UK time is: 13:12:20
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

Heart to Heart with Hart!

Vital QPR - Breaking News
JavaScript must be enabled for the RSS Scrollbox Widget to work.


Paul Hart spoke to QPRPlayer after his opening match as manager of QPR on Saturday. QPR were held to a 1-1 draw against Sheffield United: following a very early strike by Mikele Leigertwood, to put Hart`s boys one-up; within six minutes, the Blades were level thanks to a Creswell equaliser following a rather disappointing mistake by Rs` midfielder Ben Watson.

Hart, however, admitted to being "delighted with the players today.

"We started the game very well. Dipped a bit in the last 15 minutes of the first half. But the 2nd half, we rallied and showed a great desire to try to win. There were some very good performances."

Hart believes that he has learnt something about his players as he watched them in a match situation, as opposed to in training, but was tactful as he observed:"It`s early days and it would be unfair to make a judgement either way. But that`s (playing a match) the acid test!"

"I was disappointed with how it started, in the corners," Hart commented about the Blades` equaliser. "On the challenge, it`s flown off somebody`s arm and gone in.

"But the pleasing thing is that we didn`t go under, we rallied. And in the second half, I thought we took the game to them."

Hart thought we had a good shout for a penalty in the second half"You need those things to go for you sometimes. And we hit the bar at the death," he lamented. "But if you looked at the way the individual performed in terms of effort and desire, I was very, very pleased."

art was also very diplomatic when thoughts turned to the pending January transfer window: "It`s a little early yet for me to make cast-iron decisions. So we`ll have a little look over Christmas and see what we can do"

We want to know YOUR thoughts!

To have your say you can comment in the space provided below, or chat about it on the forum.




Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The journalist

Writer: sandydl Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 22 2009

Time: 10:18AM

 

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent Articles

Charlie Delivers Late Winner (Monday April 21 2014)

QPR v Watford - Match Preview (Monday April 21 2014)

One to Watch - Daniel Tözsér (Sunday April 20 2014)

Nugent Outfoxes Rangers (Saturday April 19 2014)

One to Watch - Riyad Mahrez (Friday April 18 2014)

Five Star Rangers Fell Trees (Sunday April 13 2014)

Archived Articles

List All Vital QPR Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll

Vital Members League (view all)

1. QPR4Me 47
2. sandydl 24
3. jezza99 19
4. Ashdown_Ranger 16
5. Clonmany_Hoop 15
6. Superhoop50 15
7. DMD_QPR 8
8. danielqpr 7
9. cartouche 6
10. jdqpr1882 6

League Results (view all)

Latest Results
Q.P.R. 2 - 1 Watford
Leicester City 1 - 0 Q.P.R.
Q.P.R. 5 - 2 Forest
Blackburn 2 - 0 Q.P.R.
Bournemouth 2 - 1 Q.P.R.
Q.P.R. 1 - 1 Blackpool

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
1. Leicester City 44 29 9 6 37 96
2. Burnley 44 25 14 5 34 89
3. Derby County 44 24 9 11 30 81
4. Q.P.R. 44 22 10 12 15 76
5. Wigan 43 20 10 13 15 70
6. Reading 44 18 13 13 12 67
7. Brighton 44 17 15 12 12 66

Breaking League News

» Reading : 23/04/2014 13:00:00
Switching On Is The Problem says Burke.
» Birmingham : 23/04/2014 12:51:00
Macheda Looking To Stay In England.
» Birmingham : 23/04/2014 12:24:00
Albion Fight On
» Brighton : 23/04/2014 12:11:00
Pearson On Leicester's 'Huge Achievement'
» Leicester City : 23/04/2014 11:57:00
We are Premier League
» Leicester City : 23/04/2014 11:54:00
» Bolton : 23/04/2014 11:36:00

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

Where do QPR need to strengthen most?
Suggested By:  Boxer
Goalkeeper 7%
Defender 22%
Midfielder 6%
Forward 65%