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Hendon v QPR

By dw19/7/2016 00:31Tue Jul 19 00:31:58 2016

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Another thoroughly entertaining match more than matching last year's fixture with an SJP record attendance for Hendon. It was a great atmosphere throughout on a very special occasion that would have seemed unthinkable four years ago.

I felt that the QPR team this year were better physically and technically, so that the end result in no way disgraced Hendon. Had Kezie equalised after a fine move in the last minute rather than hitting the inside of the post, nobody could have grumbled with the result. Hendon finished the match strongly in my opinion - not an easy feat against full-time opposition.

Edited by dw at 00:32:33 on 19th July 2016

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Re: Hendon v QPR

By richhend19/7/2016 10:30Tue Jul 19 10:30:58 2016In response to Hendon v QPRTop of thread

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I agree. A thoroughly entertaining game. I thought that The QPR number 5 looked an outstanding player and hope he goes on to have a fine career.

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Re: Hendon v QPR

By IcecapUnited19/7/2016 12:01Tue Jul 19 12:01:41 2016In response to Re: Hendon v QPRTop of thread

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I thought Hendon did very well to make it difficult for QPR to run away with the game. A couple of chances at the end of each half that should have been goals too. Based on the 3 games so far and considering the level of opposition in 2 of the games and I think Hendon are looking very competitive this season.

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Re: Hendon v QPR

By Paul Butler (buts1690)19/7/2016 12:14Tue Jul 19 12:14:31 2016In response to Re: Hendon v QPRTop of thread

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Three of their goals were very very soft, especially the one in the first 5 seconds, strolled through unopposed. However, once the defenders get to know each other a bit I'm sure that will be rectified, now is the time to get these things out of the way.

Excellent turnout, hopefully bodes well for league Saturdays, particularly when we can pick up some floating fans when local games are rained off.

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