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Cardiff Outclass QPR (Boss Comment)

Cardiff City manager Dave Jones gushed after watching his side outplay, outgun and outclass an off-colour Queens Park Rangers side courtesy of three goals in the first hour. Jones told BBC Sport:


'I can't praise my side enough and I don't think anyone watching will complain at that, man for man we were a different class.'


'To see that football, movement, power and pace after a game on Sunday as well was superb.'


'I told them at half-time to just go out and do it again. They did for 20 minutes, although they just took their foot off the gas at the end.'




QPR manager Luigi Di Canio was suprised as well as disappointed but chose to praise Cardiff City aswell as highlighting the defensive faities which comdemned his side to defeat:



'It was not the real QPR out there, but credit to Cardiff, they really surprised us and took full advantage of our mistakes.'


'I'm very disappointed but we simply got it wrong on the night, we didn't have the right attention on the pitch or the right determination.'













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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 30 2008

Time: 9:00AM

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How can they say only 13,603 were there! no way the stadium was sorta full at least 17 thousand there
jamie_r
for 13,000 we had a brilliant atmosphere, you could feel the tension between our fans and rowan vine, give his soo much stick he requested to play by the grandstand because the bob bank give him so much abuse
bluebird04
 

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