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Rob Dickie sends message to QPR fans after win at Birmingham City

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Queens Park Rangers climbed back into the play-off places thanks to a 2-1 win at Birmingham City on Sunday.

Goals from Albert Adomah and Chris Willock proved the difference for the visitors who had to remain concentrated for the closing exchanges as Chuks Aneke halved the deficit late on.

The result capped back-to-back wins on the road either side of the new year to put Rangers in a strong position in the midst of the January transfer window.

QPR have a break from league action until 15th January when they host play-off rivals West Bromwich Albion in looking to thrust themselves back into the automatic promotion conversation.

Rob Dickie has been a crucial cog on the right side of the back three this term and he took to Instagram to share his reaction to the narrow victory at St Andrew’s.

He wrote: “Good start to the new year, travelling fans were class.”

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At 25, Dickie is a player with realistic Premier League ambitions in the next few years, there could be interest around his signature this month but while it looks likely the West Londoners will finish in the top six this season, Dickie is more likely to stay and see out the campaign.

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The former Oxford United man is key to how Mark Warburton wants Rangers to play and can break the lines effortlessly gliding out of defence with the ball at his feet. 2021 was an excellent year for QPR in the Championship, emphatically pulling away from any relegation fears last term and going on to secure a ninth placed finish, before building on that further to be in the mix for automatic promotion at times during this campaign.

There is a nice blend of youth and experience at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium at the moment, and it is clear to see that all the players are completely buying into Warburton’s brand of football. In a congested battle at the top end, Rangers have the continuity and quality in the side to establish themselves in the top six if they can have a successful January transfer window.


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