Sunday, 4 August 2013

Rangers Are Back, and boy does it feel good............

Yeah I'm on a high, first game back in the Championship and we beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 - having come from a goal behind.  
Kick Off - pic courtesy of @MarkyQPR
HOWEVER, a little rewind!   Before the game I met up with some of the QPRTwitFam in the Bull and it was so exciting to get the gang back together, sharing the moments with people who know exactly how you are feeling is priceless!  Bit of banter, bit of pish taking, light hearted fun in the sun, fantastic pre-match warm up :)   I did pass by the Bok (*sings, down at the old Bok and Bull* haha) however it was so hot and very busy that I just did 1 circuit.  Sorry I missed a lot of you guys but hope to catch up soon!

The pictures included in the rest of this blog come courtesy of @Gobi_r thank you!!!!!

Then to the game itself, I heard that Monsieur Barton was starting, and a lot of us were speculating that it was either shop window time or last chance sunny Jim/Joey.  Was disappointed Charlie Austin not starting, but kept as much of an open mind as I could.















We started brilliantly, lovely flowing football, smiley faces all round.  Had some fab chances and near misses and then in true QPR style, we went a goal behind. I must say it was a fab goal and Nuhiu is some player by the way!

Goals from Onuoha on 40 minutes and shortly followed by Andy Johnson at 43 had us back to winning ways, and boy it felt good.  Obviously we all thought we needed another goal to be comfortable, but it wasn't to be, although the new boy Charlie Austin came close, after replacing Bobby Zamora.















Looking back it was a great match, and I'd like to mention a few players who certainly stood out for me. Firstly, Joey Barton.  Gone was the edgy - Oh God what is he going to do next - player, instead was a hard working class individual who didn't stop running and after any incident was the first to shake hands or help a player up??????  Not sure how long he'll be around, but loving his presence at the moment.  (Having said that Chris and I are now arguing about an obvious penalty he's seen on the TV coverage, I've yet to watch it)!














Next up Hoilett, another class player who is obviously made for this division.  An attacking midfielder who will certainly get us some goals in the future.   And our Andy Johnson, fantastic to get him back, and long may he stay fit, class striker who was bound to get on the score sheet!

Lastly Onuoha, aside from the goal(?) another player who looked comfortable and played with confidence.















Well done to all the team, which it was by the way!   Best start to the season we could have hoped for - very happy bunny tonight :).

Thanks for reading!   Oh, and if you like a QPR Blog, head over to my mate @elmodedude blog here and @STH_QPR blog here!
Annie x

23 comments:

  1. For me Faurlin who started slowly just got better and better. He was superb. Also impressed by Danny Simpson. Hoillet is a real talent and maybe can rediscover what he can do in the championship. It was a good team performance. Austin looked hot when he came on.

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  2. For me Faurlin who started slowly just got better and better. He was superb. Also impressed by Danny Simpson. Hoillet is a real talent and maybe can rediscover what he can do in the championship. It was a good team performance. Austin looked hot when he came on.

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    1. Couldn't agree more, it's exciting times, long may it continue. Cup tomorrow night of course, but we know how that normally goes ha ;)
      Thanks for taking the time to comment Peter, appreciate it x

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