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QPR 1 - Ipswich Town 3

Coca Cola Championship

Loftus Road

21/02/09

Attendance: 13,914

Referee: Mr S Attwell

QPR
1 - 3
Ipswich Town
Di Carmine 3
 
Stead 14, Counago 61, Walters 70
 
Venue: Loftus Road
 
Attendance: 13,914
The Teams
Lee Camp
 
 
 
Richard Wright
 
 
Matthew Connolly
 
 
 
David Wright
 
 
Fitz Hall
 
 
 
Gareth McAuley
 
 
Kaspars Gorkss
 
 
 
Alex Bruce
 
 
Damien Delaney
 
 
(67)
 
Ben Thatcher
 
 
Wayne Routledge
 
 
 
David Norris
 
 
Gavin Mahon
 
 
 
Tommy Miller
 
 
Liam Miller
 
 
(73)
 
Alan Quinn
 
 
Mikele Leigertwood
 
 
 
Luciano Civelli
 
 
(61)
Lee Cook
 
 
 
Jon Stead
 
 
(69)
Samuel Di Carmine
 
 
(55)
 
Pablo Counago
 
 
(82)
Substitutes
Damion Stewart
 
 
 
Shane Supple
 
 
Matteo Alberti
 
 
 
Owen Garvan
 
 
(82)
Angelo Balanta
 
 
(73)
 
Pim Balkestein
 
 
Dexter Blackstock
 
 
(67)
 
Kevin Lisbie
 
 
(69)
Heidar Helguson
 
 
(55)
 
Jon Walters
 
 
(61)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
9
6
On Target
4
7
Corners
8
0
Offside
4
9
Fouls
8
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
50
%
50




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 21 2009

Time: 9:38PM

Your Comments

Overall, it was dreadful. Camp in goal inspired the sort of confidence you see from a man walking the green mile. Mahon was truly useless and without resorting to slating him, the booing at the match was more down to the fact that Miller was subbed off rather than him. Why, oh why did we strat without Stewpeas, our defence looked like, and was, a complete mess. Our midfield was insignificant, but at least DiCarmnie managed to put away the only chance the rest of the layabouts managed to create for him. All in all, a shocking day, and the first time I have to say that I am going to crticisie a portugese manager who seemed to have lost the plot!!
QPR4Me
I think Sousa has a continental head on him and in essence Hall is an excellent defender, but he didn't fit and you could see that. Obviously he will reinstate Stew-Peas on Wednesday but that cost us on the day I agree.
Boxer
 

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