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It has been revealed this evening that Ákos Buzsáky was forced to take refuge in a public toilet after a Jim Magilton tongue-lashing.

There has been reasons to cheer and jeer in equal proportion this season, but another poor performance this evening against Watford caused Jim to read the riot act to his players.

One in particular was fans' favourite Ákos Buzsáky, who according to Sky Sports was forced to take refuge in a public toilet as Magilton continued his verbal onslaught.

Jim said following the incident that it was a: 'Difference of opinion,'

'Anything that was said will be kept in-house. At the minute everything a team is hitting against us is going into the net.

'Most Championship sides go through periods like that.'


He also told QPR,co.uk: 'We then needed a collective desire to get a result, but in the last two games we haven't shown that - one or two harsh questions have to be asked.'

While the majority are keeping faith with the current boss, myself included, he recognises as well as supporters do, that questions must be posed of the recent performances and results.

Rangers now face two tough tests against West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield United, and they could slip into the bottom half if results go against them tomorrow.




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Tuesday December 8 2009
Time: 12:22AM

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The problem is our fans would side with Buz who has been our worst player for a few games now over the manager.
LeeCookFan
08/12/2009 00:30:00
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I wouldn't side with any player that undermined a manager of my football club. Buzsáky is a talented player that has played very poor recently - and I think Jim was spot on to leave him out tonight. The morons singing for him were the ones singing for Camp a few months back, and Blackstock a few weeks back. Pathetic.
Boxer
08/12/2009 00:38:00
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'Pathetic' is one point of view. There are other valid ones too. Akos has been playing poorly the past month or so at least, but if Jim plays him in the centre, as most agree he should, then we'd see him back to his best. Astonishing miss last night but Akos can't be blamed for the result- if you want to have a go at any of the subs it should be Taaaaaaaaarabt
Guttermouth
08/12/2009 10:24:00
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I'm sorry guttermouth, Adel may be greedy, he may fancy himself, but he was the only bloke willing to get a grip of the game and run at people. I thought he should have been on earlier, and if he had been who knows what could have happened. As it was we were caught out and conceded again, but he doubled our shot on target tally as soon as he got the ball. You can blame many people, but Adel isn't one of them IMHO.
Boxer
08/12/2009 10:42:00
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Mags talks about needing leaders - we haven't got any - not at the moment with both Rowly AND Mahon (yes, I refuse to call him "Option Y" any more - he is clearly more than that!!) out. We are floundering because we have 11 men who are good footballers but not 1 leader - on the pitch for us at the moment and THAT is a big reason, imo, we have suddenly gone from a team playing sublime football & scoring for fun to ... well, frankly, I was embarrassed last night that's how it's going for us at the mo. And I just dont see where the answers lie until someone steps up, grabs the game by its b**lls and leads us to victory
sandydl
08/12/2009 12:37:00
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No Rowlands and no Mahon means no leaders. I'm not advocating a return to the days of Birch or Bolder, but sometimes you need someone to give you that edge, that bite and that passion. Sadly it still eludes us at the moment.
Boxer
08/12/2009 12:39:00
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I'd have Mahon over Watson in that team any day, as both a leader AND a footballer
Guttermouth
09/12/2009 08:37:00
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well, you have to blame all eleven players ... leigerwood i feel is a poor player whos best attribute is giving the ball away and not tracking in-coming runs, and if you think i'm wrong watch the doyley goal, leigerwood watched him stroll by into a goal scoring position and didnt even bother tracking him. i feel watson uped his game in the second but i have to admit neither of our central midfielders would've been my first choice
lower loft
09/12/2009 16:19:00
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