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Post by sanchoz » Mon Feb 10, 2020 7:27 am

Championship: Huddersfield 2 QPR 0
Queens Park Rangers fell to a third successive defeat as Huddersfield claimed a vital win to move six points clear of the Championship relegation zone.
QPR's impressive Eberechi Eze then cut in from the left and dinked a ball into the box which picked out Jordan Hugill, but the forward could only place his effort into the side-netting.
QPR: Kelly, Kane, Hall, Masterson, Wallace, Ball, Amos (Clarke 67), Chair (Pugh 67), Eze, Osayi-Samuel (Oteh 87), Hugill. Unused subs: Lumley, Rangel, Barbet, Manning.
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Post by sanchoz » Mon Feb 10, 2020 7:30 am

Championship: Stoke City 3 - 1 Charlton 1 - match report

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Charlton’s hopes for survival took another blow as they dropped to 21st in the Championship table following defeat to fellow strugglers Stoke City.
Addicks captain Pearce then narrowly failed to head in Josh Cullen’s inviting corner for what was one of Charlton’s best chances to score in the game.
Charlton: Phillips; Matthews, Lockyer, Pearce, Purrington (Doughty 72); Pratley, Cullen, Davis; Williams (Oztumer 72), Green, Taylor.

Subs not used: Amos, Field, Hemed, Sarr, Smith.
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Championship: Stoke City 3 - 1 Charlton - player ratings


Josh Cullen - 5 - His corners were consistently well-placed and his neat combination play with Andre Green helped set up the equaliser. Maybe should have done more for the Ince goal as Williams never really looked like he was going to catch Allen.
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Post by sanchoz » Wed Feb 12, 2020 10:03 am

REPORT: Nottingham Forest 0 Charlton 1- Taylor snatches victory for Addicks


Charlton moved further from the drop zone after a shock 1-0 win at the City ground courtesy of a first-half strike by Lyle Taylor.
Charlton : Phillips, Matthews, Lockyer, Pearce (c), Sarr, Doughty (Purrington 60’), Cullen, Davis, Oztumer (McGeady 59’), Hemed (Smith 73’), Taylor ; SUBS : Amos, Purrington, Oshilaja, Smith, McGeady, Aneke, Bonne. (3-5-2).
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Nottingham Forest 0 Charlton Athletic 1: Addicks secure vital away win
Charlton opened up a six-point gap above the Championship drop zone after registering their first away win in thirteen attempts.
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Burton Albion 2 (Akins 20, Murphy 71), Oxford United 2 (Agyei 63, Taylor 90+1)


MATTY Taylor poached a stoppage-time equaliser to rescue a point for Oxford United at Burton Albion.
United had to make a late alteration to their plans, after Jamie Mackie was called home by a family bereavement as the squad boarded the coach at their hotel.

That saw Matty Taylor keep his shirt, while Nathan Holland replaced the injured Marcus Browne and Kelly was preferred to Gorrin.
United threatened for the first time on 15 minutes, when Holland glanced James Henry’s cross wide.
United did at least muster a shot on target before the break, as Holland’s snap-shot was kept out by Brewers goalkeeper Kieran O’Hara’s legs after Josh Ruffels’s deflected cross fell kindly.
Burton were kept pinned in around their box, repeatedly clearing straight to United, who finally made it count on 63 minutes.

Holland won the ball in his own half and drove across halfway before finding Taylor. The striker slid a pass for Agyei to race through and beat O’Hara.
Oxford Utd (4-3-3): Eastwood, Long (Forde 83), Dickie, Mousinho, Ruffels, Kelly (Gorrin 20), Brannagan, Sykes (Agyei 61), Henry, Taylor, Holland.

Unused subs: Stevens, Moore, Hanson, Thorne.
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Post by sanchoz » Wed Feb 12, 2020 10:07 am

Lincoln City 1-1 MK Dons match report - Liam Bridcutt nets stunner as Imps are held


A draw was a fair result on the balance of play
Appleton made two changes either side of the hour mark, sending on Tom Hopper and Conor Coventry for Hesketh and Joe Morrell, who is set for a suspension after picking up his 10th booking of the season in the first half.
But it was the Dons who finished the stronger with Vickers making a crucial save following a goalmouth scramble and Alex Gilbey firing into the side-netting after breaking into the Imps’ box.

In between, Coventry slid an effort wide of the far post.
Imps: Vickers; Eardley, Bolger, Shackell, Edun; Anderson (Scully 74), Bridcutt, Morrell (Coventry 62), Grant; Hesketh (Hopper 58); John-Jules.

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Post by LeonRivers » Sat Feb 15, 2020 2:25 am

Winston Reid joins Sporting Kansas City on loan

West Ham defender Winston Reid has joined Major League Soccer side Sporting Kansas City on loan.

