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City Defeated At QPR

City was convincingly beaten by Queens Park Rangers 3-0. Rangers included six January transfer window signings in their side and looked the better side through out the 90 minutes.

Two goals by Patrick Agyemang in the first half gave QPR a deserved lead at half time. City were looking very static all over the pitch.

Queens Park added a third in the 62nd minute through Buzsaky. City's only real chance fell to Adebola who fired against the far post and, when the ball came back to him, he saw his effort hit Lee Camp and bounce away to safety.

Bristol City boss Gary Johnson:
'It was a very poor performance. We started off poorly and got progressively worse. We were second best and that is why we got beaten so comprehensively.
'The boys tried hard but our quality was poor and we got what we deserved.
'There were not a lot of positives from the day but we must try to forget about it and move on. We have recovered from setbacks before and we will again. We mustn't dwell on it for too long, we have a big game against Southampton next week.'

The Journalist

Writer: Luigi Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 3 2008

Time: 12:04PM

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We just replied in kindness for our defeat earlier in the season. Happy days ahead me thinks!
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03/02/2008 17:01:00

Hoops, we drew that game!! Although the way Rangers played in that game it felt like a loss. Stewart snatched a late, late equaliser. I was frankly stunned at the City performance, do you think it was a case of not playing or not being allowed to play? Because I thought we played very well.
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03/02/2008 23:15:00

Well Done QPR........................! City Are Going Nowhere..!
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04/02/2008 18:04:00

Got to say it, Queens Park Rangers played really well. I really hope you don't go up. That way i won't have all my city supporter friends bragging with those stoopid smug grins on their faces arrrrgggghhh
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05/02/2008 10:44:00

Cant see Bristol going up, hold yes i can Bristol Rovers that is!!
will it ever happen
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08/02/2008 11:19:00


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