Date: 20th May 2008 at 11:40am
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Vital QPR takes a look at the stats that mattered in the 2007/08 season.

Queens Park Rangers finished 14th place in the Championship earning 58 points, playing 45 games, winning 14, drawing 16 and losing 15. Rangers ended with a goal difference of -4, scoring 60 goals and conceding 64.

Below we outline the statistics that mattered in the course of the 2007/2008 season in the Coca Cola Championship.

Management

John Gregory:

Games in charge: 8
Wins: 0
Draws: 3
Defeats: 5
Goals Scored: 6
Goals Conceded: 18
Clean Sheets: 0

Mick Harford:

Games in charge: 5
Wins: 2
Draws: 2
Defeats: 1
Goals Scored: 5
Goals Conceded: 5
Clean Sheets: 3

Luigi De Canio:

Games in charge: 35
Wins: 12
Draws: 11
Defeats: 12
Goals Scored: 50
Goals Conceded: 46
Clean Sheets: 11
Win Percentage: 34%

Attendance

Loftus Road
High: 18,309 (v West Bromwich Albion)
Low: 10,514 (v Norwich City)
Average: 13,958

On the road
High: 28,894 (v Sheffield United at Bramall Lane)
Low: 5,361 (v Colchester United at Layer Road)

Rangers away following
High: 3,180 (v Southampton at St. Mary`s)
Low: 242 (v Burnley at Turf Moor)

On the Pitch

Appearances: Lee Camp: 48 games

Top goalscorer: Akos Buzsaky: 10 goals
N.B.Top three goalscorers all recent additions, Akos Buzsaky, Patrick Agyemang and Rowan Vine.

Assists: Akos Buzsaky & Dexter Blackstock: 6

Shooting:

Most Shots: Martin Rowlands: 73
Most Shots on target: Akos Buzsaky: 33
Most Shots off target: Martin Rowlands: 33
Best shot percentage: Akos Buzsaky: 57% shots on target.
Most Times Hit Woodwork: Martin Rowlands: 8 times.

Discipline

Most Fouls: Martin Rowlands: 74
Most Yellow Cards: Martin Rowlands: 10
Reds: Damion Stewart: 2

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One Reply to “The QPR Stat-Attack”

  • Incredible to think that the top scorers were all additions, since the beginning of the season.

    Shows how badly we needed fresh blood upfront.

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