Date: 1st October 2018 at 2:15pm
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It was another disappointing weekend for Queens Park Rangers fans as our trip to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea City saw them take a pretty comfortable 3-0 victory.

The result saw us drop to 18th place in the table but despite improvements of sorts in recent weeks, we were never going to have it all our way so whilst there are grumblings, they aren’t new and you can’t really describe it as an overreaction.

Too many players just weren’t at the races, but according to website WhoScored one man who did turn up was 26-year-old Mass Luongo.

His own individual showing saw him pick up a score of 7.30 from the game, and whilst in normal circumstances that isn’t much to write home about, the fact he was the only QPR player to get a rating of seven or above probably speaks volumes for our overall efforts on the day.

For those with a glass half full, there were some positives from the day and we just have to ensure we build on them and get back to winning ways.


2 Replies to “This QPR Man Can Hold His Head High After Swansea Disappointment”

  • No idea what game those stats were from but I was at Swansea and Luongo had a shocker
    Not worse than any of the others though except for McClaren who’s substitutions were dreadful
    We lacked mobility and were desperate for a winger and he brings on the slowest most immobile striker in the championship

  • I usually have a half full glass, but when it comes to QPR lately, its usually empty.
    Where were the positives? I missed them.
    Why are we unable to find a decent manager (and keep him), when we do he gets sacked so we can progress to the next level which is looking most likely div 1 or beyond. I know one player doesnt make a team but why HAS Manning been sent out on loan? during the past few matches he would have been one our star players.

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