QPR 0-0 Newcastle: Toon Hold On For A Point Against Rejigged Hoops (Photos & Highlights)

Chris Wright

13th, September 2011


By Chris Wright

Admittedly, I didn’t see the game but from what I’ve read this morning it seemed like Newcastle were lucky to escape from Loftus Road with a point last night (goal-line clearances, Jay Bothroyd’s pap finishing, etc) as a new-look, post-deadline day QPR XI hit the ground running – with, and I know this may be a little hard to swallow, Shaun Wright-Phillips even putting in a decent, effective shift.

Who’d have thought?

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  1. gamblino says:

    Wright Phillips absolutely destroyed them. Only started falling over on contact after about 70 mins.

  2. Harry says:

    SWP and Taarabt were neat and cut through the Newcastle defence really well. Still not a complete team and I can foresee spending in January at Loftus Road to ensure safety..

  3. Sex God says:

    Ah yes, Joey Barton.

    Not even future potential Sex God understudy apprentice material.

  4. MaxMad says:

    What Harry said.

    QPR just outshone Newcastle and presented themselves as a team with absolute potential.
    Let’s just forget the fact that Bothroyd had 3-4 sitters he shouldn’t have missed.

  5. Davy says:

    As a toon fan I was thankful for the final whistle and we were without a doubt lucky to get away with a point, SWP tore Ryan Taylor apart so i expect to see David Santon start against Villa. To be honest he should’ve started this game but it would’ve been a bit harsh on Ryan Taylor as he had started the season pretty well, thing is he aint left footed. Anyway another point and another clean sheet all we need now is to steer clear of injury, get Ben Arfa back and we’ll hopefully finish in the top half….

  6. Davy says:

    and Sex God…….Go away

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