Date: 29th September 2008 at 5:29pm
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Rangers assistant manager Tim Flowers believes that QPR have exceeded expectations in how they`ve began this campaign.

The coach formerly of Blackburn Rovers and Coventry City thinks that Rangers have got off to a good start, but it`s a question of sustainability in the Championship,

‘It’s a decent start.” Dowie told the BBC

“If we had been offered this we’d have taken it. But we’re not mugs, we know there’s a long way to go.”

‘This season’s a marathon. It’s a cruel season in the Championship. It’s game after game and it stretches you to the limits but we’ve got a decent squad.’


Back to back defeats against Coventry City and Derby County have placed the R`s in 5th, but that doesn`t dampen Flowers` spirit,

‘We’ll make sure they come out of the blocks a bit quicker.”

‘But I think we’re moving in the right direction. We’re trying to play football that people appreciate. This club hasn’t had a cup run for a long period of time. Let’s make no mistake we are certainly moving in the right direction.’


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