Date: 18th March 2010 at 6:33pm
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ROWAN Vine gave Neil Warnock a timely reminder of his potential as he struck one of three goals against Crystal Palace this afternoon.

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Rowan Vine gave Neil Warnock a timely reminder of his potential as he struck one of three goals against Crystal Palace this afternoon.

The R’s forward scored the second of Rangers’ three from the penalty spot to accompany Josh Parker’s opener, laid on by the former Birmingham City front-man.

Shane McWeeney then performed heroics to deny Keiron Cadogan from the penalty spot – a player that was handed his first team debut by current R’s boss Neil Warnock.

Wilfred Zaha finally beat an inspired McWeeney before Sam Bewick slammed home from the edge of the area to secure a 3-1 win for the R’s.

The talking points will surround not only the performance of Vine, but also Moritz Volz, who stepped up his fitness with another useful display.




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2 Replies to “Reserves – QPR 3-1 Crystal Palace”

  • I think that’s the main reason he hasn’t been the same. Just hasn’t looked the same player has he. Hope he can kick on and get back to form. Would love to see the old Vine back!

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