Date: 26th December 2008 at 8:28pm
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Paulo Sousa was impressed with QPR`s draw away at Charlton and believes that the whole squad has a part to play in the run in.

Speaking to QPR.co.uk following the R`s 2-2 draw away to Charlton Athletic, Sousa believed that he had learnt a lot about the players included:

He said: ‘I have learnt a lot about my squad today.

‘People talk all the time about the transfer window, but the players that came in today showed me they have a big role to play.

‘They proved a lot to me and that is very promising. As a group we are getting closer and that gives me great confidence.’


The R`s boss also believed that the system he has chosen for Rangers is improving game on game, and his side is beginning to reap the rewards:

He said: ‘The system is working well and we are getting better and better.

‘I think Charlton are a very good side and I am surprised at their position in the table.

‘It was a very exciting match. We controlled a lot of the match, with and without the ball, and we can take a lot of confidence from today.’


Sousa was philosophical after he learnt that the decision to deny Emmanuel Ledesma`s last gasp strike was because of Dexter Blackstock`s foul.

He said: ‘At first, I thought the referee gave an offside decision, but I asked the linesman and he said it was for a foul.

‘I didn’t see it, but he did and if he says it’s a foul, it’s a foul and that is that.’


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