very good" Queens Park Rangers side.
- The Londoners took just seven minutes to find a breakthrough at Gallowgate when Ben Watson's shot was fortuitously deflected beyond Steve Harper by the boot of Steven Taylor.
- Danny Guthrie had the chance to level from the penalty spot on 18 minutes but Radek Cerny was equal to his effort.
- United piled forward after the break and found a leveller courtesy of home debutant Marlon Harewood as he forced home an Andy Carroll knockdown from point-blank range.
- And, afterwards, boss Hughton said: "It was important to get something. We were up against a very good QPR side who are in good form at the moment and scoring goals, and there's no doubt in the early part of the game, they were the better side.
- "We didn't keep the ball as well as should have done and consequently, allowed them too much possession.
- "When you are playing against a team in the confident mood they are in, if you give them too much possession, they can hurt you.
- "They are as good as we have played this season.
- "We had to come out in the second-half and show character and determination and the lads did that.
- "And with a little more quality with regards the final ball I feel we could have won the game." Newcastle

QPR Official Site - Newcastle 1 vs QPR 1
- The R's fine form continued at St James' Park, as Jim Magilton's men claimed a deserved share of the spoils against table-topping Newcastle United, ending the Geordies' one-hundred per-cent home record.
- Ben Watson handed the visitors an early seventh minute lead, firing home with the aid of a deflection from 15-yards out, to hand the 1,500 plus R's fans a dream start.
- Radek Cerny's save from a Danny Guthrie spot-kick eleven minutes later provided plenty more for the Hoops supporters to cheer, but the Geordies weren't to be denied, as substitute Marlon Harewood poked home his first goal for the Club 20 minutes from time.
- The draw stretched the R's unbeaten run to six matches in the Championship, at a ground where the Geordies - before tonight at least- had won every fixture.
- Magilton named an unchanged line-up for the clash against the Championship pacesetters.
- Following Saturday's 5-2 thrashing of Barnsley, the R's gaffer stuck to his guns, meaning Radek Cerny lined up behind a back four of Mikele Leigertwood, Kaspars Gorkss, Damion Stewart and Gary Borrowdale.
- Akos Buzsaky and Wayne Routledge occupied the wide berth in midfield, with Watson partnering skipper Martin Rowlands in the middle of the park.
- In attack, free-scoring Arsenal loanee Jay Simpson partnered Rowan Vine.
- Magilton's faith in his Saturday starters meant Peter Ramage had to make do with a place on the bench against his former Club.
- The Geordies were forced into changes, with Fabricio Coloccini and Ryan Taylor missing out.
- The two Danny's - Simpson and Guthrie - returned at their expense, whilst Chris Hughton resisted the temptation to start recent loan addition Harewood up front, instead opting for the young pairing of Andy Carroll and Nile Ranger.
- In a fast-paced opening, it was the R's who created the first chance of note in the third minute.
- Leigertwood and Routledge combined to devastating effect down the right flank and when the latter fed Vine, his left footed drive was well held by Steve Harper low down to his left.
- Rangers were enjoying a lot of possession and just four minutes later, they made it count.
- Simpson's dogged hustling forced Jose Enrique into a poor clearance and when Watson picked up possession midway inside the Geordies half, he took a couple of touches to set himself before letting fly from the edge of the box.
- Harper seemed in a decent position, but as the ball deflected off Steven Taylor's trailing leg, the Newcastle number one was powerless to prevent the ball trickling over the line.
- It was only the fifth goal Newcastle had conceded all season - and just their second at home - and triggered negative chances from the Geordie faithful towards owner Mike Ashley.
- To their credit, the hosts responded positively and when Stewart was harshly adjudged to have handled Taylor's thunderous goal-bound drive in the 18th minute, referee Mr Rob Shoebridge pointed to the spot.
- Guthrie stepped up, but Cerny guessed correctly from the spot - for the second match in succession - diving to his right to deny the midfielder from 12-yards.
