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Thursday, July 21, 2011

QPR Report Thursday Update: Warnock on No Money.... QPR Teams Beat Plymouth and Boreham Woods...Bothroyd: MINOR Injury

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Jacob Murtagh/Fulham Chronicle - QPR set to miss out on Spurs defender

QPR look set to miss out on Tottenham Hotspur defender Kyle Naughton after Norwich City hijacked the deal at the 11th hour.
Rangers were lining up a loan move for the full-back, who played under boss Neil Warnock at Sheffield United.
But Norwich look to have beaten QPR to the 22-year-old after agreeing a fee with Spurs. Fulham Chronicle

Sky Sports/ James Pearson - Warnock not expecting Adel cash
Rs boss say says playmaker's sale will not swell coffers

- QPR manager Neil Warnock is not expecting his transfer budget to increase should star man Adel Taarabt join Paris Saint Germain.
- The Frenchman is wanted by the Ligue 1 giants, who have recently increased their offer for the ex-Tottenham playmaker.
- R's co-owner Flavio Briatore is currently holding talks with the Parc des Princes outfit and if Warnock is being honest, he hopes the talks fail to bear fruit.
- Even if PSG land their man in a big-money deal Warnock has confirmed that his sale will not swell the coffers as he looks to keep the Loftus Road outfit in the top-flight this season.
- Survival
- "Flavio Briatore is dealing with all the transfers at the moment. He's dealing with PSG and Adel himself," he told Sky Sports News.
- "I've just got to wait until he tells me one way or another. It would be nice to get it done because we've got to plan ahead.
- "Adel wins matches. He would set the Premier League on fire. I hope things break down if I'm honest.
- "You've just got to move on. I don't think I'll be getting any of the money. I've just got to look for Bosmans and look for shrewd acquisitions, loan players etc.
- "Try and do it on the smallest transfer fee there's ever been. We'll be trying to survive on that.
" Skysports

Plymouth vs QPR

QPR Official Site - PLYMOUTH 0, QPR 1

QPR Tweet "QPR FC - NW ON BOTHROYD INJURY: 'It’s nothing serious, just a slight knock. But in pre-season, you don’t take any risks, which is why we whipped him straight off.' #QPR


R's gaffer Neil Warnock has moved quickly to reassure fans after striker Jay Bothroyd came off in the 31st minute of our 1-0 win over Plymouth Argyle this evening.

The recent signing was substituted after a seemingly innocuous challenge on his QPR debut, leading to understandable concern from the travelling R's support.

But Warnock told www.qpr.co.uk after the game: "It's nothing serious for Jay, it was just a slight knock.

"But in pre-season you don't take any risks, which is why we whipped him straight off."

Rangers won the game with a 90th minute header from Heidar Helguson - who replaced Bothroyd - and Warnock added: "This was a good workout for us and had a nice competitive edge about it.

"We have still got three-and-a-half weeks to go until the season starts and I am sure we will be raring to go when the Bolton game comes around."

Along with Bothroyd, Kieron Dyer also made his R's debut this evening at Home Park and the former West Ham midfielder looked strong as he completed 72 minutes of action.

"He is a little jewel," said Warnock. "I like him - I have since day one when I met him. I think he wanted to play the whole game but we've got to tread a bit carefully with him for the time being."

Interestingly, the match also saw Alejandro Faurlin captain the side for the third consecutive pre-season fixture, and Warnock explained: "I thought about it and decided that I wanted to give it to the same person during pre-season.

"I have told him that it is nothing definite yet, I will have a look at it during pre-season and see how it goes.

"Do I think he's captain material? Well, I wouldn't have given it to him if I didn't!"

A crowd of 5,021 turned out for the match, which was Argyle keeper Romain Larrieu's testimonial, and Warnock - a former Manager at Home Park - said: "The Green Army are brilliant.

"They go all over the country - they've got to drive for two hours before they see any civilisation so you've got to be dedicated to be a Plymouth Argyle fan, especially away from home!

"They turned out in good numbers for Romain tonight, and he deserved it because he has put ten years in here and has worked very hard.

