Date: 12th December 2008 at 1:27pm
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Plymouth Argyle midfielder Simon Walton prepares to face his old side this weekend, but believes that Rangers` players are suffering from uncertainty.

Walton made little impact in W12 and left for Home Park in August 2008, a deal for which the R`s ended up bafflingly making a profit.

The former Charlton Athletic and Leeds United man believed that QPR aren`t performing anywhere near expectation in the Championship.

‘They are not doing as well as I thought they would do.” Walton told thisisplymouth.co.uk

‘Maybe there is a bit of uncertainty in the players whether they are going to be there from one day to the next, so we have got to take advantage of it.

‘But, at the same time, it’s there for everybody to see the quality of the players they have got and the potential they have.’


Walton continued: ‘There have been a lot of changes since I left QPR, but I enjoyed my time there,

‘It’s a good club with good people.

‘Obviously, you always want to do well against your old teams, and I’m yet to lose against one of my old teams, so long may that continue.’


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2 Replies to “Walton Hints At Players Uncertainty”

  • Sorry, but wot a load of old tripe! The players are worried about whether they are going to be there from one day to the next? Wot on earth is he blabbing on about? He doesn’t know wot he’s talking about – he’s talking for the sake of talking coz this is the club that booted him out for 0 return in the summer & he feels he’s gotta say something. But – wot a load of tommy-rot.

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