The 31-year-old is the Hammers second-longest serving player behind Mark Noble but has not played a competitive game since March 2018 because of a serious knee injury.

Reid will join up with Sporting Kansas before the start of their 2020 season next month.

They begin their campaign with a trip to Vancouver Whitecaps on 1 March.

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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by LeonRivers » Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:56 am

Latest Fixtures:

Ten days since my last update, so 2 matches to catch up on for most teams.

Nathan Trott

unused sub (twice)

Next Match: Tues 18th February vs Oxford (a)

Jordan Hugill

Jordan played as QPR drew 0-0 at Swansea.

MATCH REPORT:
"Rangers created - and wasted - the best chances, with Jordan Hugill and Bright Osayi-Samuel the biggest culprits."
"Hugill blazed over when clean through after just four minutes."

LIVE TWEETS:

4' Close for the R's! Mix up at the back gives Hugill a chance from 16 yards but his effort goes just over!
6' Hugill not giving the Swans defence a minute's peace, closing down and pressing high.
57' Ball tries to set up Hugill who tries to set up Eze, but the chance is smothered.
61' Rangel's ball from the right almost falls at the feet of Hugill but the ball is hacked clear.
72' Close again for QPR! Osayi-Samuel fires the ball across the face of goal but Hugill is unable to get the vital touch.

He then made his 30th appearance of the season, scoring QPR's first goal as they fought back from 0-2 down to beat Stoke 4-2.

MATCH REPORT:
"Stoke started the brighter, but Rangers had a penalty appeal waved away in the 15th minute after Danny Batth appeared to bring Hugill down in the box as he attempted to get on the end of Eze's superb pass."
"Mark Warburton's side missed a great chance minutes later, with Hugill putting Manning's cross over the bar from two yards out. Eze linked up nicely with Manning, whose cross form the left went beyond Butland only for the stretching Hugill to nudge the ball over from a couple of yards out."
"Hugill atoned for his earlier miss by pulling a goal back after 34 minutes with a first-time strike from the edge of the six-yard box after being set up by Manning's clever pass in behind the Stoke defence."

LIVE TWEETS:

15' No penalty given. Jordan Hugill goes down in the box, but QPR's appeals are waved away.
19' Huge chance! QPR should be ahead but Jordan Hugill puts Ryan Manning's cross over from close-range.
34' HUGOAL! Ryan Manning again the provider, finding Jordan Hugill who finishes well at the near post.
52' Nearly, Jordan Hugill! Butland tips Hugill's curling shot just around the post.
90+3' Second QPR change. Oteh is on for Hugill

Next Match: Sat 22nd February vs Nott'm Forest (a)

Josh Cullen

Josh made his 20th start of the season as Charlton got a superb 1-0 win at high-flying Nottingham Forest. He received his fifth booking of the season midway through the second half for a foul.

LIVE TWEETS:

12' Taylor plays a clever ball into the box with the outside of his foot, but neither Hemed or Cullen can get on the end of it.
66' Cullen booked.
84' Break in play while Cullen receives treatment for a whack to the head.
86' Da Costa booked for a foul on Cullen.

He then played as Charlton lost 0-2 at home to Blackburn.

MATCH REPORT:
"Charlton improved after the break, with Blackburn keeper Christian Walton saving from Lyle Taylor and Josh Cullen, but to no avail."

LIVE TWEETS:

84' CLOSE! Superb first-time effort from Cullen on the edge of the box as he tries to lob Walton, but the keeper makes a superb save to tip it over.

Next Match: Sat 22nd February vs Luton (h)

Grady Diangana

not in squad (injured)

Next Match: Sat 22nd February vs Bristol City (a)

Aji Alese

unused sub (twice)

Next Match: Sat 22nd February vs Rotherham (h)

Nathan Holland

Nathan played the full match as Oxford eaqualised in injury time to draw 2-2 at Burton.

MATCH REPORT:
"Nathan Holland had the visitors' best chance of the first half. Having steered an early effort wide of Kieran O'Hara's goal, he forced a good save from the on-loan Manchester United goalkeeper with his feet just before the break."

LIVE TWEETS:

15' Henry digs out a cross from the right. It finds Holland who can't direct it goalwards.
43' Henry's shot is deflected back to Nathan Holland who fires goalwards. It looks like it's going in but O'Hara sticks out a leg to make the save.
79' Holland with the ball on the left, he cuts inside and his shot deflects wide for a corner.
90' Holland's cross falls for Henry whose goalbound shot is deflected wide by Conor Shaughnessy.

He then played 12 minutes as Oxford lost 0-1 at home to in-form Sunderland.

Next Match: Tues 18th February vs Wimbledon (h)

Conor Coventry

Conor played 28 minutes as Lincoln drew 1-1 with MK Dons.