- The R's midfield quartet were seeing plenty of the ball, but it was the hosts who crafted the next opportunity.
- Borrowdale's slip allowed Guthrie to coast through unmarked, but Cerny was equal to it yet again, saving at his near post as the Newcastle midfielder opted to shoot from an acute angle.
- The Geordies were turning the screw and from a 33rd minute corner, the appropriately named Ranger saw his header cleared off the line by Borrowdale.
- Seconds later, Cerny was at it again, this time denying Kevin Nolan, as the former Bolton man directed a header on target.
- At the other end, Watson volleyed over, as the R's attempted to grasp a foothold in the game.
- And to be fair to Magilton's men, they did just that, with Buzsaky firing over from fully 30-yards with a thunderous effort moments before the break.
- The Magical Magyar had another chance on the stroke of half-time, but his ambitious effort from 50-yards - after Harper's poor clearance fell into his path - faded wide.
- Sensing his side were in danger of slipping to their first home defeat of the season, Hughton threw on Argentine winger Jonas Gutierrez at the expense of the ineffective Nicky Butt at the break.
- But it was the R's who were on the front foot from the first minute of the second period.
- Indeed, the half was only three minutes old when Vine's expert cross from the left found the unmarked Stewart, who rose powerfully to head inches wide.
- Magilton's expression from his technical area suggested he thought the ball was destined for the back of the net, but unfortunately for the R's, it faded just the wrong side of the post.
- The murmurs emanating from the stands told their own story, as the natives began to turn on their charges, especially the unfortunate Guthrie, who was guilty of a horrendously taken set-piece.
- Rangers were very much in the ascendancy and when Buzsaky, Rowlands and Borrowdale exchanged passes on the edge of the Newcastle box, Vine fired a yard or so wide.
- Moments later, a goalmouth scramble from another expert Buzsaky corner kick saw the ball fall at the feet of Stewart, but his shot on the turn somehow failed to find the back of the net, with Taylor sticking out a boot to divert the ball wide.
- Cerny was a virtual spectator, called upon just once in the opening 20 minutes of the half to save Carroll's free-kick.
- Hughton made his second change just after the hour - introducing Harewood - and ten minutes later he made his mark.
- Carroll's downward header at the back post caused confusion in the R's ranks and the Aston Villa loanee tapped home from close range.
- It was harsh on the R's, but the relief from the home faithful was clear for all to see.
- Magilton responded by bringing on Adel Taarabt for the hardworking Simpson, as the R's went in search of a second.
- The midfielder made an immediate impact, gliding towards the edge of the penalty box before dragging his 15-yard shot wide.
- Both sides continued to search for a winner, but despite three minutes of added time, honours ended even.
- Newcastle United: Harper, Enrique, Nolan, Guthrie (Lovenkrands 88), Simpson, Khizanishvili, Smith, Butt, Carroll, Taylor, Ranger (Harewood 61).
- Subs: Gutierrez, Geremi, Krul, Kadar, Donaldson.
Goals: Harewood (70)
Bookings: Smith (68)
QPR: Cerny, Stewart, Leigertwood, Routledge, Vine (Faurlin 87), Buzsaky, Gorkss, Rowlands, Watson, Simpson (Taarabt 73), Borrowdale. Subs: Ramage, Agyemang, Pellicori, Heaton, Ephraim. Goals: Watson (7) Bookings: Stewart (75), Leigertwood (90), Buzsaky (90) Referee: Mr R Shoebridge Attendance: 38,923 QPR

The Times - Marlon Harewood rescues laboured Newcastle Newcastle 1 QPR1 - George Caulkin
- In the space of two fleeting appearances for Newcastle United, Marlon Harewood has already done more to chisel his way into Geordie hearts than his illustrious predecessor in the No 10 shirt. It has taken relegation and the departure of players such as Michael Owen for a team to recover their soul, a process that continued, albeit grittily, at St James’ Park last night.
