‘Massive meeting’ planned in wake of QPR defeat

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Ian Holloway says he will hold a “massive meeting” with his players on Monday in response to QPR’s defeat at Bristol City.

The Rangers boss described the 2-0 loss at Ashton Gate as “probably my most disappointing result ever” after his team were beaten despite their opponents playing most of the game with 10 men.

And Holloway says he will make his feelings clear to the players when they return to training at the start of the week.

“We’ve got a massive meeting on Monday, because I’m not happy with that – not in a million years,” he said.

“I’ve got some young players in and around my squad now. They’ve got to come to the fore and when I put them on they’ve got to show a little bit more than that.

“I’ve got to regalvanise us. We’ve got Barnsley next and that’s more important than anything.”