Date: 11th December 2008 at 7:48pm
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Vital QPR members have voted defender Kaspars Gorkss as their man of the match against Sheffield Wednesday.

The Latvian international was once again a rock in the back four, reducing the returning Fitz Hall to a place on the bench.

His aerial prowess was once again highlighted as he battled with the powerful Leon Clarke in air, while creating a number of good openings at the other end.

Kaspars came in as the overwhelming winner with no-one proving any real challenge to the former Blackpool man.

The top three are as follows:

Kaspars Gorkss – 87%
Radek Cerny – 6%
Peter Ramage – 2%

Rangers now travel to Home Park to face Plymouth Argyle, a side that they have been on good terms with ever since both clubs received their deserved promotions from Division Two back in 2004 – ahead of Bristol City.

Vital QPR now wants to know:

How will the R`s fare against Plymouth?

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One Reply to “Man of the Match – Kaspars Gork?s”

  • Well done Kaspars, another good performance. The winning margin suggests that maybe some of our Latvian friends have been voting in their numbers… 😀

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