Date: 20th March 2010 at 7:58pm
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QPR manager Neil Warnock said Swansea City are ‘horrible to watch’ after today’s 1-1 draw at Loftus Road.

Nathan Dyer put us in front but German equalised to share the points this afternoon.

Warnock praised his side’s performance but said the Swans are a horrible side to watch under QPR’s former manager Paulo Sousa, he also took a swipe at the Swans boss after he criticised Warnock’s management approach in midweek.

‘There just wasn’t enough time to clinch another goal.

‘Fair play to the lads, they kept their heads up, played football and got their just rewards.”

‘I did tell the players not to tackle today so as not to upset Paulo,”

‘Today was always going to be a difficult match against Swansea. They don’t concede many goals and are horrible to watch.

‘They’re a good passing side but you’ve just got to hope you get a goal first. When they score it’s very difficult.

‘When you concede a goal against Swansea it’s always going to be difficult, that’s the way that they play, horrible.

‘I told the players that it would be a horrible game. I think Swansea showed how hard it is to play against them when they’re a goal up. I was pleased with the lads’ response.”




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