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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Blackstock and Bircham Offer Their Views

Dexter Blackstock on Icons.com
"Dexter Blackstock looks ahead to next week's game against West Brom and explains how QPR have been coming to terms with the tragic death of team-mate Ray Jones.
"This is a very difficult week for us. We faced league-leaders Watford last Saturday and now it's West Brom on Sunday.
"The good thing is that we seem to raise our game against the better sides and against Watford I thought we put in a decent performance, possibly enough to win the game.
"I think the way we played against Watford has given the whole squad a boost and we've trained really well this week. We can take that sort of attitude into Sunday's game and if we can get a result at the Hawthorns that can really get our season going. It ended 3-3 there last year and we battled hard for that result.
"It has been a difficult time for everyone at the club and I don’t think you can underestimate the impact of what happened to Ray Jones has had. Everyone has tried to come to terms with it in their own way."
To read the full interview please go to: http://www.icons.com/blackstock/diary.html

Ex-QPR's Marc Bircham on Icons.com
"Marc Bircham says Yeovil can reap the benefits of being League One's underdogs as he explains why he could be the new Jonathan Ross...
"I can't tell you how good it was to be on the bench for the away game at Brighton at the weekend. Just being part of the match day atmosphere is something I love.
"I'm happy to be just about available for the starting line-up as we have a lot of big games coming up, starting with Forest this weekend.
"Forest are at the opposite end of the spectrum from Yeovil. They are a massive club and the pressure is on them to perform and do great things. I think their players feel that pressure.
"With Yeovil, most people don't really expect us to be where we are, never mind pushing for promotion. We are constantly being underestimated and we're happy with that. We can just keep going on and surprising people."
For the full interview, please go to: http://www.icons.com/bircham/diary.html

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