Date: 25th September 2018 at 12:29pm
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With plenty of fall out following Queens Park Rangers’ defeat to Norwich City last weekend, fans haven’t been shy in coming forward about the deficiencies in our game and where they believe manager Steve McClaren got it wrong tactically and in terms of the formation.

With a number of fans pointing out players were out of position in an attacking sense and that unfortunately hindered their own performances and impact on the game, plenty were happy to largely absolve young talent Ebere Eze owing to that.

There is another side to that coin though when it comes to our 20-year-old starlet and it’s probably not that unfair to make a point out of it – you don’t get things handed to you on a plate in football, at least not often, so in games like that another step in his development is to learn how to make more of an impact even if he’s not quite where he’d want to be.

I don’t think the above comments are out of order and I’m sure Eze has sat there thinking on the game about what he could’ve done differently, but it’s all a learning curve and he could certainly do worse than taking some of it on board as there are constructive comments.

He’s young and learning though and I have no doubt semi knocks like the last game will only make him stronger in time.


3 Replies to “Highly Rated QPR Man Needs To Learn From Criticism – “Unaware Of What’s Going On Around Him””

  • qpr were very poor sat. and the reason being, their passing was awful, and their closing down was, well
    it just was not happening, that’s why they had total possession through out the game. when will qpr
    learn that closing down wins the ball, and possession wins games.

  • Eze must start taking responsibility for his bad games swell as his good games ,last saturday he was dreadfull its no excuse to say he was out of position any player worth his salt should show commitment and effort wherever he’s chosen to play.Our biggest problem on saturday was that we were playing with 10 men,I also blame McClaren for not recognising that and substituting him immediately, its either a case of lack of knowhow or lack of bottledither way it bodes ill for our manager.

    • For Eze though it’s part of the process and McClaren should know better. If he doesn’t want to seem to embarrass the player, make it a halftime switch and make your public comments different from the private ones.

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