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Inside your Matchday Programme: Queens Park Rangers

Behind the cover of your penultimate issue of BEES

20 April 2018

“We are four points off the Play-Offs with three games remaining and these players will fight tooth and nail to try and get there. We are six games unbeaten which gives us plenty of momentum as we head down the final straight.”

From the Dugout: Dean Smith looks ahead to the visit of Queens Park Rangers

 

“I was very disappointed to see the decision reached by Sports Minister, Tracey Crouch, in relation to safe standing at West Bromwich Albion. I fear that politicians will once more put their prejudice and fears ahead of what is needed and wanted by the football community.”

From the Boardroom: Mark Devlin on Play-Off push, Season Cards and safe standing

 

“Matt Smith has been a focal point for the attack, taking on the rough and tumble of the Championship to allow the younger players some time on the ball.”

Hot Off the Press: With Phil Spencer of Get West London

 

“The goal at Fulham was an unbelievable feeling for myself, for the team and for the fans. When you’re struggling in a game the fans can give you that extra push – it’d be great to have a lot of fans at Griffin Park on Saturday.”

Goal Trail: With his first season in England drawing to a close, Neal Maupay has hit the goal trail at just the right time.BEES sat down with the in-form Frenchman to discuss his derby day experiences, finding the net at Fulham and the end-of-season run-in.

 

“I love both clubs, QPR because they nurtured me as a kid and Brentford because they basically saved my career - I would have walked away from football had I not been able to come back down to London.”

First, Best, Worst: From a short-lived debut to a belter against Bradford, we talk to Marcus Bean about his first, best and worst moments in football

 

“With 94 minutes on the clock it all came together as Neal sent the away fans off the deep end. What a way to silence those horrific paper clappers.”

Park Life: Nick Bruzon on a dramatic draw at Craven Cottage

 

“The slightest doubt can cause top athletes to overanalyse. That’s why a golfer can suddenly no longer make easy putts or why a world-class footballer can fail to make a five-yard pass.”

The Last Word: Ben Burgess discusses the importance of mental strength with the finish line in sight

 

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