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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

QPR Report Tuesday - Manchester City (Supposedly) REALLY Want Raheem Sterling...Tommy Williams on Joining QPR....Reserves Win...QPR's Compared

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- Brighton's New Manager Announced: Gus Poyet

- Alan McDonald on the Brink?

- Patrick Agyemang capped a fine individual performance with a goal and an assist, as QPR Reserves ran out worthy 3-2 winners against Crawley in the Totesport.com Football Combination Central Division.
- Despite trailing twice, Agyemang's strike and further goals from Alessandro Pellicori - returning from a recent knee injury - and Antonio German sealed the win for Keith Ryan' side.
- It was honours even at the end of a lively first half.
- Indeed, the match was only two minutes old when the visitors opened the scoring from the penalty spot.
- Josh Parker was adjudged to have felled Charlie Ademeno in the box and Michael Malcolm stepped up to score from 12-yards.
- Undeterred, Rangers were on terms just before the half hour mark, when Agyemang - following neat build-up play involving Pellicori - turned his marker with ease before firing home.
- But disaster struck moments later, when Ed Harris sent Jefferson Louis tumbling to ground inside the penalty area and Malcolm again made no mistake from the spot.
- Remarkably, there was still time for a fourth goal just before the break.
- Following quick thinking from Gareth Ainsworth from a QPR free-kick, Pellicori and German exchanged passes before the former slotted home with aplomb when faced one-on-one with the Crawley custodian.
- Rangers' class told in the second period, as Agyemang broke free down the right and squared for German, who slammed the ball home to complete the comeback.
- QPR: McWeeny, Rose, Harris, Ehmer, Parker, Ainsworth (Sutherland 88), Ephraim, Alberti (Sterling 87), German, Agyemang, Pellicori (Bailey 68). Subs: Bewick, Bulmer. QPR

- Video Flashback: Rodney Marsh, Bobby Keetch and Jim Langley all playing for Fulham vs Manchester United

- Simon Walton's Ongoing "Decline"

- On-This-Day Flashback: Houston and Rioch Axed

- Remembering The Post-ABC Amulya Loan

- QPR's League Position/Points in Perspective (Since Promoted)
- 2009-2010 (Currently) - After 16 games, QPR have 27 points (4th)
- 2008-2009 (Nov 9, 2008) - After 16 games QPR had 25 points (7th)
- 2007-2008 (Nov 9, 2007) - After 15 games, QPR had 15 points (2 off bottom)
- 2006-2007: .............- After 18 games, QPR had 24 points
- 2005-2006: .............- After 18 games, QPR had 24 points
- 2004-2005...............- After 18 games, QPR had 30 points

- Ron Springett Returns and Speaks (as an ex-Sheffield Wednesday Man)

- Notts County Finances...Dean Ashton Retiring?

-EX-QPR Martin Allen "Cleared" - But still on Gardening Leave

- Peterbrough Manager Darren Ferguson REPORTEDLY/RUMOURED to have been Axed

- Kaspars Gorkss and Jay Simpson Make Football League's Championship Team of The Week

Mirror/Alan Nixon - Manchester City to swap pair of stars for QPR whizzkid Raheem Sterling 23:00 09/11/09
- Manchester City boss Mark Hughes is ready to let QPR have two players on loan - as part of a massive bid to land wonder kid Raheem Sterling.
- Hughes and his team are so desperate to get the 14-year-old boy genius that they have told Rangers they can have a couple of their fringe men plus £1 million to sign him now.
- Sterling has been earning rave reviews playing for the Rangers under-18 team and starred on his England under-16 debut last week in front of Brian Marwood and Brian Kidd.
- The young Londoner will not sign a long-term deal at Rangers and City want to buy him now in a record deal - and are making it more tempting with the offer of players.
- Rangers boss Jim Magilton does not want to lose Sterling but the chance of taking two City men would help his Championship promotion bid and their short-term aims.
- Magilton will watch City's second team in action shortly, with the mega-rich club keen to get their target ahead of Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal.
- City are also boosted by news that Sterling would like to join them to continue his football education, although that would mean uprooting from London with his mum.

- New loan signing Tommy Williams believes he has joined a squad of players that are the envy of the rest of the Championship.
- Speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk, Williams - who yesterday penned a loan deal until the first week of January - revealed the admiration he has for the group of players he will link up with for the first time at Harlington on Wednesday morning.
- "Without any doubt, it's one of the squads in the league that everyone envies," he said.
- "Seeing them first hand in September, even when they weren't necessarily in top form, you could see there's some real quality here.
- "There seems to be a real buzz about the place and knowing the Championship as I do, I don't think there's many teams that are looking forward to playing Queens Park Rangers at the moment.
- "People are really starting to stand up and take notice of what's going on here."
- Indeed, the Peterborough loanee believes the R's are destined for a decent season, adding: "There's a great chance of good things happening here this season.
- "The gaffer and John were keen to get me in. They like the way I play at full-back and they wanted further options at the back.
- "They were keen to bring me in for that reason and I couldn't be more delighted to be here.
- "My first aim is to break into the side, which will be tough, and then prove myself to the boss and the fans.
- "That's my aim and if I can do enough to seal a permanent move further down the line I'll be chuffed." QPR

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