LIVE TWEETS:

62' City make a second change, Coventry comes on to replace Morrell who has been cautioned.
88' John-Jules on the right, inside to Scully who returns it. Eardley on the overlap crosses. lt drops into the box where Coventry attacks it and shoots first time, but it curls wide of the far post.

He was then an unused sub today.

Next Match: Sat 22nd February vs Luton (h)

Roberto

not in squad

Next Match: Sun 23rd February vs Athletic Bilbao (h)

Dan Kemp

Dan the full match as Stevenage lost 3-1 at Bradford. He was booked for a cynical foul in the first half.

LIVE TWEETS:

21' - Dan Kemp takes a booking after stopping a Bradford counter attack on halfway.
24' - Dan Kemp earns Stevenage their first corner of the game.
88' - Dan Kemp's corner finds Ben Nugent at the back post, who can only head wide.

Dan played 74 minutes as Stevenage lost 0-1 to Salford.

MATCH REPORT:
"West Ham loanee Dan Kemp dipped a free-kick just over for Boro on 26 minutes."
"Letheren then did brilliantly to tip over a Kemp effort after he got through on goal just after the restart."

LIVE TWEETS:

1' - Dan Kemp gets us underway at The Lamex.
2' - Dan Kemp's corner is originally cleared but put back in by Joe Leesley to win another corner - shouts for handball from the home fans but referee waves away the protests.
24' - Dan Kemp slides a ball into Charlie Carter on the edge of the box, who can only fire low at Letheren. Good spell of possession from Stevenage.
26' - Dan Kemp has been at the centre of all things good in this first half. A well won free-kick on the edge is taken by the West Ham loanee, only to see his effort dip just over the bar.
48' - CHANCE! Charlie Carter plays it through to Dan Kemp who's in on goal, but Letheren makes a great stop to tip over!
54' - Another good chance for Stevenage. Dan Kemp brings the ball down inside the Salford half and plays it to Charlie Lakin, who drives forward to find Jake Cassidy. Cass gets to the byline but no one is on the end of it!
73' - Second sub. Dan Kemp OFF, Dean Parrett ON.

Next Match: Sat 22nd February vs Luton (h)

Sead Haksabanovic

Sead played 66 minutes as IFK won their second pre season match 4-2 against Briedablik. He scored the third goal and assisted two more.

MATCH REPORT [translated]:
"Andreas Blomqvist collected a ball down the back line, turned up and struck a perfect cross ball to Sead Haksabanovic on the left. Sead passed his defender, walked inward into the field and then fired a sneaky shot that the goalkeeper failed to hold. On the return, Carl Björk showed up and pushed the ball into the net roof."
"Andreas Blomqvist won the ball just outside Breidablik's penalty area and passed it to Haksabanovic, who finished at the goalkeeper's near post."
"With half an hour left, Lars Krogh Gerson scored the final goal of the match. Haksabanovic's corner from the left was perfectly met by Gerson's foot at the far post. Gerson pulled on the volley and the ball ended up in the net."

Pre Season Stats:
Played: 5
Goals: 1
Assists: 3

Next Match: Tues 18th February vs Jönköpings Södra (h) - Pre-Season Friendly

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Next Match: Sun 1st March vs Vancouver (a)

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Post by sanchoz » Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:14 am

Charlton Athletic 0 Blackburn Rovers 2: Addicks beaten at home in front of bumper Valley crowd


Charlton’s five-game Championship unbeaten home run came to an end as Blackburn Rovers took all three points at The Valley.
Taylor came close once more with a free-kick, before Josh Cullen’s rasping shot was tipped away as the home side were unable to find that goal to give them hope in the closing stages.
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REPORT: Charlton 0 Blackburn 2 - Addicks found wanting in windy conditions
Despite the possession and territory Charlton found it difficult create anything of note.

Taylor saw another free-kick whistle past the post while Josh Cullen’s strike drew a superb save from Walton with ten minutes to go.

And that effort proved to be Charlton’s last chance as they fell to defeat.
Charlton: 3-5-2 Phillips, Doughty, Matthews, Pearce (Smith 45’), Lockyer, Sarr, Cullen, Davis, McGeady (Bonne 70’), Hemed (Green 60’), Taylor SUBS: Amos, Oztumer, Purrington, Bonne, Green, Oshilaja, Smith
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PLAYER RATINGS: Charlton 0 Blackburn 1 - who had their worst day in a red shirt?
Josh Cullen 5

With a lot of the play by-passing the midfield he found it hard to dictate tempo first half. Second half he was involved more but his set-piece deliveries were poor.
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Post by sanchoz » Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:18 am

QPR 4 Stoke City 2 - R's end winless run with spectacular comeback


A thrilling comeback saw QPR's five-game winless run come to an end as they beat Stoke City 4-2 at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

After missing two good opportunities in the first half, the R's found themselves 2-0 down following goals from Sam Clucas and Tyrese Campbell but Jordan Hugill and Ebere Eze struck before the break to level the score at 2-2.
QPR saw penalty appeals waved away ten minutes later when Jordan Hugill went down when trying to get on the end of Geoff Cameron's through ball.

