singlespeed wrote:Don't want to end the season on a whimper
We got a London Derby with Brentford and a big game on Friday
I'd expect to end the season on a high,rather than just turn up
It's not professional or good to the loyal fans to play not to win
We have to show we can at least draw with teams like Brighton it bodes well for next season then
I agree re expecting professionals to perform whatever the incentive! Having said that, I guess we have to just accept that some of the players starting last night (based upon the commentary only) were just not good enough to accompany QPR into the Top 6 on that performance. Goss appears to have had little impact; Ngbakoto was criticised for failing to help defend; Sylla for not appearing fit; and Furlong again looked vulnerable. The second half was far better, and that was even before the substitutions. All in all, a draw probably was a fairer result, but the performance was less than we know they can produce!
In sharp contrast, we come up against a rampant Brighton on Friday and I can only hope that this becomes another case of QPR playing far better against top clubs...