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Saturday, March 22, 2008

Ex-QPRs in Action Yesterday: Gallen, Cook, Forbes and Bircham

Kevin Gallen played for MK Dons yesterday in front of a record crowd as they drew 1-1 with Peterbrough. Unfortunately, according to reports..."Kevin Gallen missed a great last-minute chance to move MK Dons clear at the top...Gallen then scuffed the best chance of the match when he failed the hit the target from close range." BBC
Or from Sporting Life "Veteran striker Kevin Gallen missed a glorious last-gasp chance to move the MK Dons clear at the top.... The former QPR striker somehow blazed wide in the dying seconds with the goal at his mercy to disappoint the majority of the 14,528-strong crowd....the best chance of the night arrived in stoppage time when Gallen hopelessly miscued after good work from Wilbraham." Sporting Life

MK Dons Official Site - Ray Mathias on Kevin Gallen
"...Mathias backed Gallen to put things right. He said: "We're disappointed in the end, the one person you'd want that chance to fall to was Kevin Gallen but unfortunately these things happen. "Kev's gutted in there, nobody's more professional than him and he's got goals for the team this season.
"He's apologised to the lads after the game but players don't mean to miss chances, especially players of Kevin Gallen's quality....MK Dons

Lee Cook came on a late sub for Charlton in their 1-1 draw with WBA. ReportAlso - Charlton Official Site Match Report

Yeovil, with Forbes starting and Bircham coming on as late sub (and getting booked) defeated Doncaster 2-1 - Report

And at Nottingham Forest: Supposed (according to messageboard rumours) QPR target Chris Commons; and very briefly-at-QPR QPR Junior Agogo came on as late subs as Forest won 2-1 at - Report

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