Loan Watch: Ikeme and Hill in big QPR defeat

Matthew Hills first game in the Rangers outfit was not so pleasant. And Carl Ikeme could have had a better day at the job.

Queen Park Rangers lost to Nottingham forest with 5-0 yesterday and as both of our out on-loan players were playing in the defence for QPR they will take some of the blame for the big defeat.

But the manager substituted the right back instead of Matt Hill on the left after Rangers was three goals down at half time, so maybe Hill was not among the worst on his debut anyway. Ikeme did a couple of saves but his ratings were not good, so maybe he could have done better on some of the goals.

Queen Park Rangers are now selling players and taking others in on-loan. I’ve got no idea what’s going on in the club financially, but there must be something very wrong in the club and it shows up in the results. But it’s good that our players gets some playing time.

Colchester clinched a win at home against MK Dons. The Dons went up one man short at the start of the second half and that of course helped. The defence of Colchester was refurbished and Batth was on the bench all match.

Scott Malone played all match as usually, but Southend suffers hard after their main striker has left the club. A defeat against Millwall with two games against nothing away is no shame, though. Malone had a lame shot at goal at the end of the match, but he could do nothing against Southend sliding down the tables.

Another club sliding down the tables are Wolves opponent in the FA Cup Crystal Palace. They have gone into administration now and lost ten points, meaning they have gone from being play-off hopefuls to relegation candidates. Sour grapes!

And the vultures are of course at the door, looking to buy players from the sinking club for a bargain. Moses is of course the next to go and a lot of clubs seem interested. But many others will probably leave as well. Anyone for Ambrose? 😆



~ by paddytheflea on January 27, 2010.

2 Responses to “Loan Watch: Ikeme and Hill in big QPR defeat”

  1. I was watching FSC and I heard about Palace.
    The first thing I thought was, we have more chances of winning against them now, and we need to but Ambrose

    • I agree on both, Erick. Ambrose cannot cost many pounds. Probably a bargain when compared to the Carleroi players for instance.

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