- Newcastle’s draw against Queens Park Rangers slotted firmly into the ugly category, but promotion will be won by sides capable of transforming mediocrity into points and they now lead the Coca-Cola Championship by three of them. Rangers had led the game through a man named Watson and it did not take Sherlock Holmes to deduce that Newcastle had made elementary blunders, but they belatedly responded.
- Jim Magilton’s enterprising side, themselves in good form, were full value for Ben Watson’s early goal and Newcastle struggled to unearth much inspiration. The arrival of Harewood, who was recently signed on loan from Aston Villa, altered the dynamics.
- While he had little to do to muster his first goal for the club, squirting the ball over the line after Andy Carroll had nodded a cross from Danny Guthrie back across the area, his manic celebrations — waving his arms and exhorting the crowd to sing louder — spoke of greater passion than Owen managed. More will be required if this season is to conclude in the manner that Newcastle hope.
- Miscommunication has been a Newcastle speciality in recent seasons, much of it hoarded in the boardroom. With the side excelling in desperate circumstances after their demotion in May, it has rarely been a feature on the pitch, but it spread there like a virus during a disjointed first-half performance.
- For reasons that were not apparent, José Enrique dallied in possession in the seventh minute, when he should have hoofed the ball to safety and, in the process, succeeded only in gifting it to Watson, whose shot was deflected beyond Steve Harper by Steven Taylor. It was an atypical error for a side that have boasted the most niggardly defence in the division.
- Other aspects were similarly discordant. In effectively fielding four central midfield players — with Kevin Nolan pushed forward to supplement Andy Carroll and Nile Ranger in attack — Hughton left Nicky Butt exposed on the left, and while that issue would be partially rectified, Rangers had been encouraged to probe forward.
- The goal spurred Newcastle into life. Taylor swung his boot at a free kick by Danny Guthrie, striking Damion Stewart on the hand, but Guthrie’s subsequent penalty, hit low and to his left, was saved brilliantly by Radek Cerny.
- Guthrie may have been attempting to make amends when he later shot straight at the visiting goalkeeper when Carroll was unmarked and screaming for the ball, although the pair combined more effectively when the Geordie striker met a corner with a firm header. On this occasion, Gary Borrowdale cleared from the goalline.
- Hughton’s decision to replace Butt at half-time was unsurprising. Jonás Gutiérrez, absent for a month with a hamstring injury, took his place and immediately offered Newcastle balance and width, although, yet again, they were slow in rousing themselves.
- Magilton’s players should have taken further advantage three minutes after the resumption when Stewart headed a cross from Wayne Routledge narrowly wide.
- It set the tone for what followed. Having scored seven goals in their previous two league fixtures, Rangers played with bullishness. Acres of space were afforded to Rowan Vine, whose effort went close, leading Hughton to introduce Marlon Harewood from the substitutes’ bench.
- It was a rare moment of inspiration.
- Newcastle United (4-3-1-2): S Harper — D Simpson, S Taylor, Z Khizanishvili, J Enrique — D Guthrie (sub: P Lovenkrands, 88min), A Smith, N Butt (sub: J Gutiérrez, 46) — K Nolan — N Ranger (sub: M Harewood, 61), A Carroll. Substitutes not used: T Krul, Gérémi, T Kadar, R Donaldson. Booked: Smith.
- Queens Park Rangers (4-4-2): R Cerny — M Leigertwood, D Stewart, K Gorkss, G Borrowdale — W Routledge, B Watson, M Rowlands, A Buzsaky — J Simpson (sub: A Taarabt, 72), R Vine (sub: A Faurlin, 87). Substitutes not used: T Heaton, P Ramage, H Ephraim, A Pellicori, P Agyemang. Booked: Stewart, Leigertwood, Buzsaky. Referee: R Shoebridge. The Times

INDEPENDENT/Jason Mellor - Spritely Rangers put a dent in Newcastle's home record

- The collective malaise sweeping the summit of the Championship spread to the North-east, as Newcastle United squandered an opportunity to open up a five-point lead at the top.
