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Buzsaky Anticipates Pressurised Game

Buzsaky Anticipates Pressurised Game

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Following his call-up to the Hungary squad, Akos Buzsaky spoke in the build up to the Barnsley clash.

The Hungarian midfielder spoke to QPR.co.uk following the defeat at Chelsea about the nature of Barnsley's game and the pressure this will create.

'That game's going to be more competitive than this one,' he said.

'Barnsley is a Championship side, they are behind us by three points. They're going to press they're going to play with a high tempo and they'll come to Loftus Road to nick a point or all three.

'We know that, and we know there's going to be more pressure on that game than today (Wednesday).'


Buzsaky, like his colleague Rowan Vine spoke about the importance of home form in the R's overall season and how the pressure will be on for Rangers to perform against the Tykes.

'We need to deal with pressure,' continued Buzsaky.

'What we want to achieve this year is to go to the playoffs, and if you want to go to the playoffs we need to win most of the home games. So we need to start to pick up three points at home.'

The R's host Barnsley tomorrow afternoon with a view to not only gaining their first home victory but making a serious assault on the Championship playoffs.




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Friday September 25 2009
Time: 6:11PM

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He's not wrong!!!!
jezza99
25/09/2009 21:26:00
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Indeed, we desperately need an early goal to quell that pressure!
Boxer
25/09/2009 22:45:00
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