Date: 12th February 2020 at 8:00pm
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If there was one thing that summed up Mark Warburton’s problems at Queens Park Rangers right now, let it be this one.

With the game poised at 0-0 with just five to go, with the potential to go and nick a late winner, he decides to go completely the opposite direction and bring on a right-back for a right-back by swapping Todd Kane with Angel Rangel.

What makes the whole thing worse is that it was the only change of the night, so he could have still made an attacking substitution on top of it, but no, he decided that that would be that and left the game to play out as it did.

And this move did not go down well with the QPR fans at all, as they slammed Warburton’s decision to not only settle for the draw, but to do so in one of the most nonsensical ways possible. At least bringing off a forward for an attacker to see out a game would make some level of sense.

What do QPR need to fix more?

The attack

The attack

The defence

The defence

I wonder how many more of these kinds of decisions he has up his sleeve for us to enjoy.