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Coventry City 1 - Queens Park Rangers 0

Coca Cola Championship

Ricoh Arena

13th Feb 2010 @ 3.00pm

Attendance: 15,247

Referee: D Foster

Coventry City
1 - 0
Queens Park Rangers
Deegan (10)
 
 
Venue: Ricoh Arena
 
Attendance: 15,247
The Teams
Westwood
 
 
 
Ikeme
 
 
Wright
 
 
 
Ramage
 
 
Cranie
 
 
 
Stewart
 
 
Barnett
 
 
 
Gorkss
 
 
Wood
 
 
 
Connolly
 
 
Clingan
 
 
 
Hill
 
 
Deegan
 
 
 
Buzsaky
 
 
67
Baker
 
 
 
Cook
 
 
McIndoe
 
 
 
Faurlin
 
 
Eastwood
 
 
 
Simpson
 
 
Morrison
 
 
67
 
Priskin
 
 
55
Substitutes
Konstantopoulos
 
 
 
Cerny
 
 
Hussey
 
 
 
Borrowdale
 
 
Grandison
 
 
 
Quashie
 
 
Walker
 
 
 
Taarabt
 
 
67
Sears
 
 
67
 
Vine
 
 
Jeffers
 
 
 
Balanta
 
 
 
 
 
German
 
 
55
Game Statistics
4
Goal Attempts
10
3
On Target
5
2
Corners
9
3
Offside
5
11
Fouls
12
1
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
37
%
63




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Date:Saturday February 13 2010

Time: 6:23PM

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Looks like we had a go, but our real problem of being totally toothless up front in biting us very hard!
QPR4Me
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13/02/2010 19:02:00

4ME - the stats are rather deceptive. Even an ardent optimist like me didn't have much to cheer today. We had the ball because they didn't want it, and in truth we did so little with it.
Boxer
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13/02/2010 19:05:00

The stats still don't lie. The truth is that we can be decent enough in defence and can be useful in midfield, we couldn't score in a brothel! Our front line is totally useless and the blame for that lies at the feet of MH!
QPR4Me
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13/02/2010 19:15:00

Defensively we were VERY shakey today 4ME - they didn't bother attacking us, which says a lot about their aspirations. If they had attacked us they would have had a hell of a lot more chances!
Boxer
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13/02/2010 19:17:00

That's as maybe, but until we get a goalscorer who understands what that term means, there is no hope!
QPR4Me
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13/02/2010 19:52:00

 

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