- They were indebted to a second-half equaliser from Marlon Harewood, the Aston Villa loan forward, who bundled in Andy Carroll's knock-down shortly after coming on as substitute on the hour, to ensure their unbeaten home record remains in tact.
- The topsy-turvy nature of this division was highlighted as the leaders failed to fully capitalise on defeat for their three nearest rivals on Tuesday. Ben Watson's deflected early effort for Queen's Park Rangers helps keep Newcastle within touching range for the pursuing pack, in which the London club can now class themselves, after showing commendable character to overcome the concession of a first-half penalty.
- Rangers might even have been reflecting on a first victory at St James' Park in 15 years had Damion Stewart's second-half header not drifted narrowly wide, while Jay Simpson also saw an effort scrambled off the line as Chris Hughton's side were at times made to look pedestrian.
- To his credit Hughton has fashioned a side ingrained with resolve, and thanks in part to the introduction of Jonas Gutierrez, they deservedly drew level as Harewood made an impact on his home debut. "To perform like that's very pleasing and I'm proud of the players," Jim Magilton, the QPR manager, said after watching his side stretch to half a dozen their unbeaten run. "On our day we're capable of matching any team in our division."
- Hughton admitted: "They were better than us early on, and they're as good a side as we've faced. The pleasing thing is that even though we were below par we've come away with something."
- Having conceded only once in four previous Championship home games this season – all victories – it came as a shock when the hosts surrendered parity in the seventh minute. Jose Enrique, under pressure from Wayne Routledge, carelessly gave the ball away to Watson on the edge of the area. The midfielder cut inside to score, his shot from 18 yards finding the bottom corner courtesy of a deflection off the defender Steven Taylor.
- It was a deficit Newcastle should have cancelled out in the 19th minute from the penalty spot. Stewart was unfortunate to have been ruled to handle when Taylor crashed a shot against the defender from point blank range but Guthrie's tame effort was easily kept out by Radek Cerny.
- Kevin Nolan was convinced he had levelled 10 minutes before the interval when Cerny spilled his header, but the assistant referee ruled the ball had not crossed the goal-line. There was no such reprieve for the visitors when, from no more than a yard, Harewood saw to it that the spoils were shared." Independent

- MARLON HAREWOOD leapt off the bench to earn the Toon a point.
But in-form QPR certainly showed Newcastle this Championship lark will be anything but a walk in the park.
- Chris Hughton's men could have gone five points clear at the top last night after all of their rivals dropped points this week.
- But Ben Watson's early strike rocked them and Rangers were pretty much in control until Harewood forced home his first goal since joining on loan from Aston Villa.
- Make no mistake, Toon will be up there come May. Yet the classy Hoops rammed it home they will not get it all their own way.
- Hughton said: "It was important to get something. They are in good form and were the better side early on. It's a big reminder that not everything will go our way this season.
- "We have had to fight for everything so far.
- "Marlon is different to what we have got here already but we know he can make an impact." The Magpies were poor and offered a brutal reminder of the dark old days of last season's desperate Premier League relegation before former West Ham star Harewood, 30, struck.
- But credit must go to Jim Magilton's men who are now unbeaten in six games.
- They played with pace, poise and power and Wayne Routledge showed what it is like to have a midfielder with skill and creativity.
- Newcastle had chances, none better than when Danny Guthrie wasted an 18th-minute penalty.
- Rangers rocked up to Tyneside bang in form, still buzzing after Saturday's thrashing of Barnsley. And after just seven minutes, on-loan Wigan star Watson fired them ahead courtesy of a shocking piece of defending by Jose Enrique.
- The Spanish star carelessly gave the ball to Watson whose shot flicked off Steven Taylor and past Steve Harper.
- Hughton's men have got the meanest backline in the Championship but they looked shaky in the opening stages.
- Newcastle may have ruled at St James' Park so far this term yet Magilton's men pushed them all the way.
