Cerny: Chairman Sets Points Target
Radek Cerny has told of how QPR Chairman Flavio Briatore has mentioned a possible points target that the club will be aiming for.
Cerny spoke to the Ben Kosky at the Kilburn Times revealing that 77 points was the ambition for the Rangers hierarchy before the end of the campaign.
The R`s stopper also shares the ambitions of Kaspars Gorkss and Hogan Ephraim who have all come out publicly in recent days about their hopes to reach a playoff place.
He continued: 'Our aim is to finish in the top six and we still have the chance to do it,'
'But there are still 15 games until the finish, lots of points and anything could happen.
'Before the season began we were talking about the aim to take 10 points from every six games. The manager hasn't said anything about how many points we need, but the chairman mentioned 77.
'There are so many who could get into the play-offs and it's difficult - the league is very close. But if we win four games in a row, for example, I think we will get through and to go to Wembley would be very nice.'
Cerny faces a race against time to be fit for the Ipswich encounter at the weekend as he is still being hampered by a hamstring complaint which has kept him out since Lee Camp took the jersey against Blackpool.
He said: 'This injury is going slow and I can't say whether I will be ready for the next game.
'I had a similar injury in pre-season and now it's happened again. In my football life I've never had many injuries, but hopefully I'll get through this and everything will be okay.
'I don't think it matters who is in the team - every player has to work hard anyway. My experience is that you always have to give 100 per cent and if you do this, good things will come.'
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