I really think we may have passed the point of no return when it comes to Mark Warburton.
Even if QPR do go on a bit of a run in the next couple of games, it’s going to take something quite spectacular to reverse the negative feelings that have gone his way, and I’m talking Cardiff City and Swansea City levels of spectacular.
And speaking of Swansea City, look who we happen to be playing tonight.
And ahead of the game in South Wales, Warburton spoke about the recent struggles that the team has been going through and how they are trying to get things back on the right track:
“We keep working, we did an analysis with the players about the areas we’re getting in to, good chances, good deliveries, set-pieces are important. Getting the set pieces right, getting the delivery right, all of these details are vitally important.”
However, it seems as if the QPR fans aren’t exactly too happy with these comments, in fact, there were a number who really have reached their limit when it comes to the boss.
— tiberius kirk (@zxralienwarrior) February 10, 2020
He is still there 😳😳😳😳
— Andy Moore (@AndyMoo90) February 10, 2020
Not even listening to it zzzzz
— pen dog (@markpenny5) February 10, 2020
Amazing not one mention of how poor we’ve been defensively I was routing for this guy but I’m starting to wonder!
— Dan Downey (@DanOfSurrey) February 10, 2020
He needs to take some responsibility for the lack of improvement between matches. I would like to see him being a little more humble and owning up to lack of progress. Huddersfield Blackburn Bristol City are not scary good. We have lost to some average teams.
— Rob Mungavin (@robmungavin) February 10, 2020
I don’t blame him the board have well and truly tied his hands,look at them first …!!!!!
— evan edward knight (@balkham1) February 10, 2020
Mark knows it’s a results industry, As he never stops saying Swansea Stoke City Crunch Time !!
— jay wall (@jwall_8) February 10, 2020
We dug in against Leeds with very little possession, it doesn’t matter if you have 60% if you do sod all with, can we do the horrible stuff well when needed?
— Steve Lewis (@SteveLe94267170) February 10, 2020
How many points will QPR get this month?
I hate to say I told you so, but I did kind of tell you so.