In what appeared to initially be a turbulent season for QPR, the R’s have stabilised and consolidated their position in the Championship under Ian Holloway.
Queens Park Rangers currently sit 15th in the table with a ten point gap and six team cushion above Blackburn Rovers, who currently sit in the relegation drop zone.
Since Ian Holloway has taken over from Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Queens Park Rangers have had an upturn form which has seen them steadily climb up the table.
Ian Holloway’s philosophy to promote or in some cases recall some of Queens Park Rangers’ most talented young players has been part of the reason why QPR have had a stronger second half of the season.
Despite Queens Park Rangers making over ten signings this season, some of Queens Park Rangers top performers have surprisingly come out of nowhere.
FLW writer Elliott Wheat-Bowen looks at TWO Queens Park Rangers who have come out of nowhere to be revelations this season…..