Date:Friday March 20 2009
QPR fans have voted Totenham loanee Adel Taarabt as Rangers man of the match in the home victory over Swansea during the week.
Adel made his home debut in the game and showed his vast array of skills and touches to help the R`s to a much sought victory on home soil.
He gave Angel Rangel a torrid time at full back using his trickery and flair to work his way round the Spaniard on several occasions - seemingly managing to break the non-existent gaps in the Swansea rearguard.
The Tottenham loanee has recently expressed his desire to make it at White Hart Lane, but you can be sure Mr Briatore will be doing all he can to persuade his stay if he can put in this calibre of performance on a consistent basis.
Lenny367: "Its good to see Ramage getting a mention in dispatches for all the right reasons for a change.
"All credit to the guy for keeping going when many others would have gone into hiding."
Superhoop50: "Hogan was clear MOM for me. His workrate throughout was excellent. Not everything worked for him but overall I thought he was superb. His working together with Taarabt caused a few problems too."
"And yes, Ramage certainly worth a mention. I think when he stays back, it works to our advantage as he is a decent defender."
Sandydl: "I've gone for Ephraim, although it was really hard to choose between him, Taarabt and Peter Ramage.
"I've opted for Hogan coz I thought he was like a different player than the one we've been seeing recently. He played with confidence and, imo, took on a 'Rowly' type role in leading and driving the midfield forward."
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Adel Taarabt was the clear winner ahead of central midfielder Hogan Ephraim and goalkeeper Radek Cerny, as the young Moroccan impressed on his debut.
The top three were as follows:
1. Adel Taarabt - 64%
2. Hogan Ephraim - 15%
3. Radek Cerny - 7%
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Date:Friday March 20 2009
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