Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Warnock boosted by SWP news

Neil Warnock has been handed a welcome boost after learning that Shaun Wright-Phillips didn't break his foot during QPR's defeat to Norwich last week. The winger left Carrow Road on crutches after the 2-1 loss, with initial fears that the former Chelsea man had suffered a break now alleviated.

Wright-Phillips has been an ever-present in the QPR side since his summer move from Manchester City, and his presence in the team will be integral to the club's hopes this season.  People following the best football odds should remember this.

There is now hope that the Wright-Phillips could yet recover in time to face West Brom this weekend, as the newly promoted side look to bounce back from the Norwich defeat.

Warnock revealed his summer signing had avoided serious injury, admitting he could make the squad for the West Brom game at Loftus Road.

"Shaun is undergoing extensive treatment this week," he said.

"Fortunately there's no break, and we haven't written him off just yet for Saturday's game with West Brom."

If Rangers are to have any hope of avoiding the drop this season, then home victories against sides like West Brom are going to be essential. Warnock's men have at times looked a little out of their league, however, there has been more than enough evidence that there is enough quality throughout the squad to achieve their objectives this season. With Warnock, anything is possible during this campaign. 

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