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Saturday, March 05, 2011

TEAMS: QPR vs Leicester


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Posted on: Sat 05 Mar 2011

QPR: Kenny, Orr, Hill, Derry, Hall, Taarabt, Helguson, Buzsaky, Faurlin, Routledge, Shittu.
Subs: Cerny, Connolly, Hulse, Smith, Vaagan Moen, Ephraim, Miller.

Leicester City: Ricardo, Oakley, King, Bruma, Naughton, Wellens, Abe, Yakubu, Bamba, Mee, Vassell.
Subs: Weale, Vitor, Moreno, Gallagher, Dyer, Waghorn, Berner.

- During the match, feel free to join in QPR Report Live Chat

- Millwall Vital Football Fan Survey re "Millwall's Football Hooligan Element"

- Marking 25 Years Today, since QPR's League Cup Semi-Final "Win" (draw) at Anfield

- "Spot The Ball, #3 - The answer!

- Richard Langley not to Aberdeen for now...Returning to Thailand.

- The Complete QPR Accounts (for Year Ending May 31, 2010)

- Gary Borrowdale May be Returning to QPR

- Leicester Previews/Comments

- A Leicester Perspective of Leicester Behind the Scenes

Enlarged Photo .... Memories of QPR vs Leicester

- Year Flashback: David Conn/The Guardian "Five questions fans need answered about their club's owners

- Insanity in Scotland

- Birmingham and Sunderland Financial Problems

- The Premiership Relegation "Race"/Battle

- Plymouth in Administration...Gary Johnson New Manager at Northampton


WBA Official Site - Miller staying put for now
Sat 05 Mar 2011
- ROY Hodgson admits he is monitoring Ishmael Miller - but has no immediate plans to recall the Baggies striker from his loan spell at QPR.
- The new head coach is happy for Miller to continue building on the seven appearances he has made for the Hoops since his January switch.
- The Baggies retain the right to recall Miller from his loan at any time.
- "We've only got two games in March and there's even a risk we might not have the Arsenal game if they draw with Manchester United in the FA Cup," said Hodgson.
- "I'm interested in Miller and we're following him closely.
- "But rather than bring him back here for a month's training, Neil Warnock's using him at QPR.
- "He's playing on a regular basis and I'm happy for him to stay there.
- "But we reserve the right to perhaps bring him back for the run-in, in April and May."
- Meanwhile, Hodgson, who has now been in the job for three weeks, says he knows what his best team is..." WBA

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