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Richard C

New signing Ben Wahsle - QPR

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My QPR-supporting mate has seen him play and reckons he's head and shoulders above Gradley.

 

Aldershot had Walshe on loan for a while last season.

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So if he is head and shoulders above Gradley that means he might just be adequate because Gradley is no where near good enough for conference football

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Is he not worth giving a chance then? Should we cast judgement before seeing him play? Will bringing more players into the squsd be bad for the players? Will it not create any competition for places?

 

Only time will tell!

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Bateo - you are onthe sensible stuff today well done!!!!!

 

Come on we can motivate this lot into supporting Andy again!!!!!! up the fleet 2 wins this weekend and next and thats it we are well out of it!! come on!!!!!!!!!!

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This lot on the "Sack Ford" campaign, seem to shoot everything he's doing down in flames.

 

What do they want for gods sake? Lets be realistic here - we're not going to attract Premiership players (even their reserves) down to Stonebridge Road on loan or permanently - Div 2 players such as this are probably the best we could hope for.

 

And lets face it, thats still 2 divisions above our level. And he has played first team football for a side that did pretty well last season.

 

Equally, the cry of "we dont want injured plyers looking to get fit" doesnt hold much water - after all, how many of those same people would have been calling for us to sign Keith Scott on loan, when apparently he was only loaned to get fit, by Dagenham?

 

And lets not forget, the guy is only on loan and has presumably been brought in to cover for Drury's absence and to give some much needed width to our play.

 

Lets give both him, and Andy our support for now - if things deteriorate further, there will be cause to complain louder, but not as yet.

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I agree with most of what you said Alan my original gripe was why sign a midfielder on loan when it is a striker we most obviously need and I have been very supportive of Andy Ford as you will see from my various other posts

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Quote:
More crap signing's

 

 

From what i saw yesterday, he looks an astute loan signing..

 

Was up and down the left hand side all match , added a new dimension to our midfield as he was not afraid to take players on. he set up a great chance for Haworth, whom maybe should have put us ahead early in the 2nd half , but hit the post instead.

 

Who ever pointed Ben in the direction of the Fleet, keep em coming. He looks an asset.

 

I bet he wonders what he has let himself in for, after our disciplinary performance.

 

C'mon you reds ...

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Alan W (GNFC) said:
Comment on one of the QPR sites was on his excellent crossing from the left - something that (to quote their site) they had been sadly lacking.


They weren't wrong about his crossing. Top Notch on Saturday

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It would seem that Andy is highly thought of in Football League circles. According to my QPR source Rangers boss, Ian Holloway, doesn't loan out his players to any old club. They only go out on loan if he considers that the player can regain some fitness and will learn something from his experience.

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A ha Ha Ha !!

 

I always felt a lot better in the bar after the game when I used to play !! The healing powers of alcohol !! Love it, Love it, Love it !!

 

At the risk of boring you, after getting injured in one match, but could still walk,had a few beers, then went out for a chinese, and a few more beers......diagnosed with a broken ankle the day after....in plaster for 8 weeks !! wife not impressed !!!

 

Cheers,

 

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