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Monday, April 19, 2010

QPR Report Monday Snippets..Warnock on QPR Reaching Safety

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--------------------------- QPR SAFE!
. Sheffield Wednesday drew against Sheffield United yesterday. QPR are now mathematically safe - regardless of what QPR or the other teams do this season (Last Game of the season: Sheffield Wednesday play Crystal Palace.) - UPDATED TABLE

QPR Official Site - NW: 'SAFETY NOT SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE' - Neil Warnock spoke of his delight this morning that his QPR side are now guaranteed Championship football next season - but insists it's not something to celebrate.
- Sheffield Wednesday's failure to beat Steel City rivals Sheffield United on Sunday lunchtime means the R's are now assured of their Championship status.
- Speaking to www.qpr.co.uk, Warnock said: "It (safety) was the first objective when we arrived here.
- "We've reached that and I'm delighted, but let's be perfectly honest, it's not something to harp on about.
- "It's not exactly something to celebrate.
- "We should be competing towards the top end of this division with the players we have, but it's been a season of upheaval for one reason or another and now we can look towards next season knowing our Championship status is assured." QPR

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