Should QPR get rid of Critchley?
Ian McCullough is joined by Kevin Gallen and Ben Kosky for the latest West London Sport QPR podcast.
They discuss Neil Critchley’s position as head coach in the wake of another defeat.
Former R’s forward Gallen says: “Since he took charge it’s been poor, there’s no getting away from it. It’s been nowhere near good enough.
“It’s all well and good us blaming the manager. It can’t always be the manager’s fault. There’s something not right at the club at the moment.
“But if you don’t get results quick he’s not going to be there for long.”
Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4hOT3ZCA7f64RIMN67kYUR
Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/west-london-sport-qpr-podcast/id1638897966
18/02/2023 @ 12:03 pm
Don’t blame Critchley the problem is higher up. The present owners should get out and let someone else take on the Club. What on earth does Ferdinand do?
16/02/2023 @ 9:50 am
Injuries apart, the same players are still here with what appears to be good additions, so our performances should be similar to the season start. We will not win every game however, but are well capable of winning against anyone. I think its just a case of a massive loss in confidence. Come on QPR – get your mojo back and fast.
15/02/2023 @ 7:09 pm
“It can’t always be the manager’s fault.” – No, but it inevitably ends with the final walk out the door, even though others higher up the pecking order should bear their fair share of criticism. The booing at the final whistle spoke volumes. I hear a certain Mr. Derry was there last night, are the vultures circling?