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Coventry boss on QPR win

Coventry boss on QPR win

Gary McSheffrey's late penalty earned the Sky Blues a first away win of the season and means that they are now nearer to the play-off places than the relegation zone.

Adams did not disagree with QPR boss Ian Holloway, who felt City were fortunate to take all three points, but did say: 'I'm not sure either side deserved to get all three points.

'My keeper certainly wasn't troubled and Royce wasn't either.

'We stood firm and got a bit of luck at the end.'



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Tuesday December 20 2005
Time: 11:19AM

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