Date: 15th March 2019 at 6:45am
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It was another hugely disappointing night on Wednesday evening as Queens Park Rangers fell to yet another Championship defeat with a late stoppage-time goal that gifted Rotherham United all three points on the day.

The visitors to Loftus Road on the evening did edge chances on the day, but having worked hard after a goalless first half to get back on level terms as Bright Osayi-Samuel made it 1-1, the least we should’ve been looking at was a point.

Sadly that wasn’t to be and a very honest Jake Bidwell after the game admitted that the players had to look at themselves given how regularly this is now happening to us.

Chairman Amit Bhatia has never been one to hide on social media.

Reactions from fans were pretty mixed obviously with the pressure rising on manager Steve McClaren, but given our form and improvement only a few months back, there are a number of fans who want him to be given more time.

One thing is for sure, next summer is going to become a big few months for us as the Board continue to look to turn the club around and credit to Bhatia, he responded to a good number of fans and admitted things needed to improve in the aftermath of the game which only builds confidence in him really.

 

3 Replies to ““Horrific Performance & Horrendous Result” – It’s Going To Be A Big Summer For QPR”

  • Its just not just the players who need to look in the mirror, its the manager and those who employed him who need to take a hard look at themselves. Just replay the Rotherham game and ask yourselves why deliberately make yourselves a laughing stock?. Even a Sunday league side would have put in a better performance and my school team some 60 years ago would have done far better. Complete joke of a professional side. Get it sorted or you wont even fill Loftus Road, let alone a new stadium.

  • Sadly its the basics we are getting wrong time after time after time. Example 1) Nobody on the line when defending set pieces – we have lost so many goals where the ball creeps over the line just inside the post – just like Rotherhams 2nd goal. This shows like of common football sense. 2) not picking the correct team from the start and formations that do not play to the opponent weaknesses. If the postilion have lively fast wingers, we need our fast wingbacks pushed further up, to negate them running unopposed against our defence. 3) Comedy defending and people ball watching. 4) Ebere Eze seemingly having the skill and individualism trained out of him compared to earlier this season. 5) Chair, Smyth and Manning being loaned out leaving us with almost zero cover. I think Mr McLaren has reached the end of the Managerial road – we need someone with a bit of nous and can re-energise a sadly depleted, low morale and lost squad.

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