Tjarron Chery’s apology for walking straight to the dressing room after being taken off against Fulham on Friday has sparked a mixed reaction from QPR fans on Twitter.
The Dutch midfielder was substituted after just 35 minutes at Craven Cottage, with his side already 3-0 down.
Chery told the club’s website he was sorry for his behaviour, but some supporters felt it was boss Chris Ramsey who should be making amends.
@WestLondonSport pathetic. Subbed one of our few threats, will knock his confidence. And now humiliate him…Wheres the apology from CR?
— Boy From The Bush (@jvbernard) September 29, 2015
I applauded Chery off on Friday night. It didn’t even register he went straight off. That’s how bad a decision it was from Ramsey — Anthony Hassan (@Anthony_Has) September 29, 2015
Others were pleased to see Chery apologise and hoped he would be restored to the line-up for Rangers’ game with Bolton on Saturday.
@WestLondonSport fair play to him for admitting he was in the wrong
— stephen cockerill (@qpruleok) September 29, 2015
Good that Tjaronn Chery apologised and is fully focused again, glad that is all sorted! 👍 #QPR
— Owen (@QPRFORLIFE) September 29, 2015
Respect to chery, class that he has the right mindset and wants to do well for the manager and most of all the fans. Great interview — Conor QPR (@conorbarz88) September 29, 2015
Great interview with Chery, He’s showing remorse & sounds really fired up. Fantastic to hear, Confident he’ll tear Bolton apart !!!
— QPR Ash (@TransferSpoiler) September 29, 2015