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Vital QPR member Superhoop50 gives his views following the reserves defeat away to Brighton & Hove Albion.

The R`s went down 3-1 at the Dripping Pan - here are the views of Superhoop50:

Well you probably know by now that we lost 3-1. Never quite know what to look for in reserve games? Teamwork? Individual? Result? Either way there was very little of any of it to be honest.

Guess I should start with Vine who at least stayed on for 90 minutes and was quite jovial at the start when I had a quick chat with him.

He looked quite useful for a short time in the first half, but frankly, disappeared altogether in the second half and was isolated on the left flank after spending the first half as a central striker.

Still, I guess it's another game under his belt which can only be good. Hard to say if he's ready on this evidence.

Had a chat with Cookie before the start and he was pretty positive about his knee, but we saw little of him really during the game before he was finally taken off.

No real stand-out performances really, although Balanta and Rose looked sharp at the start and like the last game I saw, Oastler looks useful to me in a holding role.

The first Brighton goal was a joke. Simple corner and the lad had 2 headed attempts before it finally went in. Their second was a result of our defence simply going missing and their 3rd was an absolute belter.

In between time, we had an Ainsworth special. Fabulous overhead kick and I hope we get to see it on the website.

I had two cups of Bovril which were bloody awful and that's all there is to report really!

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Date:Thursday March 26 2009

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