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Submitted by jak3y13oy 789d ago | news

QPR boss Redknapp: My Portsmouth team was crap and stayed up, so can we

The Hoops' manager is bullish over his side's chances of survival in the Premier League, despite going down to defeat at home to Manchester United on Saturday afternoon (English Premier League, Harry Redknapp, Queens Park Rangers)

krazykombatant  +   790d ago
LOOOOL not gonna happen.
mmj  +   788d ago
If they stayed up then they were obviously not crap, QPR this year on the other hand are without a doubt one of if not the worst teams in the league and deserve to be relegated.
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