Flowers Slams Rangers Boo Boys
Rangers assistant manager Tim Flowers was left disappointed by a section of booing supporters at Loftus Road.
The players left the field at half-time after a display that promised much but delivered very little subsequently a minority of 'fans`.
Flowers couldn`t quite comprehend the motivation behind these 'fans` to boo:
'I can't understand the anxiety at this place." Flowers told QPR.co.uk.
'We were tenth going in to the match and now we're sixth and in the last 16 of the Carling Cup, with a tie at Old Trafford to look forward to.
'If someone misplaces a pass by an inch or something suddenly you hear the fans boo. It's madness but that's football and we'll have to cope with it.'
Rangers managed to cling on against rock-bottom Nottingham Forest for a 2-1 victory, taking them back into a play-off position:
'I don't think we're too far off the pace. We're sixth and in a strong position,'
'We were biting our nails towards the end, but I think we definitely deserved the victory over the course of the 90 minutes.
'I thought we were better in the first half than they were. It was quite an entertaining game but we just didn't get the breaks." Flowers added.
'In the second half, we got our noses in front and then got a second and that eased some of the anxiety about the place.
'Their goal rocked us back into our shell, but we were good value for the win and it's a vital three points.'
'I thought we were too deep at times as a defensive unit, but we improved in the second half and our courage was excellent.'
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