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1/12/12

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Referee: Webb

QPRAston Villa
Mackie (18)Holman (8)
Green     Guzan    
Traore     Lowton    
Hill     Clark    
Nelson     Baker    
Bosingwa     Lichaj    
Diakite     69 Bannan     67
Taarabt     Westwood    
Wright-Phillips     Holman     70
Granero     46 Herd     65
M'bia     39 Agbonlahor    
Mackie     Benteke    
Substitutes
Murphy     Given    
Ferdinand     Williams     65
Fabio     Ireland    
Derry
 
  39 El Ahmadi     70
Park Ji-Sung     45 Delph     67
Cisse     Bent    
Hoilett     69 Weimann    
Game Statistics
17
Goal Attempts
7
12
On Target
3
11
Corners
4
5
Fouls
6
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
50
%
50
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Saturday December 1 2012
Time: 5:14PM

Comments

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12 on target... We could have been absoutely embarrassed if it wasn't for Guan
Zarch
01/12/2012 17:17:00
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People shouldn overreact here Harry factor contributed heavily to QPRs form... Although I do agree the post and Guzan were the difference today... The subs were a little disappointing Ireland should have been on to help keep the ball...
CDX_EIRE
01/12/2012 17:22:00
0
surprised at that possession, QPR were all over us second half. Horrible game, I'm being told I'm a misery in the forum, but sorry, for me, we just aren't good enough. They are trying, no complaints there, but that was more pants. 3 shots on target v a team with only 5 points (before today) in the league. ARRGHHHHH.
The Fear
01/12/2012 17:25:00
0
Good point.
p.avfc
01/12/2012 17:27:00
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I always make good points p.avfc, you know that. Oh, you mean that result is a good point? :o)
The Fear
01/12/2012 17:33:00
0
Well, got back late - ony in 15 minutes ago and found we'd drawn. Seems a half decent point, but it seems it was a poor game.
Pride of Lions
01/12/2012 17:38:00
0
Fear, I didn't make the game, but in the context of the season so far, seems a good point to me. First we got one, second it frustrates QPR at the very time that they maximum momentum. Every game now that they don't win makes their plight all the harder. OK that may be negative thinking, but it is a slightly bigger picture than just focussing on us. If we had been more open and they had taken all 3 points, then surely we would be feeling more worried now. Seems to me that we are in the position where we need to concentrate on staying in the PL this season. Lets face it, we ain't going to win anything league wise are we?
Gordonsleftboot
01/12/2012 17:40:00
0
Who we were*
Avfc94 we do
01/12/2012 17:45:00
0
On one of the Facebook pages, people keep saying "Lambert out" and there's me posting comments saying "No one else can do a better job so either support him or you get out." I am fed up with the lack of people who call themselves "Villa supporters" when they think we should be flying in the league when we should be lower with the team we have. Anyway, rant over. I think for who were playing against (the manager and players wise) we did extremely well. We were away, they have some decent players, decent manager, it was a good result. QPR will soon be coming away with points and we should be thankful we were never the team to get them on their way.
Avfc94 we do
01/12/2012 17:45:00
0
were* my god typos ahoy. Sorry for the spam guys.
Avfc94 we do
01/12/2012 17:46:00
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