Thursday, 16 October 2014

Bottom of the table pressure....

 
 After the International break, the Premier League returns this weekend with a couple of key games near the foot of the table to look at. Bottom side QPR play Liverpool on Sunday, in what’s a must not lose game for Harry Redknapp, before we went into the break QPR lost at West Ham 2-0 in a poor performance which brought out more negative reaction from fans & even the chairman venting his frustration on Twitter.

 The fact is QPR fans can see similar signs to a couple of years ago when they went down, under Redknapp but it was the time Mark Hughes stayed in the job which cost them. He was sacked in late November which didn’t leave Rangers with enough time to really get out of trouble.

 So were in mid October now and Redknapp’s excuses have gone from ‘No Strikers’, to 'no players are fit’ also he had another classic, ‘they should not have gone to Ireland and Germany for pre-season’. QPR also have what seem to be the most first teams coaches in the league. The excuses are running out and with Aston Villa, Chelsea and Manchester City to play in the next few weeks, QPR are bottom and need a positive result fast as the dark clouds come over Loftus Road names such as Tim Sherwood and Tony Pulis are being mentioned in the rumour mill.

 Still without wins in the league are Newcastle and Burnley who both have home games this weekend. Sean Dyche job is much safer then Alan Pardew’s at this time. Burnley with 4 draws already this season will fancy their chances in getting something against West Ham.

 It’s a high pressure game at St James’ once again for Pardew, Leicester City know it will be a negative atmosphere on Saturday the longer it stays 0-0. The fans want Pardew out they also want Mike Ashley gone too. The negativity could work for this very organised team in Leicester come Saturday. The pressure of the bottom of the league may get to one chairman very soon to cut the cord.

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