QPR manager Mark Hughes calls for derby discipline ahead of Chelsea clash
Thursday 26 April 2012
Mark Hughes, the Queen's Park Rangers manager, has called for discipline from his players ahead of their derby with Chelsea on Sunday.
Hughes' team need points for survival but the fixture earlier in the season saw the allegation that John Terry racially abused Anton Ferdinand. Hughes wants cool heads from his players. "If we can be disciplined and understand what is required against Chelsea then we could get a positive result," he said.
"It would be massive if we could get something positive from the trip to Stamford Bridge and then come back to Loftus Road for a huge game against Stoke."
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