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Tuesday, October 09, 2012

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1962 Video vs Hinkley
VIDEO: QPR  last-kick-of-game Winner by STAN BOWLES vs in the 1973/74 FA CUP Fifth Round Replay

VIDEO: vs from 1962 

VIDEO   vs in the FA Cup - From 1958


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QPR boss remains convinced his job is safe

Mark Hughes has again shrugged off speculation about his future as QPR manager.

Harry Redknapp has been touted as a possible replacement for the Welshman, whose team are bottom of the table and yet to win a league game this season despite more big spending during the summer.

Fernandes has backed Hughes.

But Hughes says he still has the full support of Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes and vice-chairman Amit Bhatia.

“I speak to both Tony and Amit all the time and they’re very supportive of what we’re doing,” Hughes insisted.

“They see the changes we’ve made to the club, not only in terms of personnel but also mentality.

“They understand what’s required in terms of building a club and they see the massive changes we’ve made to the club in a short space of time.”


QPR Official Site

10:00 9th October 2012

R's gaffer praises effort and impact of Taarabt at West Brom

...ADEL Taarabt made it two stunning goals in as many games on Saturday, and his efforts at West Brom have earned the praise of manager Mark Hughes.

The Moroccan followed up on his 25-yard strike against West Ham on Monday by netting a sensational volley at the Hawthorns to get QPR back into the game just before the interval after the Baggies had stormed into a two-goal lead.

It wasn’t enough to turn the game in Rangers’ favour but gaffer Mark Hughes was keen to praise the effort and impact of his No.10, despite the 3-2 loss.

"I thought Adel was excellent for us,” Hughes told www.qpr.co.uk “He came back against West Ham and performed really well from the bench, so he fully-merited his place in the starting line-up on Saturday.

“He was one of the few bright sparks for us, along with Ryan Nelsen who I thought was absolutely outstanding.

“We need everybody to put in performances which will allow us to get results. At the moment we haven’t got that platform to build upon.”

With no fixture for two weeks owing to the international break, Hughes says he and his management team are keen to spend quality time with the squad.

“We haven’t got many players away during this break so we will make sure that we put the work in on the training pitch and re-emphasise the fundamentals which we have been talking about for the last few weeks,” he said.

“We have to make sure that nobody is in any doubt about exactly what is required from them.

“We are not happy with the situation we find ourselves in because we believe we are a better side than that.”


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