Ian Holloway answered Twitter’s questions last night, and revealed his admiration for Queens Park Rangers’ youngster Ebere Eze.
QPR have had a fine start to life under Mark Warburton, and one player who’s impressed both his manager and fans this year is Ebere Eze.
The attacking midfielder is in his fourth season at Loftus Road and this one looks set to be his best.
He made his debut for the club in January 2017 aged 18 for Holloway, who gave him his first full season in the QPR first team in 2017/18 where had made 16 appearances scoring twice.
Last night, one QPR fan took to Twitter to ask Ollie how Eze compared to other young players that he’s worked with.
He's very different: he floats, he drifts. He's not got blistering pace but his natural balance is unbelievable. He caresses the ball when he kicks it. He's such a talent. https://t.co/ZCLPxd8zSh
— Ian Holloway (@IanOllie7) October 1, 2019
Eze is having his best season yet under Warburton. The 21-year-old has matured to become one of the first names on the QPR team sheet, with three goals and two assists already this season.
Holloway saw the potential in Eze, who has Holloway to thank for giving him his first-team debut at QPR. And it’s hard to disagree with Holloway’s comments on the youngster. His manner on the pitch is a joy to watch and his technical abilities have been improved on each season, making him one of the brightest talents in the Football League.