The Green party
When you make your debut for any club you try your best to get a result but when you are a goalkeeper and concede five you know it’s an uphill struggle.
Just as you're getting used to your team mates the Manager signs the Brazilian one and all of a sudden you are no longer first choice.
Most modern day footballers would have moaned and gone to the press with 'my story exclusively,' but Robert Green has a lot more style than that.
With the arrival of Harry Redknapp the former West Ham keeper has taken the number one jersey back and is showing no signs of surrendering it!
Six shut outs in a row, a new record I might add, is no mean feat at any standard in football but after last season it shows a great test in character of the defence; and that starts with our very own Chertsey boy.
When you are at the top you are there to be shot down and at Yeovil it was raining shots on the Rangers goal! No less than five brilliant saves gave our boys the points in a win that kept our unbeaten run going.
Charlie Austin needs a partner, and I'm sure Harry is getting a couple in, but I have to say he took his penalty well.
I wasn't convinced with the starting line up but the Gaffer has been in this game long enough to know what he's doing, that's why he's the Manager and I'm just a fan.
I personally think 'team spirit' is a vital part if you want to win anything; it’s clear every member of the squad wants to play for the team and Harry and the back room staff should take credit.
We have now taken twenty points from a possible twenty four but to have only conceded two goals in seven hundred and twenty minutes plus of football is simply magnificent!
It was great to see that QPR took around two thousand fans to the game; I've always said we are the most loyal fans in the world!
(Thank you Adrian Cooke for the pictures)
The question now has to be who is Harry going to bring in to score the goals?