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Football: 'Things are looking up at the Rangers' FANZONE If I was manager. MARK O'NEIL From London, but has lived in Cardiff for five years.

"I MOVED to Cardiff in the year City beat QPR in the play-off final," says the former Pentwyn Dynamos player.

"I took a fair bit of stick."

Things are looking up at QPR.

A lot of money has been pumped in and things are looking positive.

We hit rock bottom in my view from the days in the '80s when I watched Rangers in the top flight.

Trevor Sinclair was my idol back then.

It should be an open game between two good teams tonight.

Cardiff played on Sunday and I hope they are tired this evening."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jan 29, 2008
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