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Buzsaky Calls For Patience

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Talking to the local newspapers, the London Informer and Ealing Gazette, Akos Buzsaky has called on those QPR fans who have resorted to booing the team to be patient.

'At QPR the last few years, the new owners came and they signed decent players and we have a strong squad, so everyone expects us always to play brilliantly,' Buzsaky told the local press.

"Of course the fans sometimes don't like it, but we have to accept that football is about getting points and getting promotion and play-off positions and we can't always play well,' he added.

But how about trying Buzsaky? I think we'd all accept these disappointments if we felt that effort had been made all round, wouldn't we?

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Writer: sandydl Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 29 2009

Time: 2:25PM

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I agree with the sentiment but respect is a two way street. He has not worked anywhere near enough to earn the patience of some. While I stress I don't boo and am not a fan of booing, I do not advocate his or several other players' lack of effort and commitment.
Boxer
If put in some effort on the pitch there would be a lot less boos. All he has done in 2 months is pretend to get head-butted; maybe it's time to shut up and try on the pitch.
LeeCookFan
Booing! We're plagued with the same problem and we're top of the feckin league!
merlin
Heard on talksport last night, some Chelsea mug trying to justify why he booed - sounded like an absolute prat.
Boxer
 

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