Loan Watch: Ikeme and Hill two of nine when QPR lost again

Queens Park Rangers – with only one win in the last eleven games – played Peterborough, the team that resides in the bottom of the Championships, today. And both Carl Ikeme and Matt Hill started for QPR.

Matt Hill was in action already in the first minute when blocking a shot from Aaron McLean – a player rumoured to be of interest for Wolves a year ago. The same McLean scored for the Posh just before the 10 minute mark. It was from close range and Carl Ikeme seem to have been out of chance to do anything about it.

But just a couple of minutes later they had another chance and the Posh were only prevented from adding number two by Ikeme, who raced out to the edge of his box to slide the ball away from Mackail-Smith after Boyd’s cutting through pass, writes the official QPR site.

But QPR also had chances throughout the match, but after an hour it became heavier for them, as a red card was shown to Leigertwood for a high challenge on Tommy Rowe and eight minutes before the end Peter Ramage was also shown the red after a second caution. There seem to be no end to the misery of the club.

But the match ended in a 1-0 defeat for Queens Park Rangers and they are sliding in the tables at the same time as Posh are very pleased to make contact with the teams above.

So It was not QPR-day today, but Matt Hill and Carl Ikeme seem to have done a good job for the club. Carl had nine shots on goal and managed to save eight of them and Hill seem to have made several blocks and he also crossed some balls in for his mates up front. And maybe Wolves should take a look at that McLean guy come summer.



~ by paddytheflea on February 6, 2010.

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