Date: 28th November 2009 at 11:48am
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Vital QPR speaks to Vital Coventry about the upcoming game this afternoon.

Alex from Vital Coventry divulges his views, indicating that a mid-table finish is Coventry’s aspiration for the season.

How has the season gone so far? Expectations were low coming into the season and they have been proved right so far!

What do you make of the job Chris Coleman is doing at the Ricoh? It’s a work in progress, most fans remain on his side knowing that he has had to sell key players such as Dann and Fox

Sammy Clingan seems integral to your fortunes thus far, how do you rate him? Without Clingan over the past half-a-dozen games we have looked very poor which sums up how well he had done before that

What are your aspirations for the campaign – are you living up to pre-season expectations? See number one, a mid-table finish would meet expectations

What is needed to get into a playoff place from your perspective? A minor miracle!

Rumours are rife that Leon Best could be on his way out of the Ricoh, moreover coming to QPR – what is your feeling on this? It’s odds-on that he will leave in January but a struggling Premier League side looks his most likely destination

A few seasons in at the Ricoh – how does it compare to Highfield Road? Different, when it has been nearly full it has been great but for an average league match a half-empty stadium is depressing

On Saturday, who is the City player R`s fans should look out for? Keiren Westwood the goalkeeper could easily play in the Prem

Conversely is there any player in the Rangers camp that you fear? Taarabt seems to be doing very well

How do you think the game will pan out and what is your prediction? A 1-1 draw as we generally do ok at Loftus Road.

Many thanks to Alex and Vital Coventry

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