Cook hails boss Sousa's tactics

10 January 2009 03:54
QPR winger Lee Cook is impressed with the flexible tactics head coach Paulo Sousa has brought to the club. Sousa has varied his formations in recent games which means players have had to adapt to new positions. "We've signed Wayne Routledge and he's a winger, so the gaffer's got options," Cook told BBC London 94.9. "He can mix things up, he can go 4-4-2, 4-3-3 or play the diamond. Teams might think they know what formation we play - but not any more." Cook agreed a permanent move back to Loftus Road earlier this month, having spent a year at West London rivals Fulham. He did not make a single first-team appearance for the Cottagers last season and returned to QPR initially on loan in the summer. The 26-year-old now hopes to repay the faith the club he supported as a boy showed in him, having agreed a three-and-a-half year contract. "I'm over the moon to finally put pen-to-paper and it's a good length contract which gives me three-and-a-half years to get into the Premier League, which is the plan of the owners."

Source: BBC_Sport