Date: 9th February 2020 at 8:30am
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Remember a few weeks ago when I said the fans were playing a big game of QPR Cluedo?

Looks like they’re at it again, only this time they’re debating something that’s a lot larger scale when it comes to problems.

QPR fell 2-0 to Huddersfield Town yesterday, bringing their losing streak to four games in all competitions. Once again they failed to find the net after losing Nahki Wells, making the decision not to replace him with a big name player in the last few days of the transfer window seem ever more erroneous.

And speaking after the game QPR boss Mark Warburton said he ‘sounded like a broken record’, as he once again bemoaned the fact that the team dominated for large spells but they didn’t come away with anything to show for it, something he’s been talking about a lot recently.

And it was these comments that sparked the debate amongst the supporters, with each one wondering who deserves more blame for the state the team is in. Was it the board for not supporting the manager in the relevant transfer markets, or should the blame fall on Warburton for not making the best of the situation?

Who gets more blame for the state of the team?

The manager

The manager

The board

The board

Where do you stand on the matter?