QPRQPR boss hails ‘excellent’ Buzsaky

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Boss Mark Hughes praised Akos Buzsaky after the Hungarian played a starring role in QPR’s 3-1 victory over Wigan.

Buzsaky, frozen out by Hughes’ predecessor Neil Warnock, scored with a spectacular free-kick to help Rangers to their first league win under the new manager.

Buzsaky netted QPR’s second goal.

“Technically, Akos is a good player and it’s obvious he has ability,” said Hughes.

“He hasn’t played many games and was flagging towards the end so I took him off, but he was excellent today.”

Rangers’ win against the Premier League’s bottom side took them out of the bottom three and eased their fears of an immediate return to the Championship.

But Hughes warned that they still have a tough battle ahead as they look to avoid the drop.

He said: “We’ve now got to show that kind of attitude and determination in every game.

“We know it’s going to be tough, but you’ve obviously got a better chance when you play with that kind of commitment.”

Meanwhile, Rangers are assessing a hamstring strain suffered by striker DJ Campbell, who was substituted at half-time.

“It’s a tweak. We’re hopeful it’s not too bad,” Hughes revealed.

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  1. Comment by Aaron
    21/01/2012
    7:08 pm

    Buzsaky, frozen out by Hughes’ predecessor Neil Warnock, scored with a spectacular free-kick to help Rangers to their first league win under the new manager.
    He was not frozen out. Faurlan is injured so he has got a chance and he is taking it.
    Getting very annoying all these websites slagging Warnock off.. DJ Campbell was not frozen out either he has been injured most of the season.
    Barton getting better but puts the Twit in Twitter…


  2. Comment by JiNormus
    22/01/2012
    12:02 am

    Don’t agree sorry. Buzsacky is our longest reigning QPR player. He’s a fan favourite & processes such great skill & determination. I’ve been a lifelong rangers fan & do apreriate what he has done for the club. But it doesnt take a genius to see that he was negative & not very professional. Take taarabat for instance one of our best players last year but this season hardly ever started & not a shadow of his former self. Similar with a lot of the players. It’s down to management & personal coaching & that’s mark Hughes all over. He’s a breath of fresh air!…
    My bet is that as soon as taarabats back Hughes will make him the player he deserves to be.
    I’m not getting carried away as its a long way to go. But we are moving in the right direction. Warwick had to go. He’s an amazing championship manager & will always be up there with the best QPR managers of all time as he has done something no-one else has in my lifetime … Won us a trophy!!… But on the flip side he can’t just bow out gracefully.
    A few signings, a quality striker to help helguson,a midfielder & a defender and the current squad we should be fine. Hughes is here for the long haul can see him being a legend & with QPR for many successful years!!
    Come on you Rrrrrrrr’s!





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