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Fans Back Rangers To Make Playoffs - Poll Result

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Queens Park Rangers fans have been voting in our latest poll to discuss the R`s promotion credentials for the coming campaign.

Under a combination of Iain Dowie, Gareth Ainsworth and Paulo Sousa, QPR mustered an 11th placed finish last time out in the Championship, falling below the expectations of some supporters.

There is another fresh face in the drivers` seat for the coming campaign, former Ipswich boss Jim Magilton who will be assisted by former England assistant boss John Gorman.

As the season draws nearer expectation begins to gather before the opening day test against Blackpool and ex-QPR boss Ian Holloway.

We asked: Where will QPR finish under Jim Magilton?

The answer were as follows in descending order:

1. Playoffs - 34%
2. Top Half - 25%
3. Promotion - 19%
4. Bottom Half - 8%
=. Relegation - 8%
5. Champions - 6%

Now we ask a new poll question:

How many new players will Jim need to bring in?

You can vote on this article using the front-page link or even suggest a poll of your own.



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Writer:Boxer
Date:Sunday June 28 2009
Time: 10:00AM

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Comments

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You signed that useless **** as your manager and 84% of you believe you will do better this season, wake up and smell the roses.
KatieDawson
29/06/2009 04:58:00
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:D - You're funny, must be half term soon?
Boxer
29/06/2009 10:49:00
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True, how can he do any worse than his predecessors with the players available??
Guttermouth
29/06/2009 11:32:00
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