- But on 18 minutes they were given a lifeline - and promptly wasted it. Damion Stewart was harshly adjudged to have handled Taylor's fierce volley but Guthrie's weak spot-kick was easily saved by Radek Cerny.
- Justice for Magilton. But sheer frustration for Hughton.
- Slick-looking Rangers looked dangerous every time they poured forward.
- Routledge was tying Enrique in knots while the inexperienced rookie strike force of Andy Carroll and Nile Ranger failed to hold the succession of long balls pumped their way.
- But results so far in the Championship are proving anyone can beat anyone. Chances were at a premium, but Guthrie wasted another one on the half-hour, shooting straight at Cerny, after he was put through by Carroll.
- The big Geordies striker then had a header cleared off the line by Gary Borrowdale and seconds later Kevin Nolan forced Cerny into a fumbling save.
- Newcastle started to gain the upper hand and you sensed a home goal was only moments away.
- Ranger headed just over from Carroll's inviting centre eight minutes before the break.
- But two minutes after the re-start, Rangers almost doubled their lead. An excellent Rowan Vine cross was powerfully met by Stewart but his header whistled just wide.
- Harewood replaced Ranger just after the hour but it was the visitors who continued to create the better chances, with Arsenal loan ace Jay Simpson close in a goalmouth scramble.
- But on 70 minutes, Harewood pounced, after Danny Simpson's cross was nodded back across by Carroll, to open his Toon account in only his second sub appearance.
- Magilton said: "I knew they would put us under pressure but to play in the manner we played was outstanding. It's a proud night for the club.
- "We showed intent and were brave."
- In the end it was relief on Tyneside - but a reminder this promotion bid will be anything but straightforward. The Sun

BBC - Newcastle 1 - 1 QPR
- Newcastle extended their lead at the top of the Championship to three points courtesy of a draw against QPR.
- Ben Watson's 30-yard strike deflected into the net off United's Steven Taylor to give QPR a seventh minute lead.
- Shortly after QPR defender Damion Stewart's handball gave the home side a penalty but Danny Guthrie's spot-kick was saved by Radek Cerny.
- Substitute Marlon Harewood bundled in United's equaliser following a knock-back from fellow striker Andy Carroll.
- It was Harewood's first goal for the Tyneside outfit following his loan move from Aston Villa and earned his new side a point after a tough test by QPR.
- Winger Wayne Routledge and midfielder Watson were particularly impressive for the visitors and the latter was rewarded with his opening goal.
- Guthrie's penalty miss almost came back to haunt him when Stewart powered a header just wide of the post.
- But Carroll drove a 66th-minute free-kick straight at the keeper as the Magpies pressed for a leveller before he helped set up Harewood's goal.
- Carroll headed down Danny Simpson's cross for Harewood to stab home at the far post.
- Newcastle caretaker-manager Chris Hughton:
"It's a reminder to anybody of the quality of this league.
- "You are up against Championship-hardened teams who are used to playing the amount of games we will play.
- "If I look at the games we have played so far this season, we have had to fight hard for everything we have got."
- QPR boss Jim Magilton:
"A draw is probably a fair result. I am very proud of the players. To a man, they were outstanding.
- "I think it's going to be a division where - we have seen results already this year - it's going to be open.
- "But if you look at the talent and the ability and the squad-depth of Newcastle, if you finish above them, you will be very close." BBC

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A Possible Briatore Departure: Two Seperate Reports

The Times/Kevin Eason - October 1, 2009 - Flavio Briatore eyes QPR exit after ‘Crashgate’
- Flavio Briatore could be ready to sell his way out of football to avoid a confrontation with the authorities if he is put through another fit and proper persons test.
- The Football League’s eight-man board sits next week for what could be a defining meeting as it tries to sift through an increasing pile of evidence surrounding three famous names.
