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Crystal Palace 0 - Queens Park Rangers 0

Coca Cola Championship

Selhurst Park

29/11/08 @ 3.00pm

Attendance: 16,411

Referee: Mr R Styles

Crystal Palace
0 - 0
Queens Park Rangers
 
 
Venue: Selhurst Park
 
Attendance: 16,411
The Teams
Julian Speroni
 
 
 
Radek Cerny
 
 
Clint Hill
 
 
 
Damien Delaney
 
 
Patrick McCarthy
 
 
 
Damion Stewart
 
 
Jose Fonte
 
 
 
Gavin Mahon
 
 
Nick Carle
 
 
63
 
Mikele Leigertwood
 
 
Sean Scannell
 
 
87
 
Daniel Parejo
 
 
46
Craig Beattie
 
 
 
Dexter Blackstock
 
 
56
Paul Ifill
 
 
63
 
Patrick Agyemang
 
 
90+1
Ben Watson
 
 
 
Kaspars Gorkss
 
 
John Oster
 
 
 
Peter Ramage
 
 
Nathanial Clyne
 
 
 
Hogan Ephraim
 
 
Substitutes
Matt Lawrence
 
 
 
Jake Cole
 
 
Shaun Derry
 
 
63
 
Martin Rowlands
 
 
56
Victor Moses
 
 
 
Samuel Di Carmine
 
 
90+1
Leandre Griffit
 
 
87
 
Heidar Helguson
 
 
46
Shefki Kuqi
 
 
63
 
Gary Borrowdale
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
7
5
On Target
1
4
Corners
4
2
Offside
1
6
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
58
%
42




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Writer: sandydl Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 29 2008

Time: 7:18PM

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They saw far more of the ball, and we couldn't get hold of the bloody thing in periods! Still they didn't have any real clear cut chances for their possession, which is pleasing. In light of our recent record at Selhurst, that's a point gained!
Boxer
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29/11/2008 20:37:00

I was surprised at the possession figures - but the fact that they had all those chances but still managed the same no. of corners AND shots on target as us shows the great job we did today in restricting them to half-chances & "hit-n-hopes"
sandydl
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29/11/2008 21:04:00

stats say it was a tight game.......so seems like a good point in the end......!!!
lincolnblue
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