Many QPR fans have been joining in with a game made by the club’s Twiter administrator, but it seems not everyone is taking it so seriously…
With clubs all around the world being left with an uncertain future for football, teams’ social media accounts have been going in overdrive to keep drip feeding supporters content during these times.
QPR, wanting to get some more supporters involves, have recently introduced their #GuessRGoal game, whereby they will post a picture of a player scoring a goal with his head blocked by an emoji, and then the fans will have to guess who it is.
For their first one, they might have made it just a little bit easy, as the replies from the fanbase suggest.
If Eze had to go, where would you like to see him?
The club decided to use Bobby Zamora’s peach against Derby County in the final minute of their Play-Off Final in 2014 which saw them bounce back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
However, considering that Zamora’s goal is probably one of the most recognisable in the last decade or so, it didn’t take supporters very long to work it out.
As a result, they decided to mention a few unlikely goalscorers instead as a joke, such as Ian Holloway or the famously prolific Clint Hill.
Here are some of the replies below…
Got to be Ian Holloway surely?
— Martin Griffin (@MartinGriffin4) March 24, 2020
That’s definitely Clint Hill…🤣🤣🤣
— angela b (@angelab2711) March 24, 2020
— ⚽️🇬🇧🎶⚽️🇬🇧🎶💙 (@CQpr1968) March 24, 2020
It looks like the ref has side footed it in…
— alun boore (@BooreAlun) March 24, 2020
— Chris Tierney (@christierney1) March 24, 2020
Eric Sabin away at Grimsby?
— Dave Adcock (@DaveDaveadcock) March 24, 2020