"And he showed this evening that he is still a good keeper as well."

After three victories, QPR now prepare for Friday's trip to Bodmin Town before jetting out to Italy next Monday, and Warnock added: "Pre-season is going alright at the minute.

"We've still got quite a way to go but the important thing is to be ready for the first game of the season, not now. We want to be spot on for 13th August." QPR

QPR Official Site - Plymouth 0 QPR 1

Heidar Helguson's 90th-minute strike clinched a 1-0 win for QPR against Plymouth Argyle at Home Park.

A close encounter for the duration of the 90 minutes, both sides did had chances to win this testimonial held for long-serving Pilgrims custodian Romain Larrieu, but it was ultimately Rangers who claimed the narrowest of wins.

Petter Vaagan Moen's corner fell perfectly for Helguson from close-range and the Icelandic front-man made no mistake thereafter, nodding a downward header to the ground before the ball bounced into the back of the net.

Meanwhile, Jay Bothroyd was taken off on the half-hour mark after a seemingly harmless challenge, and Rangers boss Neil Warnock will be hoping that the extent of that injury isn't too serious.

Warnock handed new signings Bothroyd and Kieron Dyer places in the starting XI at Home Park, whilst Paddy Kenny also returned for Rangers.

Kenny was in goal for the R's, with Bradley Orr, Fitz Hall, former West Ham centre-back and trialist Danny Gabbidon and Clint Hill making up the Hoops' rearguard.

Shaun Derry and skipper on the night Faurlin were in defensive midfield, behind attacking trio Tommy Smith, Dyer and Hogan Ephraim.

Striker Bothroyd led the QPR attack.

Frenchman Larrieu entered the field of play prior to kick-off to a guard of honour from both sets of players, as well as a warm welcome from the Plymouth and travelling R's supporters.

There was little to choose between the two sides in opening 10 minutes in terms of clear-cut opportunities, though Argyle - the their credit - looked to push as many bodies forward as possible with every attack.

Rangers had the first attempt at goal. Dyer was hauled to the ground 30 yards from goal, before Bothroyd lashed the resultant free-kick over the bar.

Just a few minutes later, play switched to the other end.

A ball from deep put Andres Gurreiri though on goal for the home side, but Hall tracked back to come the Rangers' rescue, with his sliding intervention ricocheting off the Plymouth man for a goal kick.

The R's were soon back on the attack. Orr's free-kick on halfway found Hall in the box, who rose highest to force a smart stop from Larrieu, with the keeper diving to his right to collect the ball.

Bothroyd was replaced by Heidar Helguson just past the half-hour mark, after a seemingly innocuous challenge.

A mishap from subject of the evening Larrieu almost gifted Rangers the lead.

The Argyle keeper's short pass out of the box was too heavy for Curtis Nelson to control and, when Derry eventually won possession and squared for Dyer on 18 yards, his snap-shot curled just over the crossbar.

Plymouth nearly caught the R's on the break on the stroke of half-time.

A free-flowing move ended with the ball falling to former Hoops midfielder Simon Walton on the edge of the box, whose low effort was deflected wide of the target.

Rangers made four changes at the break, with a trialist, Matt Connolly, Vaagan Moen and Patrick Agyemang on for Hall, Hill, Derry and Smith respectively.

The second period started in similar vein to the first, with little to choose between the two sides.

Plymouth had opening chance of the half, with Gurreiri breaking free down the left, before his teasing cross only just evaded the onrushing Tom Hitchcock.

Just past the hour mark, Argyle were again on the attack.

Carl Fletcher's perfectly-weighted pass found Gurreiri on the left and, when his cross fizzed into the near post, Orr slid across to knock the ball to safety.

Soon after, Gurreiri was again involved. He latched on to Robbie Williams' pass down the left-hand side before his cross fell to Stephane Zubar 16-yards out, whose bullet effort went just over the bar.

The R's made four further changes with just under 20 minutes to play - and almost took the lead from one of them.

