Wednesday, December 12, 2012

QPR Report Wednesday: Tony Fernandes Tweets Heard Around the World...Next Fulham...Flashbacks...QPR After 16 Games Last Season

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Tony Fernandes sent a couple of tweets yesterday re QPR. They turn into major stories throughout the media.
-  “@tonyfernandes: Its been nothing short of a disaster. Its not where we are. But boy we put so much effort into this. Good honest effort.”
- Keep your spirits up. Laughing smiling and being positive helps. Won't leave any stone unturned to try fix this. tough as it is. Hopefully santa gives us some early presents.
- “@tonyfernandes: Will keep my normal transparent self and come say hello to as many rangers fans on saturday.”













This time LAST Year after 16 games 


1 (1) Manchester City 16 13 2 1 50 15 35 41
2 (2) Manchester United 16 12 3 1 37 14 23 39
3 (3) Tottenham Hotspur 15 11 1 3 31 18 13 34
4 (4) Chelsea 16 10 2 4 34 19 15 32
5 (5) Arsenal 16 9 2 5 31 24 7 29
6 (6) Liverpool 16 8 5 3 20 13 7 29
7 (7) Newcastle United 16 7 6 3 21 19 2 27
8 (8) Stoke City 16 7 3 6 18 25 -7 24
9 (9) Norwich City 17 5 6 6 27 31 -4 21
10 (10) Aston Villa 16 4 7 5 18 21 -3 19
11 (11) Fulham 16 4 6 6 18 18 0 18
12 (12) Swansea City 16 4 6 6 16 20 -4 18
13 (13) West Bromwich Albion 16 5 3 8 16 24 -8 18
14 (14) Everton 15 5 2 8 16 19 -3 17
15 (15) Queens Park Rangers 16 4 4 8 15 28 -13 16
16 (17) Wolverhampton Wanderers 17 4 3 10 19 32 -13 15
17 (16) Sunderland 16 3 5 8 18 19 -1 14

18 (18) Wigan Athletic 16 3 4 9 15 30 -15 13
19 (20) Bolton Wanderers 17 4 0 13 22 39 -17 12
20 (19) Blackburn Rovers 17 2 4 11 24 38 -14 10


AND LAST Season in January AFTER AXED WARNOCK and Hughes First Game (LOSS)

1 (1) Manchester City 20 15 3 2 56 16 40 48
2 (2) Manchester United 21 15 3 3 52 20 32 48
3 (3) Tottenham Hotspur 21 14 4 3 39 21 18 46
4 (4) Chelsea 21 12 4 5 40 25 15 40
5 (5) Arsenal 21 11 3 7 38 31 7 36
6 (7) Newcastle United 21 10 6 5 30 25 5 36
7 (6) Liverpool 21 9 8 4 24 18 6 35
8 (8) Stoke City 21 8 6 7 22 31 -9 30
9 (9) Norwich City 21 7 7 7 32 36 -4 28
10 (13) Swansea City 21 6 8 7 23 25 -2 26
11 (10) Everton 21 7 4 10 21 25 -4 25
12 (11) Sunderland 21 6 6 9 27 24 3 24
13 (12) Aston Villa 21 5 9 7 23 27 -4 24
14 (14) Fulham 21 5 8 8 23 29 -6 23
15 (15) West Bromwich Albion 21 6 4 11 20 30 -10 22
16 (16) Wolverhampton Wanderers 21 4 6 11 23 37 -14 18
17 (17) Blackburn Rovers 21 4 5 12 32 44 -12 17
18 (18) Queens Park Rangers 21 4 5 12 19 36 -17 17
19 (19) Bolton Wanderers 21 5 1 15 25 46 -21 16
20 (20) Wigan Athletic 20 3 6 11 18 41 -23 15



Football 365 -Redknapp struggling for sleep
Harry Redknapp admits Queens Park Rangers' struggles at the foot of the Premier League table are keeping him awake
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Harry Redknapp: Charged with the task of steering QPR to Premier League safety

Redknapp has only been in the Loftus Road hot-seat for a fortnight, but he is already feeling the pressure which accompanies a top-flight basement battle.

QPR remain winless 16 games into the 2012/13 campaign and have already slipped eight points adrift of safety.

Redknapp concedes that trying to mastermind a survival bid is giving him sleepless nights, with one of the most experienced managers in the business painfully aware of the size of the task he has inherited from predecessor Mark Hughes.

"I've got stuff on my mind and it's not been easy (to sleep)," he said in the Evening Standard.

"I was sleeping very well two weeks until I came back to work. It's more difficult because you're lying there waiting for that alarm clock to go off very early.

"You're thinking what you can do, how you can improve it, what's the best team, who can play where? It's a tough job."

While Redknapp is still working on a winning formula, QPR skipper Ryan Nelsen believes performances have improved under the new boss.

He said: "I think we've been a lot better. We've had two awkward away games and got points out of them, so we have to take the positives." Football 365




Kenny; Walker, Connolly, Gorkss, Hill; Derry, Faurlin (Orr 59); Mackie, Taarabt (Clarke 59) Smith; Helguson (Hulse 70). Subs: Cerny (g), Hall, Rowlands, Ephraim.


Hanukkah Greetings from QPR 
-  "Wishing all our Jewish  fans around the world a happy Hanukkah