Rangers should have gone ahead on 19 minutes when Hugill somehow managed to divert Ryan Manning's cross wide from a couple of yards out.
But Rangers had one back on 34 minutes when Manning, who was a constant threat down the left, found Hugill who composed himself and finished well past Butland to make it 2-1.
Powell then tried an ambitious effort on the turn which flew harmlessly over before Hugill curled a strike towards the far corner, forcing Butland to get across and tip wide.

On 69 minutes, Eze almost grabbed his second of the game when a quick break from the home side saw Hugill play it out to the attacking midfielder, who fired a powerful effort at goal which Butland tipped over.
QPR: Kelly, Hall, Cameron, Pugh, Hugill, Eze, Ball, Manning, Osayi-Samuel, Rangel, Barbet
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QPR 4 Stoke City 2 - Player ratings
Jordan Hugill 8 - Looked like it was going to be another one of those days for the striker when he missed from a couple of yards out early on but worked tirelessly and got his goal.
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Post by sanchoz » Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:23 am

Warburton praises Hugill for 'tireless' performance in victory over Stoke

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QPR boss Mark Warburton praised Jordan Hugill for his "tireless" performance in the 4-2 win over Stoke City.

Hugill has found goals difficult to come by in the Championship over the past couple of months having scored just one goal in the previous 15 league games leading up to the game against Stoke.

But after missing a good opportunity early on, the West Ham loanee scored QPR's first goal as they fought back from 2-0 down to end their five-game winless run.

Warburton was delighted with the efforts of his striker and said: "He deserved the ovation today, he worked his socks off. He bullied the centre-half all afternoon.

"He battled really hard, he got his goal, he was tireless all afternoon and he thoroughly deserved the ovation.

"Strikers go through barren spells. It's important that confidence stays high and the belief in their technique and their ability.

"You saw today what it means to Jordan."

Hugill and Marc Pugh both missed golden opportunities to give their side the lead in the first half before Sam Clucas and Tyrese Campbell made Rangers pay in quick fashion.

But the R's were level before the break as Hugill and Ebere Eze scored, with second-half strikes from Bright Osayi-Samuel and Ilias Chair securing a hard-fought victory.

Warburton was pleased to see his team return to goalscoring ways having failed to find the net in the last three games but believes it could have been even more.

"We missed eight really nice goals as well I think," he added.

"I thought Stoke started better in the first ten minutes then we got into the game and I thought we looked very incisive and we missed two massive chances.

"We cut them open then you're looking and thinking here we go again and we concede two very poor goals and we give ourselves a mountain to climb.

"But the immediate response from Jordan. We get the equaliser and in truth should have been 3-2 up at half-time.

"We know that Stoke possess a lot of players with good international experience, Premier League experience and they're a good team if you let them play.

"I thought second half we were very good in ever-worsening conditions.

"We looked incisive and we were creating chance after chance and missed a couple which I'm not sure how we missed them.

"But I'm delighted for the players and I'm delighted for the supporters."
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Post by sanchoz » Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:28 am

Oxford United 0, Sunderland 1 (Willis 2)

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OXFORD United’s excellent second-half display counted for nothing as they were unable to find a way past Sunderland’s stubborn rearguard.
It worked for a while, but United came on strongly again in the closing stages, as Marcus Browne and Nathan Holland came off the bench.
Oxford Utd (3-5-2): Eastwood, Dickie, Mousinho, Moore, Forde, Sykes (Holland 78), Henry (Mackie 89), Brannagan, Ruffels, Agyei (Browne 61), Taylor.

Unused subs: Stevens, Long, Thorne, Hanson.

Booked: Brannagan.
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Oxford United player ratings v Sunderland

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Nathan Holland (Sykes 78)
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Stevenage 0-1 Salford City: Boro still adrift at the bottom despite battling display


Despite a spirited display, Stevenage lost 1-0 to Salford City at the Lamex on Saturday afternoon leaving them seven points adrift at the bottom of League Two.
Salford went into the break ahead, but Boro came close to finding an equaliser just after the interval as Charlie Carter broke forward and fed Dan Kemp, with the West Ham United loanee seeing his shot tipped over the bar by Kyle Letheren.

They had a better chance on 55 minutes as Kemp was involved again, with his blocked effort falling to Charlie Lakin inside the 18-yard box, but his shot went just the wrong side of the post as the hosts continued to press for the all-important equaliser.

Despite pressing right up until the final whistle they couldn't find the goal they needed, leaving them bottom and seven points from safety with 12 games to play.
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Stevenage 0-1 Salford City player ratings: Digby impresses as Leesley struggles
Dan Kemp - 5.5
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