If QPR new-boy Ravel Morrison wants football's equivalent of ice cream he'll have to earn it according to boss Ian Holloway. The former Manchester United youth, who signed on loan from Italian giants Lazio on transfer deadline day, finally made his second debut for the Rs in Saturday's 2-1 win over Cardiff City.
QPR'S Matt Smith admits it's good to be believed in again. The former Leeds and Fulham striker claimed he has gained a new lease of life since swapping Craven Cottage for Loftus Road in the January transfer window.
QPR boss Ian Holloway saluted Yeni Ngbakoto after his impact off the bench led to victory over Cardiff and crowned a famous day for the club. Fifty years to the day since Rangers' Wembley League Cup Final triumph over West Brom and with many of the legends in attendance, the French youth international rose from the dugout to score the leveller and provide the assist for the winner as the hosts won 2-1.
This #ManchesterCity side are brilliant make no mistake, but tonight shows quadruples are always unlikely. Just needs a moment of controversy like the red card, or an injury and those hopes are gone. #Anthonytaylor definitely under the spotlight now #FACup
@_RichardAmofa We usually agree mate, but for me it's a dive all day long. He drags his foot and looks for contact. He does it every time and its cheating. Just said to someone else to stop diving in box is simple, straight red and three-match ban. You'd get three weeks of chaos then no diving
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