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Still A Good Side Says Dexter

QPR's Dexter Blackstock explains what went wrong in the 4-2 midweek defeat to Burnley as he looks ahead to facing the Blades.

"It was a massive disappointment to lose that match to Burnley after being two goals to the good and we all know we should have killed it off."

"There's no good reason why we didn't win, especially after our first half performance, except for one man and that's Andy Cole. In the end he was the difference between the two sides."

"Sheffield United are up next and that is a classic six-pointer as they are the team above us on goal difference. They have massively under-achieved this season and their league position doesn't reflect their ability so we have to be careful."

"But we are determined to get back to winning ways at home. Nothing has changed because we lost to Burnley. We are still a very good side and Loftus Road is still a fortress."


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Writer: Hoops Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 17 2008

Time: 2:00PM

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Dont think Dexter is correct there, the one man that caused you damage aided and abetted by Andrew Cole was Ade Akinbiyi
turfmanphil
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17/02/2008 14:18:00

Andy Cole for certain.
hoops
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17/02/2008 14:28:00

agree with turfmanphil but cole hit the net which hurts more than assisting
ozanne park rangers
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17/02/2008 18:34:00

 

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