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Sousa's position not at risk

The following is a translation of an article that first appeared on the web site of the portuguese football journal 'A Bola on line' late on Friday last week.


Even with Queen's Park Rangers in the middle of the Championship league table, the Portuguese coach Paulo Sousa did not feel his position is at risk and says the aim is to create a solid team to fight for promotion to the top flight of English football next season.



'From the outset, the objective was to prepare a solid team for next season and then struggling to climb up the Championship. My contract is not only for this season. The owners bought the club two years ago with the aim of fighting for promotion to the top flight in the third season," recalled Paulo Sousa, who took command of the technical team last November.



The London team currently occupies the 11th place of the Championship and is increasingly further from the possibility of securing a place in the play-offs:


'Today the team is in the middle of the table without some major players who are injured. In pre-season, when they are recovered, we will reflect on the need to make a step forward. The aim is to start well next season and keep us on top of the table until the end.'






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Writer: Lenny367 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 17 2009

Time: 4:48PM

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I just hope n pray Sousa really IS given the pre-season - and next season - to do what he seems to think he's contracted to do (get us up next season!!)
sandydl
I just hope n pray Sousa really IS given the pre-season - and next season - to do what he seems to think he's contracted to do (get us up next season!!)
sandydl
its hard to call coz he aint been there long enough but i can see whats going on because it mirrors the situation at city with hughes really.
bluemooner_mcfc
its hard to call coz he aint been there long enough but i can see whats going on because it mirrors the situation at city with hughes really.
bluemooner_mcfc
Nice work Lenny interesting read.
Boxer
Nice work Lenny interesting read.
Boxer
 

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