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Ooh aah Ooh aah signs Lua Lua. Badoom Tish . I'll get my coat
"I know [Kazenga] LuaLua will add to us - our fans are already singing his name, it's wonderful."
Was amazing how excited the QPR fans were about Kazenga. They all sang his name loudly and then you could still hear a smaller group singing it a few minutes later...
The cameo they saw was vintage KLL. Literally a peripheral player. Very nearly had a chance to shine when he flicked a ball towards what would have been a lovely open attacking space to run into... but the defender handballed it. (Does that count towards the minutes and yellow cards thread...?).
Boxing Day 1979 (h) W 3-0 B.Horton (pen), P.Ward, G.Ryan Att. 28,358
St. Patrick's Day 2013 (h) W 3-0 L.Ulloa (2), Sp.Dave Att. 28,499
Not an easy time to make a debut when the team start sitting back like that.
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Seagulls winger claims Ian Holloway wanted him at Crystal Palace and Millwall before he joined in January.
QPR loan signing Kazenga LuaLua has revealed his new boss was third time lucky when he finally got the winger to sign for him.
Twice before, Ian Holloway made a bit for the Brighton winger – twice before he got nowhere.
Finally, he secured the serviced of the exciting player whose sublime chip led to a Newcastle own goal last Wednesday and an unexpected share of the points against the Championship sure-fire bets for promotion.
He was the only consolation from the drab 2-1 defeat to Burton from the previous weekend, and came on right at the death against Blackburn on Saturday.
He said: “He (Holloway) tried to get me at Palace and Millwall, and now I’m finally here.”
“I honestly can’t remember the last time I played 90 minutes.
“When I knew QPR wanted me I spoke to my agent – and I’m glad – the lads here at Rangers have welcomed me and helped me settle in.”
LuaLua deflected any talk of a permanent move with a year left on his Brighton contract at the end of the season.
After all, if he shines at Rangers, and Brighton get into the Premier League, they might want him back.
At the moment, it’s game by game,” he said. “Anything can happen in football. I’m 26 years old, and it’s good for me to play games. That’s what I want to do above all else.”
“Football is so beautiful because underdogs are able to achieve good results against giants. Regardless of what others say about our team, there’s always a chance. If you are able to take the pressure away from the team, sensations can happen. I have confidence in this Albion team
I hope the Worzel gives Kaz 90mins against Huddersfield on Saturday, he has a job to do for the Albion!