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Discussion in 'Korean Players Abroad' started by pourmood, Sep 13, 2012.
is it tactics...lack of or players' lack of execution?
Just watched it. I think anyone can see that QPR will improve over time. There are enough signs to keep patient.
I think PJS played fine. He was so good at cutting off Spurs runs. Zamora was frustrating to watch. Way too slow in movements. QPR I think need different type of strikers than Zamora and Cissse. Both big and slow.
PJS' passes were off an inch all day and he was struggling for gas there with quite some time left...
PJS was pretty invisible for most of the day. Seems to be having more success when he's been played more centrally.
QPR looked pretty good though and showed a lot of positive moments. They wouldve been happy with any points from the last three fixtures so nothing lost and nothing gained.
They really need someone like PJY
Ahahaha those pictures are absolutely unwittingly hilarious!
doing all he can for his team
He needs to wear them every game Edgar Davids style.
Starts in the cup.
i need a link
There isn't one as far as I know. These cup matches in the early rounds aren't usually televised except for a small handful usually involving huge clubs.
Someone scored. Have no idea who. Thanks Goal.com
EDIT: Hoilett it seems.
Ji sung with ashisst
info is fast in espn soccer (espnsoccernet)
Thank you, Mr. Connery.
Wow QPR is going to lose 2-3 to Reading.
I check the score of 2-1 to rangers and went back to work. And now I see rangers are bounced out of league cup.
Can park get and whole team get a break? So cruel.
Its never truly a bad thing to be knocked out and not be running around ragged cause of never ending cup matches.
I'm reading the match report and it appears that park was subbed midway through second half for Zamora when leading 2-1. Park goes out, and the team loses 2-3
I mention about park getting some break. Well he definately got one here.
It was level when he was subbed out. QPR pulled ahead a minute or two after.
and here i was thinking qpr was too "small" a club to have knee-jerking plastic fans.
in any case, i guarantee you the players themselves want PJS on the pitch. He seems to have a good understanding with Granero at least.
and wasn't there some stat saying PJS was 2nd in terms of chances created? I'm sure if Cisse wasn't living in the offside position, PJS would have a few assists already.