Archive | March, 2009

Slough Ladies 8:0 QPR Ladies Reserves

There wasn’t really anything spectacular about Slough. I didn’t feel they had any players who were vastly superior to ours, but what they did have and used very well, was their experience. They clearly had players who have been there and done it before and that told as the match progressed and they capitalised on […]

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Observations and on reflection

I have been reflecting a lot lately about the teams that are at the top end of the Reserves division this season, particularly Slough and Oxford, who have pretty much dominated the upper part of the table from the outset. The one thing that has set them out from the rest of the teams we’ve […]

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QPR 1:0 Swansea City

The recent line-ups have suggested we’re planning and developing now for next season. There were a lot of youngsters on the pitch and given that we’ve recently played the likes of Antonio German too, who also made the squad again, it’s clear to me that we’re developing for next season. So this was a great […]

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Understanding and appreciating quality

When you coach a football team, or even when you follow one as a fan, either from the sidelines, in the stands or from watching them on the tele, no matter what your level of experience is with football, you end up forming opinions and making observations about players and their quality. Since I’ve been […]

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QPR 0:0 Sheffield United

It was a bit of a dull match if truth be told, but there were some positives to take away. It was a darn sight better than when we visited Bramall Lane earlier in the season and I thought it was marginally better than when we played Norwich the other night too.

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