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Monday, November 02, 2009

QPR Report Monday - Snippets and Highlights of Weekend Stories...Helguson Looks Forward

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- Championship Team of The Week: No one from QPR. Matt Fryatt gets in!

- NEXT: QPR vs Crystal Palace...Various Previews and Team News. Mahon supposedly a doubt.

- Premiership Sack Race Odds: Brown and Benitez favourites to be the next to leave

- Kudos to Chelsea Football Club: Battling Knife Crime

- ALTHOUGH Watford's defeat at The Hawthorns on Saturday (31 October) was one to forget about, it marked the return of Iceland striker Heidar Helguson.
- The on-loan QPR man had been out with a calf injury since his second debut at Vicarage Road back in September, so despite the scoreline, he was glad to get back on the pitch for the Hornets.
- "I played 40 minutes of the game and it felt good to be back" said Helguson.
- "What can you say - I'm disappointed at the result but it was one of those days - we under performed and that's what you get."
- Helguson was helped to his recover by the aid of a Kriotheraphy chamber at Champneys, Tring and he said that it had been a successful recuperation for him.
- "I used the chamber up at Bolton so I knew it was effective and it's supposed to speed up your recovery process along with all the other work.
- Helguson during his recovery at the Kriotheraphy chamber
- "It was good to get a change of scenery and to have the expert therapists on hand."
- Now the forward feels fit again, he has his focus firmly set on another home display at Vicarage Road.
- "It will be good to go back home and win on Saturday against Preston and then this game will be forgotten.
- "Myself and the rest of the team are now looking forward to the game at home next weekend." Watford

- Also: Palace perspective before previously-scheduled QPR-Palace Game

- QPR vs Leicester Match Reports (including fan sites) and Comments - Updated Compilation

Leicester's Official Site Photos

- QPR's Rahim Sterling: Poaching Story, Called up for England u-16 and Praised by QPR's Steve Gallen

- Interest in Buying QPR? One line throw-away re Mohammed Al Hashimi, Dennis Wise and Tony Jiminez

- Year Flashback: Briatore - I Know What I'm Doing. Terry Venables: Would never Manage Under Those Circumstances

- Latest Managerial Axing: Brighton's Russell Slade

- Rumours re Future of Peterbrough's Darren Ferguson - Update: Apparently Not!

- Video Compilation: QPR's Greatest-Ever Goals

- New Zealand: One Game Away From South Africa World Cup

- Two Year Flashback: QPR Appoint Chief Scout, Filippo Orlando

- Kick-It-Out Panel on Racism and Anti-Semitism

- A View on Who Should Own/Run a Football Club (In this Instance: Glasgow Rangers)

- Marlon King Verdict: PFA Prepared to Offer Support

- Portrait of a Thug

- QPR Month-by-Month Results and Season Stats

- Old Football Magazines Covers With QPR

- Old QPR Photos: Latest Updated

- Forty-One Years Ago: "The Doc" Takes Over at QPR

- Corruption Concerns re Betting on Youth Football: Taking Action

- "League Cup" Quarter Final Draw

- After several weeks out injured, Helguson came on as a sub for Watford .

- Liam Miller: Bargain Signing

- Comparing QPR's Current League Position With Past Three Seasons - Virtually same as last season at this point.

- Birmingham or Middlesbrough Routledge Interest?

- Football League Stats - Wayne Routledge Leading Championship in Assists - Wayne Routledge has provided eight goals so far this season and has also scored six, although three of them did come in the Carling Cup against Exeter City.

- Routledge currently Ranked 9th in Championship in Latest Actim Index

- "Slight" Error on the Football Hooligan Front!

- Cardiff Offer Five Year Season Ticket Price Freeze Deal

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