Date:Wednesday February 15 2006
Gary Waddock remained upbeat after the 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace on Tuesday evening, ensuring he learnt from the loss.
Speaking to the official QPR website, Waddock said:
'When the opposition take a lead that early, the game plan goes right out the window. We had to change things round and move to a 4-4-2.
'We mixed up the team a bit beforehand due to Marc Bircham having taken a knock and Gareth Ainsworth suffering with illness.
'But I've learnt a lot tonight and I'm disappointed that we couldn't have taken something from the game.
'I felt that our second half performance warranted something and the football we played was worthy of a draw.
'We're still lacking a bit of pace, but I can't do anything about that right now. I'm only doing this job on a day-to-day basis and we cross the bridge of making any improvements to the squad when we come to it.
'This is certainly a steep learning curve and tonight showed me a lot of things.
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