QPR defensive midfielder Geoff Cameron has expressed his disappointment at being suspended from action after receiving his 10th yellow card of the season last week.
Cameron was booked for the third consecutive match during QPR’s 2-1 defeat to Blackburn last week, and this meant the USA international was suspended for the Rs’ clash with Bristol City over the weekend in addition to the upcoming Huddersfield match.
As a result, the 34-year-old was unable to help his side during their 1-0 defeat to the Robins in West London on Saturday, while he will now be working towards his comeback when Mark Warburton’s side take on Swansea in just over a weeks’ time.
Cameron has been a key performer for the Hoops this campaign, with the versatile player having made a total of 23 appearances for his side, but the Huddersfield clash will represent the third match he has missed through suspension.
He took to Instagram ahead of the Bristol City match to declare his disappointment, but he claimed he will now work hard ahead of his return against Swansea.
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Cameron has offered an experienced presence in QPR’s defensive set-up during most of their matches this season, and he was missed against the Robins as Warburton’s side fell to a disappointing 1-0 defeat courtesy of Famara Diedhiou’s header.
Cameron will feel frustrated that he was not able to make a contribution for his side at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, and QPR fans must hope the USA international has now learned his lesson after picking up so many bookings this term.
The 34-year-old’s desire to show plenty of fight in matches can only be applauded, but he needs to ensure he is less reckless at times in order to reduce the number of times he is reprimanded by the referee.
However, Warburton will certainly now be looking forward to welcoming Cameron back into the fold for the Swansea clash next week, particularly given QPR’s relatively thin squad size at present.