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‘Class is permanent’, ‘Can’t fault his attitude’ – Many QPR fans weigh in on debate over key man

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QPR striker Jordan Hugill has become first choice after the exit of Nahki Wells in January and many fans of the West London club have been debating his effectiveness. 

Hugill joined the R’s on loan from West Ham United in the summer and formed a formidable partnership with Wells for much of the early part of the campaign.

The 27-year-old has scored 14 goals in 32 appearances for QPR this season but has found the net hard to find recently.

Hugill has scored just one goal in his last 14 Championship games and has failed to find the net since Wells’ left the club.

QPR have picked up just one point from a possible nine since the departure of the Bermudian striker, including losing 1-0 to his new club Bristol City.

The R’s were not able to replace Wells in January, meaning though they have some excellent attacking options they’re not blessed with a huge number of strikers.

With that in mind, Hugill looks set to play a key role in the next few months.

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The striker’s effectiveness has drawn debate among QPR fans, with some suggesting criticism is unfair and others clearly frustrated by his performances.

Read the reaction of R’s fans here:


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