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  • #16
    Totally agree, canít believe Warburton is signing players in the transfer window. Pls stop now and just use our current depleted squad and amazing youth team.
    "The World is Yours"

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    • #17
      It's true if you throw too many players together in a short time it can be a recipe for disaster and the same can be said with one or two coming in at the last minute as we have previously did ,
      but we have done our business early and that gives us a month to get plan A and B together

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      • #18
        Plus you hope these are informed transfers which will compliment the current team from a playing and cultural perspective. We live in hope.
        "The World is Yours"

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        • #19
          Really optimistic, signing/loaning young hungry players who want to prove they are good enough, but do still need a couple of older experienced heads in.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by dogsrrs View Post
            It's true if you throw too many players together in a short time it can be a recipe for disaster and the same can be said with one or two coming in at the last minute as we have previously did ,
            but we have done our business early and that gives us a month to get plan A and B together
            I agree that getting business done early goes a long way to helping players settle in. It is clear that Warburton wants a certain playing style and this is why I think it is of vital importance that QPR bring in at least 2 forwards to replace the three that have left; Wells, Hemed and Smith, preferably before the Austria trip, or at least the 1st UK friendly.

            I am pleased that the 2 midfielders have been brought in on loan, but given that Freeman has been sold and Luongo is looking to move on as well as Cousins , QPR do not own enough midfielders. Now, only Scowen, Manning and Chair who have played 1st team football at QPR remain. I don't rate Goss, as he doesn't seem to have impressed either Holloway or Mclaren , nor the managers he has played for in Scotland enough and would prefer him to be sold.

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