QPR 2 Bristol City 1: Rangers unite and fight but can't win over the fans

Akos Buzsaky, the Hungarian midfielder who helped usher Jim Magilton out of Loftus Road, claims the QPR players are united, happy and fighting for each other.

His former manager will think that a bit rich after their nose-to-nose confrontation two games ago in the Watford dressing-room.

Then, Buzsaky stormed out, still in his kit, alleging he had been butted. Magilton’s suspension was inevitably followed by his departure.

Akos Buzsaky stands with QPR assistant boss John Gorman

Low ebb: Buzsaky stands with QPR assistant boss Gorman at the side of the Vicarage Road pitch

Four points and two home games later, new manager Paul Hart would have expected more from the punters than the players being booed off, albeit after a fortuitous win.

‘I’m sure the club and the players are very happy and we are very together,’ was Buzsaky’s sardonic view on QPR post-Magilton, about whom he was asked by the club not to comment.

Facing a trip to Ipswich on Monday, Buzsaky fancies another win, saying: ‘Everyone knows about Roy Keane but he is a manager now and won’t play against us. This is going to be the year for QPR to be at least in the play-offs.’

They led 2-0 with goals from Jay Simpson and Mikele Leigertwood before City’s Nicky Maynard fashioned a contender for goal of the season.

Hart was at a loss to explain the boos, saying: ‘I can’t look inside their heads, I’m concentrating on other things.’

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