Date: 30th April 2011 at 8:07pm
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Fitz Hall has had his say as Queens Park Rangers achieved promotion to the Premier League.

The R’s central defender started the fixture as Rangers recorded the victory required against Watford.

He was unfortunately taken off early in the first period and had to watch on as Adel Taarabt and Tommy Smith notched the necessary goals.

Hall, who has achieved his second successive promotion, paid testament to both the players and Neil Warnock.

‘This is the finest day of my footballing career and we’re going to enjoy it tonight,’ he told QPR.co.uk

‘You could see by the celebrations just how tight a group we are and we all deserve this success.

‘We’re a united bunch and we’ve all stuck together from the first day of the season to now.’


Regarding boss Neil Warnock, Hall added: ‘He deserves all the credit in the world and we’re delighted for him, delighted for the club.’

Queens Park Rangers will now prepare to lift the title as they face Leeds United next Saturday in front of a sold-out Loftus Road.

 

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