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Monday, September 24, 2007

QPR with Bosnich in Goal Defeat Barnet - QPR & Barnet Perspectives

UPDATE: September 25: The Daily Mail
Bosnich training with QPR in bid to relaunch his career
Mark Bosnich is training at QPR in an attempt to re-launch his career. Under-fire boss John Gregory managed the Australian keeper at Aston Villa a decade ago and oversaw his transfer to Manchester United in 1999 Mail

[NB: Bosnich has actually been training with QPR for the past couple of months.]

QPR Official Site - BEES STUNG
First half goals from Nicky Ward and Ben Sahar helped Rangers ease to a comfortable 2-0 victory in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Barnet.
Ward opened the scoring in the sixth minute when he latched on to Kieron St Aimie's pull-back, before firing home from 15 yards.
The lead was doubled eight minutes later when Ward turned provider. The Australian found Sahar with a neat through-ball and the Chelsea loanee did the rest, finishing with aplomb past the advancing Barnet custodian.
The duo both went close to adding to the R's goal haul, as the hosts orchestrated proceedings at Harlington.
QPR: Bosnich, Trialist, Bignot, Curtis, Shimmin, Rehman, St Aimie (Arthur, 68), Bailey, Ward (Rose, 75), Sahar, Baidoo (Coyne, 46)
Subs Not Used: O'Brien. QPR

Barnet Official Site - Squad Members Get Valuable Exercise
Assistant manager Ian Hendon took three and a half hours to get to the QPR training ground near Heathrow in rain-lashed weather ... and his side were two down in the first 10 minutes or so against a side boasting several of the host side's first team regulars in a behind-closed-doors game.
The Bees fielded four PROTEC youngsters who impressed in last week's game against Barnet U18s alongside squad players who did not start at Chesterfield. They failed to score against QPR goalkeeper Mark Bosnich.
Hendon reports: "Both Joe O'Cearuill and James Cole did well. Liam Hatch did a bit better than last time. Ashley Carew, too, did well.
"Although it took all that time to get across London, referee Dermot Gallagher started promptly at 11.30 a.m. - and we were two down almost after getting out of the cars and before we got a grip. After that we did alright, particularly the two lads at the back, and Rangers rarely looked like scoring again. To be fair, we didn't create much either".
The Bees beat QPR on a previous visit last month, as fully reported on www.barnetfc.com. Today's game was not covered by a professional journalist because of the disparaging and negative reaction to last week's report on the game against Barnet U18s.
These matches are purely designed to allow members of the Barnet squad who do not play at the weekend 90 minutes football. Dennis Signy Barnet

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