UK Models London QPR Fans Thrilled with the Team's Win Against Chelsea

Harry Redknapp experienced what uk models Manchester fans described as one of the finest moments of his extensive career at Stamford Bridge on the 2nd of January.


London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/23/2013 -- On the 2nd of January, Queens Park Rangers team defeated their rivals Chelsea 1-0, ensuring that the latter’s dreams of nabbing the Premier League title were dealt a final blow. This was the first win Queens Park Rangers have had had against Chelsea at this score-line in the league since October of 2011.

Redknapp is reported to have said that the defeat would serve as the team’s first stepping stone, which will allow it to climb from the bottom of the table. Moreover, Rafael Benitez, manager of Chelsea, hinted that the title had just about moved out of his own team’s reach. If Chelsea are to have even the slightest chance uk models London QPR fans explain, they would need to play almost perfectly in every upcoming match.

Conversely, it was clear that the results of the match had left Redknapp hugely optimistic about Queens Park Rangers’ future. He said that he could not recall a better win than this one in the history of his career. To beat a team who, by Redknapp’s own admission, had been ‘absolutely flying’ up until this point, was fantastic.

Renknapp also admitted that he had very high expectations for the match, and was not only delighted with the results, but also extremely relieved. It had been the team’s first away win over the course of the last twenty four matches, and QPR fans from uk models agency say it has given them hope that the team will continue to rise to success.

Following the match, Benitez discussed the strain which his team had been under recently, having had to play the hectic Christmas programme after their time away in Japan the previous month, for the Club World Club. Users of the uk models iphone app were surprised to hear that Benitez still defended his rotation policy, even after the team’s defeat at the hands of Queens Park Rangers the previous evening – the manager explained that Petr Cech, the goalkeeper was likely to be out for at least a fortnight, if not longer, due to a groin injury, whilst Terry, the team’s captain, would be out for the foreseeable future, as a result of having severely bruised his knee bone. However, Benitez did admit that he could see in their most recent match that some players were physically drained, and did not play as he had expected them to.

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