Danny Shittu was introduced at the expense of namesake Gabbidon and, when Faurlin's in-swinging free-kick from the right was met by the Nigerian international at the back post, his stabbed effort forced a fantastic reaction save from Larrieu, who pushed the ball wide before Argyle cleared the danger.

But Rangers weren't to be denied and snatched victory late on.

The R's won a corner on the right and, after Vaagan Moen's corner fell on to the head of Helguson, he made no mistake with his effort to clinch the win.

Plymouth Argyle: Larrieu, Zubar, Williams, Fletcher, Soukouna, Nelson, Daley (Young 69), Walton (Copp 61), Hitchcock, Sims, Gurreiri (Harper-Penman 82).

Subs not used: Cole, Richards, Pearce.

QPR: Kenny (Cerny 72), Orr (Ramage 72), Hill (Connolly 46), Derry (Vaagan Moen 46), Hall (Trialist 46), Gabbidon (Shittu 72), Ephraim, Dyer (Webber 72), Bothroyd (Helguson 31), Smith (Agyemang 46), Faurlin. Goals: Helguson (90) QPR

Plymouth Herald - Plymouth Argyle 0 QPR 1 as Pilgrims impress on Romain's night

ON A memorable night for Romain Larrieu, Argyle responded by putting in a spirited performance against Premier League newcomers Queens Park Rangers.

Larrieu's testimonial match, in honour of more than 10 years of dedicated service to the Pilgrims, ended in a 1-0 defeat.

But, as was the case when Argyle lost 3-2 to Bristol City at Home Park last Friday, there was a lot for manager Peter Reid to be enthused about.

Larrieu seemed set to keep a clean sheet until QPR broke the deadlock in the 86th minute.

That was when Rangers' striker Heidar Helguson, a scourge of the Pilgrims in the past, headed home from a corner.

Despite the disappointment of that late goal, Argyle offered encouraging signs for the fast approaching new Football League season.

There is still a lot of work to be done before then in assembling a larger squad, but they played with real purpose against QPR.

Larrieu made his first appearance of pre-season, behind a defence which included the returning Stephane Zubar.

Jake Cole had been between the posts for the Pilgrims in their previous game, a 3-2 home defeat by Bristol City last Friday.

Cole has since agreed a two-year contract with Argyle and will compete with Larrieu for a first team spot this season.

Zubar played at right-back after committing his future to the club the previous day.

He had been out of contract with the Pilgrims at the end of last term, but has now also accepted the offer of a two-year deal.

Argyle's starting line-up featured one trialist – left-sided midfielder Andres Gurrieri.

The 22-year-old, who holds dual Argentine and Italian citizenship, played for Sud America in Uruguay's second division last season.

On-loan striker Tom Hitchcock led the Argyle attack with apprentice Jared Sims.

QPR's former Pilgrims' boss Neil Warnock put out a strong side, as the west London club continued to prepare for their return to the Premier League.

Their team included new recruits, striker Jay Bothroyd and midfielder Kieron Dyer.

The French flag, the tricolore, had flown above the Devonport End all day, in tribute to Larrieu.

Both teams formed a guard of honour as Larrieu walked out onto the pitch with his oldest son, Oscar.

As they did so, La Marseillaise – the French national anthem, rang out over the PA system.

Argyle made a positive start to the match, with some good attacking play from right-sided midfielder Luke Daley inside the first minute.

He almost succeeded in picking out Hitchcock with a clipped cross into the penalty area, only for towering QPR centre-back Fitz Hall to cut it out – using all of his 6ft 4in height.

There was a chance for Gurrieri in the 14th minute when he darted behind Hall to get on the end of a flick on.

However, the QPR defender challenged Gurrieri as he was about to shoot and the ball went tamely wide of the left post.

Larrieu was called into the action for the first time in the 17th minute when he made a comfortable save from Hall's header following a free-kick into the penalty area.

Argyle continued to take the game to a sluggish QPR side, with Sims giving a good account of himself against Rangers' experienced centre-backs – Hall and Danny Gabbidon.

Bothroyd did not last half-an-hour as he suffered an injury in an innocuous tackle and was replaced by Helguson.

