On a day when I should be scribbling down some nice things to say about Doyler as he bids us farewell, my head has been turned by a horrid little article by a QPR fan on Fans’ Network.
Thanks to bertilad on Twitter for bringing to our attention this piece, which is written with such misplaced condescension, and a consistent snarl throughout.
You can’t avoid bias in these sort of articles, and I’ve not got a problem with it. You expect the odd delusional piece. This goes far beyond warranted or accurate criticism though.
It’s clear that he’s been influenced heavily by the media perception of us this season, and decided that instead of taking time to analyse how we actually played on Sunday, would just use every opportunity to preach his footballing morals, because they’re top and he can.
Such a short memory.
I should just say that I haven’t a problem with QPR at all. They’re top and deserve it. I take issue with this article though – no need for it, whatsoever.
Anyway, I shan’t influence your view of it any further. Have a look for yourself:
Late Routledge winner gives Hoofroyd the blues – Fans Network / QPR