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As a season ticket holder who was at the game on Saturday i find it quite stange that the BBC & MOTD state QPR had 6 (SIX) attempts at goal on target..That is utter rubbish apart from the goal & maybe one other shot late in the 1st half, Jaaskelainen, was a mere spectator in the cold... BBC one again trying to make HR & QPR to be better than they actually where TUT TUT
Big Sam is a joke, he suits west ham which is another joke, the club thinks its bigger than what there are. QPR are also a joke with a big spender in charge. QPR also think they are a big club than what there are. West ham play bully football and QPR well what can you say? Personally I am not a fan of either of these clubs but I hope west ham beat arsenal this week.
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I was born in the London Hospital, so by rights I should have supported the O's, plus it was easier to take the No.15 bus, that and Moore, Peters et al, who could resist!! Just because your a 'ammer through & through doen't mean you are blind to the fact that we need 1 or 2 players that know how create space after 46 crosses into the oppos box!! I respect 'Arry, but Big Sam is doing good.
@OUFCbackintheprem I am a real fan. I like to see good football. So I support successful teams where good football is always played. Once they start playing badly I support someone else. It's less painful. Frankly I don't care who wins the Premiership. My wife wants Man City to win. Why? Because she likes light blue. Pathetic. It's a horrible colour.
Already you are seeing a different QPR under 'Arry.I'm off to the bookies to see what odds they will give against QPR staying up, because I think it's worth a flutter!
@47You don't choose who you support (or you shouldn't) it is a natural thing based on surroundings, family etc from a young age. As a lower league supporter you might be symapthetic towards a certain big club, but you still support your local team. Someone who picks and chooses and changes is not a real fan!
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A nothing game between two nothing teams
@abritinmexicoMost people don't have a good reason to support their team. They don't have a relative or a friend playing for them, often they don't live in the city, or they have long since moved away. It's all pretty random and doesn't make sense to get all worked up over a team of (for example) French or Spanish speaking losers.
I was going to say 'Typical West Ham performance', but it wasn't. It was actually something far worse. No other team in the premiership would have walked away from that second half only scoring 1 goal. For all the 'i should have been 5 or 6 goals', ultimately it wasn't. I can see us easily staying up this year... But no way are going to get a top 10 finish...
43.L A Odicean 16 Minutes ago @P123I don't like seeing my team do badly, so I just support someone else. A lot of people do that, don't they?. Why support a loser? It's just depressing. But I don't support Man Utd any more because I don't like Ferguson, even though they are winners.--You're not on something, are you? If you are, i'll have to tell your mom
Well, here we go again. Harry going on about how they have improved. Is he trying to convince the fans or himself. QPR were bloody lucky yesterday it should have been 3 or 4-1 and in other games, Spurs should habve been 3 or 4 nil and not forgetting Chelsea. Since Dec 1st they have played 9 games and got 10 points
@P123I don't like seeing my team do badly, so I just support someone else. A lot of people do that, don't they?. Why support a loser? It's just depressing. But I don't support Man Utd any more because I don't like Ferguson, even though they are winners.
@L A Odicean, how can you support more than one team and then just team hop if they do bad
A dominant performance by West Ham which deserved better. On another day it could have been 6-1 but that's football. QPR on the other hand look woeful and even despite bringing in new names on the payroll they haven't got the 'team' to compete, yet...Fingers crossed all three promoted clubs stay up, and its not looking so distant now.
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