With four straight defeats for Queens Park Rangers in the Championship campaign of 2018/19, we were promised loan captures and earlier today we brought in Brighton and Hove Albion striker Tomer Hemed. The Israeli international has tonight been joined by Burnley’s Nahki Wells.
— QPR FC (@QPR) August 23, 2018
The 28-year-old was also linked with a switch to Loftus Road on a loan deal in recent times and the Bermuda-born player signed on the dotted line for the rest of the season a few hours back.
Like Hemed, he has a good record at Championship level and plenty of experience and his three years with Huddersfield Town saw him get into double figures each year as he notched up 48 goals in 152 appearances.
It’s certainly proven to be a brighter day for many and the club did need to back up the loan strengthening promise and plenty will give them a little extra credit for doing it so quickly, but again this is now two of a few needed to bolster the group properly for the challenges to come.
— Gavin Cronin (@QPRGAV) August 23, 2018
Solid signing!!!! pic.twitter.com/58wXjg37ec
— Tom (@ThomasLewington) August 23, 2018
That’s some business today boys!!!!
— chris wallace (@flavattack) August 23, 2018
Well done les and the team!!!
— Alan Knight (@californiahoop) August 23, 2018
Wow today has been a very successful one bottom of the league but with possible the best front 2 now in the league with @tomerhemed10 and Wells together ????????
— Phil (@Phil_Newman_) August 23, 2018
Play both of them Maclaren, knowing him he’ll play smith and Washington. Still have a poor defence but two strikers who have experience at the level and of promotion a defender needs to come in then Maybye we can try to get top half.
— Archie (@Amtj2003) August 23, 2018
Let’s see what else happens ahead of the next match.