It has been a hugely disappointing campaign for Queens Park Rangers thus far this term.
The R’s sit 17th in the league table, after 5 wins, 5 draws and 6 defeats from 16 league games, which has led to the inevitable departure of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
The Dutchman was in charge of the London club for 11 months, and won just 13 games out of 47 games, accumulating a 27.7% win ratio during his time at the helm.
But now there is growing optimism flowing around Loftus Road, with the appointment of Championship legend Ian Holloway: a man who made 144 appearances for the club as a player, and managed them for 6 years.
And now, the 53-year-old will definitely want to use his second tier experience and quality to full effect, having earned promotion from the Championship to the top flight 3 times, once with the R’s, and also with Blackpool and Crystal Palace.
Plus, with a squad blessed with real, underachieving talent, Holloway can really turn things around for the R’s.
Therefore here, FLW writer George Harbey identifies TWO players on QPR’s books that need to depart Loftus Road, in order to fulfil their own potential as well as Rangers’.