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Posted on: Wed 03 Feb 2010

Lee Cook has revealed his delight at returning to First Team action following a long spell on the sidelines.

The R's fans' favourite entered the fray with 15 minutes to go against Sc*n*horpe United at Loftus Road on Saturday, and produced a cameo display, rolling back the years with a series of sublime touches and pin-point crosses.

Speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk, Cook spoke of his pride at pulling on the famous Blue and White hooped jersey once again.

"Just to hear the fans cheer my name in the warm-up would have been enough, but to get on for the last quarter of an hour or so was magic," he said.

"I felt great out there. I felt fit, sharp and comfortable on the ball.

"I managed to get a few crosses in as well, so it's another hugely positive step in the right direction for me."

After two Reserve outings and Saturday's brief appearance against The Iron, Cook is now in determined mood to nail down a starting berth against Peterborough United this weekend.

"That would be the next step for me," he said.

"I'm keen to start matches as soon as possible, but ultimately that decision rests with Mick (Harford) and the medical department.

"However, I feel as though I'm ready, so we'll just have to wait and see."

Cook describes the news of Mark Cooper's departure and Jim Gannon's subsequent appointment at Posh as 'sod's law' for the R's, but insists the 'new Manager syndrome' won't affect him and his team-mates.

"It sums up our luck really doesn't it," he said.

"They'll all be going that extra yard to impress their new gaffer, but we still believe we have the quality to go there and get a result.

"We did okay against Sc*n*horpe and definitely deserved to get something from the game, so we'll head their in determined mood." QPR

Posted on: Wed 03 Feb 2010

Are you an adult or junior amateur club or community group looking for funding to develop your Club?

Are you looking to develop coaches, referees and young players?

Do you want to play a bigger role in football in West London?

QPR in the Community Trust, Middlesex County FA and Kick It Out would like to invite you to an evening forum for grassroots Clubs and community groups in West London.

The event will include:

- A panel discussion with key decision makers within the game, including former QPR player Clive Wilson and current player Mikele Leigertwood

- Presentations addressing local community needs through sport

- Awards ceremony for local projects

- Help with funding, volunteering and running football activities

Wednesday 24th February


W12 Club
Queens Park Rangers FC
Loftus Road Stadium
South Africa Road
London W12 7PJ

Refreshments will be provided.

To book your FREE place please contact Kevin Coleman at Kick It Out on email kevin@kickitout.org or call 0207 684 4884 QPR


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1 Newcastle 27 27 56
2 Nottm Forest 28 23 52
3 West Brom 27 26 50
4 Cardiff 27 22 45
5 Swansea 27 3 42
6 Sheff Utd 28 1 41

7 Blackpool 27 10 40
8 Leicester 26 2 39
9 Middlesbrough 28 7 37
10 Bristol City 27 -4 36
11 Barnsley 27 -5 36
12 Watford 27 -3 35
13 Preston 27 -5 35
14 QPR 27 -4 34
15 Doncaster 26 -1 33
16 Coventry 28 -8 33
17 Sc*n*horpe 27 -13 33
18 Derby 28 -11 32
19 Sheff Wed 28 -12 31
20 Crystal Palace 27 2 30
21 Ipswich 27 -8 29

22 Reading 27 -16 26
23 Plymouth 26 -14 24
24 Peterborough 28 -19 18

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