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“Solid as a rock”, “superb”- Many QPR fans breathe huge sigh of relief after this man’s display

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Well, if that game was anything to go by, then hopefully itโ€™s a good sign for things still to come.

Having been ruled out of action with an injury for the past couple of months, QPR defender Yoann Barbet made his first appearance since a 2-2 draw with Reading at the end of October and managed to keep a clean sheet as he replaced up and coming prospect Conor Masterson in the 0-0 draw away to Swansea.

Whether or not he is going to be in the team permanently, or if he is going to share the role with the aforementioned Masterson as Mark Warburton has hinted at in the past weโ€™ll just have to wait and see. But having scored a 7.2 rating on WhoScored for the game, better than his counterpart Grant Hall, it seems that the latter is likely to be the first one to get dropped.

But for now, letโ€™s just celebrate the fact that heโ€™s back in action, as plenty of QPR fans took to social media to welcome him back into the starting line-up, with many of them believing that things will finally start looking up for the Hoops after the recent run of form.

How many points will QPR get this month?

0-5

0-5

6-12

6-12

13-18

13-18

Letโ€™s just hope that turns out to be the case.

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  • angryoap says:

    I am amazed at some of these comments. We played another team currently struggling like ourselves, both had missed chances, we even missed a sitter Please try and keep your feet on the ground and face up to reality. Against a stronger team, we would indeed be in danger of collapsing let alone giving away penalties. We are a team in the making and it will take several seasons before we can legitimately challenge for promotion.

    • Ray Sylvester says:

      Dont quite get that Swansea are struggling like us. 10th in the table, more or less safe, 3 points needed…? 6 off of the play offs..?
      I wouldnt class that as struggling, Stoke, yes. Are the comments about Barbet from the same people who were caning him a few months into the season, liability, gives penalties away, slow??. .l hope not. Its just a thought, but perhaps Warburton knew his true worth , knew he was a solid player, knew he was good for the team…in the long run, but no,that would indicate that the manager knows what he is doing, and that doesn’t fit in with the regular MW critics does it. 2 or 3 seasons before we are anywhere hear a promotion side….

  • angryoap says:

    Well, they made us look quite a decent side the other night. Struggling for a goal!!!!!!!!
    Barbet (or sicknote as I call him these days) can be a massive liability against the better sides.
    Lets see where we end up eh?

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