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    QPR v Swans

    With 9 points under our belts from the last three home matches, it’s time to travel away this Saturday.
    QPR is next up and we desperately need an away win. Our last one was on New Years Day, a 1-4 win at Reading.
    Since then we’ve picked up a measly point at Preston and then 6 straight defeats on the road,
    If only we’d garnered some more points on our travels we would be in a play off position now, but our Achilles heel is set pieces and the problem is still not sorted.
    Maybe the solution is, with the limited squad we’ve got, is to restrict the number of set pieces by controlling possession.
    The number of goals we concede late on in matches, a la Forest, is maybe that we suffer fatigue through our high press and possession tactics. A strong subs bench would have helped in these matches, instead they hindered us, with the likes of Asoro, John and ”stroller” McKay coming on to the detriment of the team.
    QPR are not too clever at the moment having fired manager Steve McClaren, caretaker Eustace is presently in charge.
    They gained a good point last night at Millwall and were unlucky not to score, so this won’t be an easy game on Saturday.

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    Embarrassing first half, 3-0 down, worst I’ve seen a Swans team play ever.
    Don’t really want to see our bunch of babies outplayed again second half. If I could go home I would.

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    Gutless performance could have been a cricket score. Ashamed of our team.

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    Still reeling from that trouncing. It was a long journey home after watching that shambles of a display by our team.
    Players were completely gutless and lacked the fight or the will to match QPR’s aggressive football.
    Any remote chance we had of the play-offs are finally gone.
    It was an abysmal display from start to finish against a team who were trounced themselves 4-0 just last week at Norwich and had only won one match this year.

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