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- Tue Nov 28, 2017 10:52 am
- Forum: QPR Discussion
- Topic: Holloway interview after the game
- Replies: 60
- Views: 2523
I've never left a football match before the end. Ever. Don't understand it. (Nor do I understand people who head for the bar ten minutes before half-time, or come back to their seats ten minutes after the second half has started.)
There comes a point in many managers' careers when they start to make weird decisions: picking players who plainly don't deserve to be picked, playing people out of position, making inexplicable substitutions, making things more complicated than they need to be. I'm afraid to say that Ollie has rea...
There comes a point in many managers' careers when they start to make weird decisions: picking players who plainly don't deserve to be picked, playing people out of position, making inexplicable substitutions, making things more complicated than they need to be. I'm afraid to say that Ollie has reac...
I am losing patience with Holloway. WHY DOESN'T HE PLAY COUSINS IN MIDFIELD? He's done the right thing by putting Wszolek at right wing-back but Ngbakoto instead of Luongo? He's a lightweight. We will be overrun in midfield.
Why does Holloway persist with Cousins at right wing-back? It's not his natural position. And his substitutions are mystifying. I don't know why Luongo was subbed - injured, presumably - but surely the sensible thing would have been to shift Cousins into midfield, his natural position, and bring Wsz...
- Thu Jun 22, 2017 4:22 pm
- Forum: Football (including QPR matters not in above forum) and general forum.
- Topic: Gambling
- Replies: 1
- Views: 350
It looks like the FA is doing the right thing, for once. This is from the FT: The Football Association, the governing body of English football, has pulled out of a sponsorship deal with Ladbrokes Coral worth up to £4m a year, following concerns about the gambling industry’s influence over the nation...
I love him as a player, but he is a stroller of the old school. I can't imagine that he would last more than five minutes under Holloway. He'd probably stop for a cigarette break during training.
- Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:58 pm
- Forum: QPR Discussion
- Topic: A very simple question
- Replies: 15
- Views: 1799
I keep seeing the same phrase coming up again and again on this messageboard - about Ramsey, JFH, and now Holloway: 'He doesn't know how to set up a team.' What does this mean? Is it about formation? Coaching? Preparation? Or is it just something that people say when they want to sound as though the...