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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Harford on His Future...QPR Game On...QPR Game Off

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THE SUN - Harford fears Rangers’ Mr X
- MICK HARFORD has admitted last night's postponed match against Watford could have been his last at QPR.
- Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock and ex-Germany captain Lothar Matthaus have been linked with the Loftus Road hotseat.
- And, last night, caretaker boss Harford said: "There's rumours flying in that I'm not going to be here after tonight, rumours that 'X' is coming in.
- "It's typical with QPR but, if it is for the good of the club, I'm all for it."

- Ref Pat Miller called off the Hornets' away day just 70 minutes before kick-off due to a waterlogged pitch. The Sun


QPR Official Site

The Sun

- Tonight's match against Watford at Loftus Road is on despite adverse weather conditions, although a precautionary pitch inspection will take place by 6pm.
- At this stage, there is no risk of the game being postponed."

QPR Official Site: GAME OFF: Tonight's match against Watford at Loftus Road has been postponed due to torrential rain. A new date for this fixture will be announced in due course" QPR

Watford Official Site - MALKY ON POSTPONEMENT - WATFORD manager Malky Mackay spoke to www.watfordfc.com minutes after the game against QPR was called off on Tuesday night.

"Myself and Mick [Halford] got called in by the referee" explained Malky.

"The referee had been here for the last hour-and-a-half looking at the situation on the pitch and checked the forecast with the Met Office for the next few hours.

"It was due to get worse as the night went on and the rain isn't going anywhere!

"I'm disappointed, but I had a look myself and there's bits of the park that's not very good at all. It's the right decision."

The Watford boss explained how he had joked with assistant manager Sean Dyche about the game being off, but never considered that might be the reality facing the team when they arrived at Loftus Road.

"We left the hotel after our pre-match and looking out the window Sean Dyche said to me, 'This is not looking good is it? I hope the game is not off!' And we were laughing about it!

"Then we got here, stepped out on the pitch and realised it was getting worse so it was the right decision, but it is very disappointing for us as it's been stop start in the last couple of months in terms of the weather and the FA Cup fixtures.

"But, we'll be back in to work tomorrow on the training pitch to focus on Saturday."

Malky thanked the hard-work of his medical staff and emphasised the importance they will play in the coming months.

"March is already busy - there are an awful lot of games coming up and this is where our fitness and medical team will be earning their money!

"They've been fantastic all season, they've kept the small squad very fit all season and it's going to be a test in the coming two months.

"It's even more important now how players look after themselves and how we look after them and it will be crucial in keeping everyone fit and making sure I get my best team out on the pitch." Watford

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