- There are question marks over the ownership of Leeds United and Notts County, while Briatore’s reputation is liable to be put through another examination as the board tries to determine whether a man thrown out of Formula One for cheating is fit and proper to run Queens Park Rangers, of the Coca-Cola Championship, as the club’s co-owner.
- Speculation is growing that Briatore will head for the exit rather than be put through the wringer again by another sporting body. Amit Bhatia, the QPR vice-chairman, is said to be letting it known to friends and business acquaintances that he would be willing to buy out Briatore if the Italian wants to go.
- Briatore has not decided what to do yet as he ponders his options after “Crashgate”, including contesting the judgment by the FIA, the governing body of motor sport, that he, as managing director of the Renault Formula One team, led the plot for Nelson Piquet Jr to crash his car so that Fernando Alonso, his team-mate, could win last year’s Singapore Grand Prix.
- Bhatia is the son-in-law of Lakshmi Mittal, the billionaire steel magnate and the eighth-richest man in the world. But Mittal is not thought to be interested in QPR, even though he bought 20 per cent of the club from Briatore. The numbers are tiny compared with Mittal’s £12 billion fortune, but Briatore will want to make his departure financially worthwhile.- Briatore is thought to have paid £540,000 for his original 54 per cent shareholding, with club debts covered by loans. Briatore’s money was paid through Sarita Capital, a company registered in the British Virgin Islands, a tax haven in the Caribbean and an increasingly popular repository for investors in the League.

- Munto Finance, the company that bought County, is also registered there, too far away for the Football League, with its slender resources, to be able to look into the details of its investors. But revelations in The Times about some of the people involved in the takeover at Meadow Lane have caused concern and the Football League’s board will want to examine the County case in some detail before rubber-stamping the takeover.
- As a result, the fit and proper persons test and how it is applied will come under severe scrutiny, with the League’s board bound to tighten the rules to try to prevent new cases creeping under the wire.
- The board is examining County three months after Munto Finance acquired the club, while there are increasing concerns about who owns Leeds two years after Ken Bates, the club’s chairman, controversially bought the club out of administration.
- Bates is said to have admitted in a Jersey court that he was not the owner of the club, but declared he could not reveal the identities of the investors behind the true owners of Leeds, a company called Forward Sports Fund, registered in the Cayman Islands, another Caribbean tax haven.
Next week’s meeting of the board promises to be one of the trickiest faced by Lord Mawhinney, the League chairman, with three high-profile clubs to scrutinise without damaging the credibility of the League, particularly at a time when he is searching for a new title sponsor for all three divisions. Coca-Cola, which has spent £6 million over each of the past three years, is parting company with the League, although Mawhinney believes that he can find a replacement with recession fears easing. The Times

-London Informer/Paul Warburton - Banker ready to replace Briatore as chairman
Sep 30 2009
- AMIT BHATIA has told friends he's willing to become QPR chairman if Flavio Briatore is forced to quit.
- But the club is also worried a bidding war could erupt over the 30 per cent shareholding the Italian might be forced to sell if the Football League bans him under its 'fit and proper person' code.
- Briatore was banned for life by the FIA last week in his other role as Renault team boss following the events of 'Crashgate'.
- The League is awaiting reports from the FIA and is due to thrash over the findings next Thursday - but Rangers are already clearing the decks for an upheaval at the top.
- What could turn out to be his last live match for the man who brought millions to the club two years ago is ironically the 2-1 win over cash-strapped Accrington Stanley in front of just 5,000 fans on August 25.
- Briatore is unwilling to face the wrath of supporters at games until his fate is known - and Bhatia is standing by to take over.
- The 30-year-old son-in-law of billionaire Lakshmi Mittal was brought in as vice-chairman as part of a 20 per cent investment by the family and is understood to be willing to take over Briatore's 30 per cent, should it be needed.
- An insider said: "Under company rules, the shares have to be offered publicly - and that might allow someone else to show an interest.
- "But for once in the club's recent history, it won't be left financially high and dry if Briatore decides to leave. It appears Amit Bhatia is more than willing to take over...."
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