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Opponents View On Villa v QPR

I thought I'd show the opponents view of last nights Carling Cup exit as Boxer from Vital QPR has written an excellent match report assessing the match, you know the night where we were blessed as such a huge club to exit early. (Sorry, sarcasm really is the lowest form of wit!)

Boxer said:

QUEENS Park Rangers tonight caused a major upset in the Carling Cup, as they turned over Premier League Aston Villa.

Villa who current sit in a Champions League spot were overturned by their Championship counterparts courtesy of a headed goal by Damion Stewart.

The Jamaican central defender stayed up from a corner to latch on to a pin point cross from Daniel Parejo and nod the R`s infront and send the travelling army wild.

In truth Villa created the better opportunities, spurning clear cut chances and they were made to pay by incisive Queens Park Rangers, who march on into the next round in the Carling Cup leaving Martin O`Neill to concentrate on league matters.

For the full and excellently detailed report, go to: Rangers Heroes Cause Cup Shock




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 25 2008

Time: 9:30AM

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Very good match report by our new friend Boxer. We could have won, we should have won, we didn't. QPR took their one chance, we fluffed ours in amateurish fashion, so good luck to them as they progress.
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25/09/2008 22:06:00

Few of our lads can hold their heads up after last nights effort, particularly as I didn't think that QPR were at the top of their game. Both clubs have high hopes and expectations this season, with probably their respective leagues being of prime importance, but a decent cup run always adds much to a campaign. Good Luck Rangers, hope you enjoy a decent run, and upset the odds a few more times on the road to Wembley.
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