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Championship and EFL Football

Discussion in 'General Football' started by Jordinho, 16 Feb 2014.

  1. paxtonwolf

    paxtonwolf Erik Thorstvedt

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    Is the owner's daughter there?
     
  2. Mumorn

    Mumorn Vic Buckingham

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    what a keeper butland is
     
  3. markysimmo

    markysimmo Johnny nice-tits

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    Some big games today

    Leicester v Ipswich, Brighton v Wolves, Burnley v Forest
     
  4. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Les Ferdinand

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    Brighton are at home to Wigan mate, wish i was there but no ticket going spare, could have always paid but i only like to pay when it is Spurs.
     
  5. Spurs852

    Spurs852 Michael Brown

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    No worries , he will be in Cardiff in August.
     
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    Spurs852 Michael Brown

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    A bunch of big names who have already passed their peak and are just enjoying probably the last well pay contract in their career.
    Play with no passion ( only Joey Barton ) and system . I will be more than happy as long as Carroll return in safe with no serious injury , can't see he could benefit anything of this mess.

    In contrast , Derby looked they want more from the 1st second til the final whistle, individually their player may not as good as QPR but they played like a team.
     
  7. Yiddo

    Yiddo Dean Richards

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    Connor Wickham is ****ing massive.
     
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    Yiddo Dean Richards

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    Leeds 1-0 up McCormack deflected free kick. He has already missed a penalty aswell.
     
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    Yiddo Dean Richards

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    QPR are so boring. Hoilett and Morrison are ****.
     
  10. paxtonwolf

    paxtonwolf Erik Thorstvedt

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    Jenas 1-1

    Can we loan him back for the NLD??
     
  11. paxtonwolf

    paxtonwolf Erik Thorstvedt

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    Is he is going to be the guest pundit for the Super Cup match....:lol:


    On a serious note. Leicester are romping this league. 3-0 up again tonight, at Barnsley. 13pts clear of 3rd now with a game in hand. 14 clear of QPR in 4th.
    Anyone know whats the earliest a team has been promoted to the Premiership becasue I am sure they wont be far off it
     
  12. paxtonwolf

    paxtonwolf Erik Thorstvedt

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    Leeds having a great 3 days.

    Lost 5-1 at home to Bolton on Saturday. 4-0 down at home tonight to Reading
     
  13. Jordinho

    Jordinho Clive Allen Staff Member

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    Serves them right. Hope they never come back up.

    QPR looking at a playoff spot at best.
     
  14. paxtonwolf

    paxtonwolf Erik Thorstvedt

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    Yes.

    Leicester nailed on for auto-promotion. Burnley should follow too. Looking forward to going to Leicester. Turf Moor (meh).

    Should be Derby,QPR play-offs, but the other places is 2 from 6 or 7.
    Wigan have got the games in hand, but might get sidetracked with the FA Cup. Usually get someone timing the run to come from nowhere. Ipswich maybe?
     
  15. paxtonwolf

    paxtonwolf Erik Thorstvedt

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    Just been looking at the League one and two tables

    I know plenty of people have no sympathy for Portsmouth as a club, but as my best friend is a massive Pompey fan I do feel a little sorry for him
    November 28,2008 Portsmouth 2 AC Milan 2 in the Uefa Cup
    Roll on 5 1/2 years and they are hovering 5pts above the drop zone having played a game more. They could be playing Chester and Southport next season if they dont watch out
     
  16. spurs' magna carter

    spurs' magna carter Ramon Vega

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    Really feel for my Dad right now, 75 mins gone and it's already

    Derby County 5-0 Nottingham Forest

    :(

    If you think we're the kings of end of season collapses then think again, every season is the same, even when Forest manage to cling onto their play-off place after being in a good position to challenge for the automatic places, which they've done again, they still can't even reach the play off final, failing at four play-off S/F attempts in the Championship and League 1. Pathetic.

    I think it's fair to say Billy Davies won't be at the club any longer come summer, this has happened during his first term (2008 -2013), last season and now this season, real deja vu.
     
  17. Jordinho

    Jordinho Clive Allen Staff Member

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    QPR hobbling along, will probably just about scrape a playoff spot.
     
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    paxtonwolf Erik Thorstvedt

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    Mentioned it a few posts ago,my best friend is a massive Portsmouth fan, he is getting very very nervous now. 3pts from dropping out of the Football League, this could be a bigger demise than Leeds.
    8 to go, only 3 at home. Apr 21 Northampton v Portsmouth will probably decide who is playing Conference football next season
     
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    Jordinho Clive Allen Staff Member

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    QPR boss Harry Redknapp faced an angry backlash from players after bungling Sheffield Wednesday travel plans

    Richard Dunne and Bobby Zamora are understood to be among players who travelled separately from the rest of the team

    Harry Redknapp is facing growing opposition from inside QPR amid criticism of the team’s preparations for last Tuesday’s 3-0 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday, according to sources.

    Club insiders say the Rangers boss suffered a player backlash after making the unusual decision to allow his men the option of either travelling to Sheffield by team bus on Monday or of heading up by train on the morning of the match.

    The issue is believed to have come to a head in the dressing room at Hillsborough when players reacted to Redknapp’s post-match criticism by voicing anger at what they saw as poor travel arrangements and preparation for the game.

    Redknapp’s grip on power has become increasingly tenuous since Sunday Mirror Sport revealed a fortnight ago that he will leave Loftus Road by mutual consent this summer if the club fail to win promotion to the Premier League. The 67-year-old travelled to Sheffield by train on the morning of the match with the majority of his team – although around six of them, including Richard Dunne and Bobby Zamora, had gone by up coach the previous day.

    The rest of the players met either at the club’s Harlington training ground on Tuesday morning or at St Pancras station for the train journey.

    Club insiders say that when Redknapp ripped into them after the defeat, he received an angry response from some players.

    Owner Tony Fernandes is determined not to sack Redknapp before the end of the season, despite a sharp slump in form which has seen their automatic promotion hopes vanish.

    But other directors are believed to have advised him to remove Redknapp sooner rather than later.

    QPR recently announced losses of £64.5million for last season’s Premier League relegation campaign. Under fair-play rules, they could face a huge fine if promoted back to the top flight or a transfer embargo should they remain in the Football League.

    Many Rangers players are believed to be unimpressed by training sessions since the departure of first-team coach Steve McClaren.

    Joey Barton and Clint Hill had a heated exchange after Richard Dunne’s sending-off, although the two players insist there is no ill-feeling.

    QPR chief executive Phil Beard admitted on Twitter that the performanace at Wednesday had been ‘simply not good enough’ and apologised to the club’s travelling fans.

    “The players were given the option of travelling up the night before or on the morning of the game,” said Redknapp after yesterday’s 3-1 win at Middlesbrough.

    “The club doctor and physio said it was important that some of them who have had injury problems, such as Junior Hoilett, Bobby Zamora and Richard Dunne, travel up the night before.

    “They were keen to do that anyway, and the team coach was laid on to take them up.”


    http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/qpr-boss-harry-redknapp-faced-3273504
     
  20. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Les Ferdinand

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    I think QPR have enough experience to get themselves back up into the prem.

    Did think Brighton would make a lat push for the play offs but do not think it will happen now. Millwall against Birmingham is a big game on Tuesday.
     

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