Many QPR fans have been reacting on Twitter after discovering that Eberechi Eze had been speaking to some of the club’s elderly season ticket holders on the phone.
The 21-year-old attacking midfielder posted a tweet to his personal account saying how it was a pleasure to speak to them.
With the coronavirus outbreak spreading across the globe, the professional game in England has been suspended until at least April 30, and all football below National League North and South level has been completely scrubbed out and all results have been expunged.
If Eze had to go, where would you like to see him?
Unsurprisingly, QPR fans were absolutely delighted to hear that their star man had been taking the time to be so supportive of fans, and they made their feelings clear to him by responding to his tweet.
Plenty of messages of support came in for Eze, including one fan calling it “fabulous” and another describing him as a “legend”.
Here are some of the replies below…
Well done Ebs – this is just fabulous 💙
— GB TCB (@GB_TCB) March 27, 2020
Stay safe Ebere💙
— edward🥶 (@edtaylorqpr) March 27, 2020
What a lovely thing to do💙
— Lu (@Lucille_24) March 27, 2020
Legend , That’s amazing .
— Hayes1909 (@Boringname500) March 27, 2020
Top man Ebz! Stay safe mate🙌🏻
— Jimmy Riley (@RileyQPR91) March 27, 2020
Top man!! Classy on and off the field.
— ryspe (@SpearRyan) March 27, 2020
With Rangers midtable with nine games to play, manager Mark Warburton has made his stance on the situation very clear: it is vital that the season gets completed for the integrity of the game, no matter the way it happens.
As it stands QPR are sitting comfortably in midtable, though they were riding the wave of some good form before the season was brought to a halt, being unbeaten in six games.
They are six shy of the play-offs, so if the season sees more football, they have an outside chance of making it.