Gabbidon had to be sure of his header back to 'keeper Paddy Kenny, under pressure from Hitchcock, after Daley lobbed the ball over the top of the centre-back in the 32nd minute.

Dyer fired wide for QPR from 20 yards, in what was a rare attack from the visitors, before Argyle captain Carl Fletcher sent a rising shot over the crossbar from a similar distance.

Former QPR midfielder Simon Walton then saw his drive deflect off Shaun Derry and narrowly wide for a corner.

That was to be the last action of the first half, with Argyle more than holding than own against QPR.

QPR made four substitutions at the start of the second period, with Hall one of those to make way, but the Pilgrims were unchanged.

Argyle continued to show promise as an attacking threat, with 17-year-old Sims almost getting on the end of one excellent low cross from Gurrieri in the 51st minute.

QPR were now playing at a higher tempo, however, and started to apply some pressure for the first time in the match.

Pilgrims' apprentice Jordan Copp was a 56th minute substitute for Walton.

Gurrieri was impressing for Argyle with his workrate, while French centre-back Ladji Soukouna put in a solid display.

He is very similar in many ways to former Pilgrims' defender Reda Johnson, who was sold to Sheffield Wednesday in January.

Zubar volleyed wide at the far post in the 63rd minute, from one of a series of left-wing crosses from the tricky Gurrieri.

Daley was substituted soon afterwards because of an injury, and Luke Young took over from him.

QPR sent on man mountain centre-back Danny Shittu in the 68th minute and he almost scored with his first touch.

Midfielder Alejandro Faurlin aimed a free-kick deep to Shittu, beyond the far post, and his sidefoot shot was superbly clawed away by Larrieu.

It was a special save on a special night for the 34-year-old.

Argyle left-back Robbie Williams then had a 20-yard free-kick saved by QPR's substitute 'keeper Radek Cerny as the game remained goal-less.

Gurrieri was substituted in the 78th minute, with Jed Harper-Penman replacing.

The loud applause from the Green Army suggested they had certainly been impressed by the Argyle trialist.

Just when it appeared as though both sides had settled for a 0-0 draw, QPR struck.

Helguson headed home at the far post in the 86th minute, from a corner taken by substitute Petter Vaagan Moen.

That goal proved to be decisive in the end, but it did not take the gloss off a memorable night for Larrieu.

Romain Larrieu; Stephane Zubar, Curtis Nelson, Ladji Williams, Robbie Williams; Luke Daley (Luke Daley 65 mins), Simon Walton (Jordan Copp 56 mins), Carl Fletcher, Andres Gurrieri (Jed Harper-Penman 78 mins); Tom Hitchcock, Jared Sims.
Substitutes (not used): Jake Cole (gk), Jamie Richards, Jordan Pearce.
Paddy Kenny (Radek Cerny 68 mins); Bradley Orr (Peter Ramage 68 mins), Fitz Hall (Bruno Perone h/t), Danny Gabbidon (Danny Shittu 68 mins), Clint Hill (Matthew Connolly h/t); Tommy Smith (Patrick Agyemang h/t), Shaun Derry (Petter Vaagan Moen h/t), Alejandro Faurlin, Hogan Ephraim; Kieron Dyer (Danny Webber 68 mins), Jay Bothroyd (Heidar Helguson 29 mins).
REFEREE: Mark Halsey (Lancashire) ATTENDANCE: 5,021
GOALS – Argyle: None; QPR: Helguson 86 mins Plymouth Herald

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Boreham Woods Official Site - That’s Entertainment!
July 20, 2011 by Boreham Wood FC

Pre-Season Friendly - Boreham Wood 1 QPR X1 3 By John Mead

Ian Allinson can take many positives from this performance as he looks to hone his Squad to an affordable size. The score was rather harsh on Wood, who dominated the second half against an accomplished and skillful youthful Rangers side.

For the spectator it was a real value for money evening with both sides contributing to a match of high quality.

