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Poll: Will QPR Make The Play-Offs?

On our last poll, Vital Queens Park Rangers regular simmo69 asked fans the question...

Will QPR make the play-offs this season?

Here is the result, in descending order.

Yes - 48%

More chance next season - 34%

No -12%

Not sure - 6%

Out of the last seven Championship games Rangers have managed to accumulate 14 points out of a possible 21. The club sit in 18th position two points behind Coventry City and Saturday's opponents Sheffield United, therefore, realistically by the end of January and another couple of wins under their belt, the R's could be sitting around mid-table.

With a superb run-in there is a distinct possibility the club could end up in the top six and yes - a play-off place.

With the current crop of players and possibly one or two new signings joining the eight already brought to the club since the transfer window opened, who says we couldn't be playing Premier League football next season.

On our new poll, fans are asked...

How many more new players will QPR buy before the end of January?

To vote, use the poll question to the right hand side of this article.

The journalist

Writer: Hoops Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 9 2008

Time: 8:42PM

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Great to see alot of our fans are so optimistic, we need this sort of optimism and positivity going into several important clashes. As long as this doesn't lead to lofty expectations, because I think the poll is more out of hope than of expectation!
Boxer
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10/01/2008 10:20:00

You are having a laugh aren't you. If you can reach the play-offs we can get promoted!!
will it ever happen
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