Queens Park Rangers today confirmed that Jack Robinson has now left Loftus Road after rejecting our offer of a new contract.
Having arrived at the club back in the 2014 summer transfer window, Robinson brings his QPR curtain down having made only 40 starting appearances for us, with an additional two showings from the bench following the way he was blighted by injury.
???? #QPR can confirm Jack Robinson has left after rejecting the club's offer of a new contract.
— QPR FC (@QPR) June 26, 2018
In that time he returned two goals for us and took in a loan spell with Huddersfield Town.
Director of Football, Les Ferdinand, confirmed the news earlier today as he spoke to the Official Site. His statement confirmed that we had offered the 24-year-old a new ‘attractive’ offer to remain with us, but he turned that down to ‘take his chances in the market’.
Whilst Ferdinand was quick to thank the player for his efforts during his time with us and to wish him the best for the future, fans weren’t quite as forgiving given his time on the sidelines as they believed he owed us some loyalty and should’ve stuck around to help us on the pitch, or at the very least sign a new deal to ensure we made some money back on him.
Good player and I wish him all the best but he only gave us 1 good season in the 4 years he was with us and he is injury prone.
— Marvelous Marv (@Marvelousmarv5) June 26, 2018
He hasn't thrown anything in our face,he played well last season and feels probably he can play at a higher level than where we are at the moment,he is out of contract free to work where he chooses.
— neilm831 (@neilm831) June 26, 2018
lets hope no one offers him what we were then and he's out of pocket
— Stephen Anthony (@qpruleok) June 26, 2018
A big hope! He cannot be relied upon. There is no way we can go in to the season thinking Hall will play 80% of games which would be the minimum needed. Lynch and Baptiste are injury prone too. Lynch rarely plays more than 6 games in a row. We need a solid, reliable centre back!
— Hoops & Dreams (@HoopsDreams_QPR) June 26, 2018
— Jacob Tingle (@TingleJK) June 26, 2018
Big loss IMO. However good to see us standing strong on the position of the club as stability is needed with everything else that’s going on and not just offering stupid contracts
— Dan Vinten (@DannyVin14) June 26, 2018
Good player and I wish him well but glad we wasn’t held to ransom on a new contract
— Sam Prior ???????????????????????????? (@samprior1882) June 26, 2018
Whatever happened to even the SLIGHTEST bit of loyalty?
Stood by him through his long injury and that's the thanks/loyalty he gives back. Selfish, self-serving ****er.
Let's hope he doesn't do himself a pre-season injury somewhere else and miss the 2018-19 season…
— AshdownRanger (@Ashdown_Ranger) June 26, 2018
Think he’s let us down. We’ve been good to him and he has half a good season and leaves. We want players to want to wear the famous hoops with pride. Up the r’s!
— Bill Jackson (@therealbillyj) June 26, 2018
people please stop saying "We stood by him when he was injured", he was our player so obviously we were going to help him recover!
— Chris Hermitage (@ChrisHermitage) June 26, 2018