Keep the cameras out

It is sometimes thought that football games which aren’t televised live can often be a better watch for the spectators in attendance.

There are a number of reasons for this, but in today’s world so many football clubs love to have their games televised, so much so that for an Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester City or United fan it is almost possible for them to watch their team in action every week, regardless of where they live.

When it comes to the games themselves, with the TV cameras in attendance it can bring pressure to the fore in two different ways.

Players such as Wayne Rooney or Eden Hazard are so used to the cameras being at their games that they can thrive off it, with Rooney and Hazard, amongst others, providing plenty of entertainment down the years in live games.

Chris Ramsey has admitted that he is having his fingers crossed

QPR manager Chris Ramsey has admitted that he is having his fingers crossed about the fitness of defender Paul Konchesky, who has been brought to the club on a season-long loan deal.

The 34-year-old is the only fit left back to the club. Even though Ramsey has two other options, they both are injured thus leaving Konchesky to fill this key position. The manager would not have envisaged such a situation at the club given that he had three left backs at his disposal. Armand Traore and Yun suk-Young are the other two options, but Ramsey has confirmed that they are unlikely to be available within the next couple of weeks.