Long-serving manager Gordon Bartlett has urged his players to rise to the occasion ahead of Wealdstone’s eagerly-awaited FA Cup fourth qualifying round encounter against Dagenham & Redbridge this weekend.
Hendon manager Gary McCann says his side will need to match the defensive resilience and organisation of a “George Graham-esque” Boreham Wood outfit if they are to produce a memorable FA Cup upset on Saturday.
Striker Niko Muir is confident Hendon can go to National League side Boreham Wood and produce an FA Cup upset next weekend after the Greens reached the fourth qualifying round for the first time in four years.
Karl Henry says Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has the full support of the QPR squad, with the midfielder insisting the Dutchman has done nothing wrong after allegations made against him in the Daily Telegraph last week.
Wealdstone boss Gordon Bartlett has hailed the impact Elliot Benyon has made since joining the club, likening the striker’s work ethic and attitude towards the game to his assistant manager Scott McGleish.
QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand has admitted he didn’t believe Cole Kpekawa would go on to realise his full potential at QPR, and thus believed it was in the best interests of both parties that he left the club on deadline day.
The FA Cup was a virtual non-starter for Harrow Borough last term, but manager Steve Baker is hoping for an extended run in the competition this time, and a cash boost that could aid the club’s league campaign.
QPR fell to their second successive league defeat in the space of five days as Preston won a one-sided contest at Loftus Road on Saturday. Here the Times discusses the four main talking points from the game
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