Wood went behind after nine minutes to a goal that was worth the entrance fee alone. The ball fell to Brad Simmons thirty yards from goal and his screamer of a volley was never going anywhere other than the top left hand corner of the net.

The Hoops did very well in closing Wood down and in defence the local side relied on a fine challenge from James Smith to rob Antonio German of a fine scoring opportunity. However Wood never totally cleared from the attack and when Bruno Andrade skinned Luke Garrard running into the penalty area he tempted the Wood Captain on the night to stick out a leg. This allowed German to send
Michael Jordan the wrong way from the penalty spot after twenty-two minutes.

German nearly increased the lead further with a brilliant first touch and follow up shot that drew a fine stop from Jordan. Orchestrated throughout by the impressive Daryl McMahon Wood finished the half the stronger side. Stringing together eight one touch passes McMahon then supplied the cross for triallist Evandro Delgado who tested Gaz Deane in the Rangers goal.

The momentum paid off when Barrie Matthews supplied Ellliott Godfrey, who played a lovely one two with Ali Chaaban who sent the Canadian born striker through on goal. His back heeled finish into the bottom left hand corner was a fine end to a quality move, reducing the deficit after forty-one minutes.

Ian Allinson made four half time Substitutions which resulted in his side dominating proceedings. There was a renewed solidity to Wood’s shape and they held possession for long periods. Morice Sharif managed a shot that went just wide in a rare moment of possession for the visitors

Chaaban sprinkled his quality feeding McMahon, who wide on the right hit a blistering rising drive that was only repelled by a breathtaking fingertip save from Deane. After 73 minutes the young and the not so young joined the Wood attack when Simeon Akinola and Lawrence Yaku entered the fray. McMahon picked out Akinola from a right sided corner whose downward header looked like a certain and well deserved equaliser, only for a defender to somehow deflect the effort onto a post.

Two minutes later and Akinola rose again with his header falling to Yaku who miss-hit wide of the target. Then against the run of play Rangers broke down the right. Jake Downs delivered a fine ball for Connor Hubble to run onto and his diving glancing header left Cameron Baker-Owers in the Wood goal little chance. The final score in no way reflected the overall game, with Wood unfortunate not to have influenced the result further.

Team: Jordan (Sub – Baker-Owers 81 mins.), Sankofa, Kamara (Sub – Hunter 45 mins.), Garrard, Smith, E. Brathwaite (Sub – D. Brathwaite 45 mins.), Matthews (Sub – Ademola 45 mins.), McMahon, Chaaban (Sub – Yaku 73 mins.), Godfrey (Sub – Akinola 73 mins.), Delgado (Sub – Lawal 45 mins.).

Goals: Boreham Wood: Godfrey 41. QPR: Simmons 9, German 22 pen., Hubble 85 Boreham Woods

Ian Cooper/London24 - Mick Jones: Board’s backing will be crucial to QPR’s success

QPR assistant manager Mick Jones believes the club can only flourish in the Premier League this season if boss Neil Warnock receives the full support of the board.

Jones defended the limited transfer budget available to Warnock, insisting the Rs boss’s track record in the transfer window proves he is still capable of pulling off some astute signings in the coming weeks.

But just days after Warnock revealed he was under instructions ‘not to spend transfer fees this summer’, with potentially only just over £1m available, Jones pointed out that, as with any club, the owners and management must work together.

Jones told the Times: “Every manager needs backing, if you don’t get backing then you can’t be successful. But Neil’s never been a big spender in the transfer window. I wouldn’t say it’s a frustrating time, it’s part and parcel of football.”

England international Jay Bothroyd and Premier League veteran Kieron Dyer have both been snapped up on free transfers by Warnock, who is now attempting to recruit two more free agents, former West Ham centre-back Danny Gabbidon and Jason Puncheon from Southampton.

But the impending departure of prize asset Adel Taarabt looks set to leave a gaping hole in QPR’s midfield, leaving Warnock with some serious work to do ahead of the new season.

However, Jones says the acquisition of England international Bothroyd, who was Rangers’ main target this summer, highlights Warnock’s ability in the transfer window, and he believes the manager will show similar tenacity when it comes to filling the void left by the Moroccan international.

