Queens Park Rangers fans had plenty to be pleased about this weekend as we took victory over Bolton Wanderers.
Heading to the Macron Stadium following the September international break, goals from Luke Freeman and Ebere Eze gave us a 2-1 win despite Bolton making it a one-goal game with just over 20 minutes remaining.
It was nothing more than the side deserved for their efforts on the day and with our first away win of the season off our back, it was also manager Steve McClaren’s second win of the year after a difficult start to life in the Championship season of 2018/19.
With McClaren coming in for criticism of his own after previous results, especially the 7-1 hammering by West Bromwich Albion, these fans were happy to pass the credit onto the manager following this win.
Going to have to rewrite that song #awinaway
— Sussex Gardener (@TheSussexGarden) September 15, 2018
I've actually forgotten what it's like to see the Rrrrs go on a good run #BOLQPR
— martin chainani (@martinyemi) September 15, 2018
really turned it around it seems.
— Jåck (@QPRjac) September 15, 2018
Who are these masked men masquerading as QPR players? An away win ? A pleasant surprise.
— Ken Whitelaw (@whitelawkr) September 15, 2018
A win away ????????
— touchéturtle (@BrownBread67) September 15, 2018
Fantastic! Two lovely goals and a steely performance in the last twenty minutes. Fair play to McClaren who got the subs bang on
— Jools (@Jools_Orca) September 15, 2018
Absolutely buzzing about the win yesterday! Loads of visible improvement under McClaren after a poor start to the season, let's make it 5 wins in 6 against Millwall and Norwich! Never have I been so happy to be proven wrong! #BOLQPR #QPR #awinaway
— Jonny Naidoo (@JonnyNaidoo) September 16, 2018
Coincides with the appointment of Amit as chairman. Funny how having someone who knows what they’re doing seems to work!
— Daniel DS (@dansheppard1985) September 16, 2018
With a perceived corner turned, whilst it won’t go our way every game hopefully we can now build on this as we are unbeaten in three and that can only help grow confidence within the group.