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‘Needs to start’ – Many QPR fans discuss player that ‘made a massive difference’ v Bournemouth

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QPR were handed their first defeat of the 2021/22 campaign last night as they lost to fellow promotion hopefuls Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium and the impact of substitute Albert Adomah has proven a talking point among many fans of the west London club.

Rob Dickie’s mistake allowed Jaidon Anthony to put the hosts ahead and the young winger’s low cross was converted by Dominic Solanke to make it two in the first half.

The R’s have shown plenty of spirit this season and they did so again last night as Sam McCallum halved the deficit after the break, though despite a host of late chances Bournemouth held on to win 2-1.

McCallum’s game came after the introduction of Adomah with the substitute’s dynamism and quality giving his side a real boost.

The 33-year-old nearly teed up Andre Gray in the dying embers of the game but Mark Travers kept it out to ensure Mark Warburton’s side headed back to the capital with nothing.

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The R’s welcome Bristol City to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium tomorrow and much of the talk ahead of that game has been about Adomah.

Read the reaction of QPR supporters here…


Bristol-born, London-based sports journalist at Snack Media. University of Brighton and NA graduate

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