Look at the table, we are propping up the Championship. That itself should indicate we have no formation and our style of play is rubbish. But maybe things are going to change. We've changed manager this week so we may find a different Q.P.R. running out at Loftus Road on Saturday.
I refer you back to my first answer. We struggle to threaten. It's been an awful start to the season and when you think you've seen it all you get knocked out of the cup by lower league opposition.
I think a major weakness has been a lack of confidence in the beliefs of the players. When you lose week in week out you get used to that feeling and it plays on your mind. We are professional footballers. We should know what to do. Maybe it's the players, the former manager, the system? Who knows. We start a new era on Saturday. What has gone on before may be totally irrelevant.
We hope to have the experienced Paul Jones back in goal after rookie keeper Jake Cole deputised the last couple of games. We have been missing Martin Rowlands and Gareth Ainsworth, we wait to see if they will be fit for the weekend. Dexter Blackstock should be OK to play against you.
As I mentioned previously, we have a new manager, all that's happened so far goes out of the window. Be prepared, you might be the first team to lose to the new resurgent QPR. Then again I many just need some more medication. Have a god trip to Loftus Road.
Edward Dunne is editor of QPR Mad.
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