Hall bemoans lack of action

08 October 2008 01:56
QPR defender Fitz Hall has admitted to being frustrated by the latest international break. The 27-year-old former Oldham Athletic, Crystal Palace and Wigan Athletic star would much rather have the opportunity to put an end to the club's four-match winless run than have this weekend off. He told the Kilburn Times: "An international break's a bad thing for me. We've had three or four bad results in a row now so, honestly, I wouldn't like to go into a break. "Personally, I'd rather go into the next game tomorrow and redeem what we've done recently. "We just can't get it right at the moment. It's a game of two halves and we either play well in the first half or second half - and when we're on top I don't think we've been finishing our chances. "I can't remember too many sides playing us off the park, though. We've had a few goals that have gone our way, we've battled hard with 10 men but I want us to win every game, of course."

Source: ESA

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