“Jay [Bothroyd] was our number one target this summer, I’d say that Neil Warnock had been monitoring him from last January,” added Jones.

“At times last season he was brilliant. I know a couple of other Premier League clubs wanted him, so we’ve done well to get him.

“It looks like Adel’s going to go, but to be honest that’s something we’ve had to face up to since the end of last season.

“Nineteen goals, you can’t argue with that. PSG are one of the richest clubs in Europe right now, and you can’t ignore the sort of money they are offering.”

This week Warnock turned his attention to Gabbidon and Puncheon, with Wales international Gabbidon joining the Super Hoops’ squad for the pre-season trip to the West Country.

Puncheon, who impressed last season with relegated Blackpool, will also sign if he can agree personal terms, while Warnock has also handed a trial to Ipswich keeper Brian Murphy.

“We have to carry on as before with the budget I’ve agreed with Flavio [Briatore]. I’m still looking to strengthen all over the pitch – I’d say we need a striker, a centre-half, possibly another midfielder and certainly another goalkeeper,” said Warnock. London24


Posted on: Wed 20 Jul 2011

'We've had the wet weather this week but that's not unusual in Devon and Cornwall.

It's a nice part of the country - a good one to get away from everything. I used to have a house down here and Neil Warnock still has.

It's a good environment and one that we're used to. We know the hotel, the food and the training grounds - I think it's a great week.

And it's been fantastic so far. The preparation's been good, the spirit is too.

We've brought a few new players here, with some of them on trial.

They've fitted in fantastically with the players that we've already got and it's looking very good.

Both Jay Bothroyd and Kieron Dyer will get a run-out tonight at Plymouth, whether that's starting or featuring in the second half.

Home Park has a fantastic pitch and we're anticipating a good crowd.

The players that we currently have on trial have all impressed.

Danny Gabbidon's quality and class is clear to everyone at the Club, so who knows what will happen.

There's a long way to go yet before the first game of the season.

If we can get everything we can out of the players that we've currently got, and bring some new faces in, then we'll all look forward to that game against Bolton.

Neil is beavering away in an attempt to bring players in and I must say, it's relentless.

The phone is non-stop. Nine tenths of my phone calls are now agents, because everyone is trying to do business, but we've got to look for players who are Premier League quality.

We've all got names in our heads and we sit down, talk to the Manager and he's got people who he'd prefer.

I throw names at Neil and sometimes he'll say 'no, I don't fancy him.' So it's a process of elimination, until we try and get who we want.

We won 13-0 at Tavistock on Monday evening. Gabbidon came in and he needed that game under his belt.

Danny Webber looked full of himself too and Petter Vaagan Moen scored a nice goal.

We said to Petter 'if you don't score in this game then there's something wrong with you' - and he celebrated like he'd just scored a World Cup goal for Norway!

Petter didn't get many opportunities last season, but if he's going to break through, the time's right now.

The Premier League might possibly suit his game better.

I watched him play a few times for Norway and Brann, and saw a lad who can run all day.

He's very, very athletic and his goalscoring record in Norway stands out, as does his international record.

We're off to Italy next week. It worked well last year, and that's why we're repeating it.

That's the case with Cornwall too. It works here because Neil knows the environment and brings everybody together.

The players actually live on top of each other. If you don't get to know your team mates down here, then you never will.

Italy will certainly be more tactical, mainly because we're coming up against better opposition.

It's a slow process of building up to the real thing.

You can't argue with a tried and tested pre-season, not one that's survived over 21 years!

Sometimes we'll change it if, say, Strength and Condition Coach Carl Serrant or Keith Curle make a suggestion, because the Manager is very open minded.

But, by and large, this works for us.

Finally, I can't go without mentioning the Ryder Cup style golf event that we had between the staff and players earlier in the week - even though we got battered!

Last year, myself and Kit Man Gary Doyle won it on the last hole, but it wasn't to be this year.

Peter Ramage and a few of the lads are good golfers and made their minds up that it wasn't going to happen again!' QPR


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