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AFC Bournemouth v Queens Park Rangers Your Report added at 09:55:44
A mistake, a combination of poor finishing, a good and sometimes lucky keeper and a very cynical opposition aided by a referee, who started well and got progressively worse. (as per the norm for him) He had lost control by the end. Haven't seen any replays or read any comments but Willock seemed to aggressively go after an opponent and swing out with his foot. If I am correct in what I think I saw, he is lucky to only get a yellow and not a three match ban.
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Stoke City v Queens Park Rangers Your Report added at 16:42:09
A great finish by Austin to some good work and another assist for Dykes. The game then turned in the 70th minute when we almost conceded an equaliser only to put together some passes and create a wonderful team goal, eventually finished by Kakay.

Deserved it though, overall the better team and injury ravaged Stoke, at times, looked very poor with hopeless corners and misplaced passes into touch.
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Stoke City v Queens Park Rangers Your Report added at 16:41:03
A great finish by Austin to some good work and another assist for Dykes. The game then turned in the 70th minute when we almost conceded an equaliser only to put together some passes and create a wonderful team goal, eventually finished by Kakay.

Deserved it though, overall the better team and injury ravaged Stoke, at times, looked very poor with hopeless corners and misplaced passes into touch.
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Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield Wednesday Your Report added at 10:12:14
They have some good players and were much better than either the scoreline or their season suggested. Bannon is so difficult to pick up (mark). Can't believe he has signed a new contract to, barring a complete set of results, play in league one. How many of the others will stay? We did well in the end to keep playing our way and 'get our rewards'.
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Queens Park Rangers v Coventry City Your Report added at 09:56:10
Very good performance. Players rested after the break and well drilled. Defence looked pressured under set pieces but survived intact. Concerned about De Wijs absence, we missed him on those corners and free kicks.

We now have to see if we have enough in the legs to keep that high energy, free flowing football going. Very pleasing today.
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Reading v Queens Park Rangers Your Report added at 11:17:18
Played pretty well apart from the first 5 mins and the 10/15 after they scored. Subs very good today, changed the game and with a better finishing and a bit more luck would have won the match. Another MOM from Dykes imho. I can't remember him playing a poor pass or losing a header.
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Queens Park Rangers v Barnsley Your Report added at 09:48:25
Very impressive in their spirit and commitment and very good in their 'style'* of play. They must have played more volleyed balls forward from their own half than I have ever seen a team play. Lots of head tennis thrown in as well. Did the ball ever touch the floor in their half in the second 45 minutes?

Great substitutions. Change all the forwards and keep the press from the front going for the entire game. Then quick to nullify our change to drop Charlie deeper by bringing on a marker. Each substitute seemed taller than the one he replaced.

We didn't have an answer though. Kept plugging away but couldn't get that second goal that might have taken them out of their comfort zone. We hadn't helped our cause either by giving away the free kick on the edge of the area, just after we had equalised. Questions too about the first goal and for once Seny couldn't get win his one on one t keep us in the game.

* reminded me of playground football, everybody crowd around the ball and kick it upfield at every opportunity.
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Queens Park Rangers v Brentford Your Report added at 11:22:53
Great result, all said elsewhere.

Well done to Mr Ward. Consistent to both teams, gave Ball and Toney lots of chances, all big decisions seemed correct and kept the lid on the feistiness. A bit bizarre when he booked Dieng but I suppose he had to make a point and it would only have mattered if Seny had managed to get another in the remaining minutes. Might have carded Toney a little earlier. Other than that all cards were about right.
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Cardiff City v Queens Park Rangers Your Report added at 11:36:53
Superb from Dieng, almost a 10. Dickie very good as usual. Dykes great effort and denied the goal he needs and deserved for being strong. A 'safe' decision in refereeing terms. Ditto Austin, his foot wasn't very high, the defender dived down to knee level. If his foot had been really high then it should have been a yellow. Also, a clear handball by Morrison in the early stages. So much as Dieng made great saves, it was a deserved three points. Bonne looks transformed at the moment, seems to run into intelligent positions and his passing is good as well. A good cameo from Kakay as well.
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Luton Town v Queens Park Rangers Your Report added at 11:45:58
Standard of overall play very good on a difficult pitch. Charlie gave everyone a lift and both goals were very well taken. Dickie was excellent, seems to be getting better and better.
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AFC Bournemouth v Queens Park Rangers Your Report added at 10:11:02
Good pressing put Bournemouth off their game. Unfortunately, we couldn't take the chances that we created in the first half. Second half we tired but fought a solid rear guard performance with the Cherries not getting a shot on target in the whole game. Well deserved point.
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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 12:47:00
Cameron edged MOM for me but after he was booked, I was very worried he might get a second yellow! Ball, Eze, Bright and Hugill also candidates and the rest of the team (and Chair) were all solid 7s on my marking.
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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 11:34:39


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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 10:32:04
This is my 50th year of going to Loftus Road and I cannot remember two consecutive results like this before. Shame we have to go back to playing English teams!
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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 18:12:27
Looked very nervous early on but grew in confidence as the game went on and well deserved at least a point.

Something to build on.
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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 12:20:11
Agree with the first parts of Geoff but Wells missed chances so MOM for me either Freeman or Luongo who played well throughout the game.
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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 10:54:14
Struggled to get to grips with the pressure that Rotherham exerted with pressing and numerous dead balls played into the box.

Last twenty minutes or so got on top as they tired and could have easily won it in the end.

Referee absolutely ineffectual and inconsistent. Did nothing to speed up play and two yellows for us but nothing for them.
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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 09:41:37
Difficult night, opponents all in your face, up for it and performing well. Difficult conditions with wind and rain and a complete prat of a referee. We couldn't settle, get any passing going, looked a lot like last season and had to thank Smithies from preventing a cricket score.

Then we got better, got a break with the sending off, overcame the setback of losing the skipper and a poorly conceded second goal, battled for every ball, got a bit of passing going and played our way back into the game. Something we didn't have much of last year and haven't seen this season yet. The comeback!

Well done lads, still uneaten at home
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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 09:34:29
Luongo mom for me, turning into Diakite with a brain!

Alex Baptiste! WOW! Where did that performance come from? What happened to the timid starts we saw previously? Was it just shifting him to the right that made such a difference.

Ipswich poor side, start to season a bit of a fluke, keeper kept them in it....but....could've snatched a point if it hadn't been for Lua Lua. What a cameo, brilliant cross, won three free kicks and kept playing into the corner to Smith. Saw the game out!
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Oldham Athletic v Salford City Your Report added at 11:56:46
Amazingly open and at times end to end game. More entertainment in the first eight mins than we have seen in a long time. Some important covering by Ned early on, on another day we could have been in a spot more bother. Don't want to put a dampener on it though, a very good performance all 'round and a great start.

Midfield pressing, in particular was excellent kept winning the ball back and pushing forward. Top marks to Ollie for getting this selection spot on. Mackie, Washington and Wsolek just need to shoot/ cross a little quicker but that should come with confidence.
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