Queens Park Rangers stuttering start to the season continues under manager Steve McClaren with the R’s down in 18th place in the Championship with 14 points after 12 rounds of matches.
With fellow strugglers Ipswich Town their opponents after the international break, QPR need to start stringing some results together is they are to avoid a season in the basement of the league, fighting off the spectre of relegation.
But who is QPR’s one most prized asset?
Luke Freeman or Eberechi Eze.
Both have been good this season and the R’s need to keep them for as long as possible.
Looking long term I’m going to say Eze but Freeman is a class act.
QPR have some tidy players, make no mistake.
Luke Freeman, although he is at the head of a line of exciting talent at the moment.
Luongo is another who is highly saleable and eventually, I think Ebere Eze will be a big player too.
If their young talent all comes good they’re in for a treat at Loftus Road.
Eberechi Eze burst on to the scene last season and he has shown remarkable improvements and adds that creative spark to a QPR side who had previously lacked goals so he is certainly their key man to watch this season.
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