Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By JON WEST

QPR striker Bobby Zamora will play the rest of the sea­son with a prob­lem hip.

But he can’t man­age to get through a whole game be­cause of it.

Fur­ther surgery is likely in the sum­mer and fel­low for­ward Loic Remy is side­lined by a groin strain.

It all adds up to a big headache for Hoops boss Harry Red­knapp as he bat­tles to beat the drop.

Rangers are draw­ing games in­stead of get­ting wins be­cause they don’t score enough goals.

Red­knapp re­vealed: “Bobby can’t play 90 min­utes. If I had Bobby Zamora it would be a dif­fer­ent team, no doubt about it.

“He had an op­er­a­tion on his hip and it seizes up dur­ing games. He may need an­other op at the end of the sea­son.

“Af­ter 10 min­utes he feels it just clamp up on him.

“Get­ting him through half a game, 40 min­utes or 35 is a mir­a­cle at the moment – that’s as much as we can get out of him.”

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