Date: 28th November 2019 at 8:00pm
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Well it’s nice to see some level of honesty coming out of the manager’s mouth.

And it makes a change from the usual ‘not a very good performance, the lads can do better’ kind of responses that usually comes off the back of a bad defeat.

Speaking after the 4-0 hammering at home to Nottingham Forest, QPR boss Mark Warburton wasn’t exactly in the mood to mix his words, as he called the performance “unacceptable”:

“The fact we went down to ten men is irrelevant – we didn’t win headers, didn’t win tackles and gave the ball away too cheaply. You have to enjoy the good moments but tonight is not acceptable. We weren’t good enough.”

However, QPR fans weren’t entirely sure how they should take the manager’s remarks. Whilst some believed that it wasn’t his job to be apologising (thinking that should fall with the players), others felt that his comments didn’t go far enough and demanded more.

Was this our worst performance of the season?

Yes, we were dreadful

Yes, we were dreadful

No, we were bad but have played worse this year

No, we were bad but have played worse this year

Now whether or not this will have an effect on the players heading into this weekend’s game against Derby County, I guess we’ll just have to wait to find out.

 

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