JUST IN:QPR Boss Send Strong Words Of Encouraging Irish Super Star Inexperienced Moment Of Summer

Jimmy Dunne, a defender for QPR HEAD, was shown to be foolish by coach Gareth Ainsworth when he received two rapid bookings that changed the course of the game in the team’s 2-0 loss to West Brom at the Hawthorns.

The Irish defender Dunne was sent off two minutes after it was believed that he marked the penalty spot after West Brom was awarded a spot-kick. He had been penalized for entering the field too early.

In the 59th minute, Grady Diangana poked in the second goal, and eight minutes later, Brandon Thomas-Asante smashed home from the spot.

“The penalty was given away in a crazy moment, and the red card was given in a crazy, more innocent moment,” Ainsworth remarked.


“The referee told me there was an incident with the West Brom player on the penalty spot when I spoke with him.

“A second yellow was appropriate when I asked him if he was positive it was the player he recognized. He replied, ‘Yes, 100%.'” It is incredibly foolish if it is true.

“The initial yellow was returning to the field prematurely.

“You can accept getting beat up by football, but it’s incredibly naive when you lose a player to that, if that’s what it is.”

Rangers is now third from bottom in the Sky Bet Championship after losing five games in a row.

Ainsworth is under increasing pressure as they prepare to play leaders Leicester at home on Saturday, but he promised that things will get better.

He emphasized, “I’m sure there’s enough to turn it around, but we have some really good players.”

“I’ll get these boys fighting; we’re going to get out of this somehow.

“I am aware that managers are targets of the annoyances of supporters and fans everywhere, and they occasionally have to shoulder criticism.

“I don’t fear anything, but there is pressure from day one because you are judged on results.”

As he gets ready to celebrate his year anniversary as West Brom’s head coach on Wednesday with a return to the top six, Carlos Corberan acknowledged that patience was the key to beating QPR.


It was often difficult to attack when playing against a 5-4-1 team, he noted. It was a matter of patience and maturity. In these kinds of games, it’s important to both create opportunities and prevent counterattacks.

However, it’s also critical to establish dominance in order to produce something.

Things like passing the ball in front of the player rather than behind him are important since playing at his back might throw you off balance and give them the upper hand.

“Having Diangana and Matt Phillips go one on one in our attacking down the sides was one thing that helped us.”


“We were able to start stretching them and get them one-on-one by stretching their final nine with players like Nathaniel Chalobah and Jed Wallace making runs in behind.”

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