QPR had looked comfortable during the first half of the season in midtable but the club form has nosedived in 2019. The Loftus Road outfit have experienced a poor run of nine defeats in 13 matches in thirteen league matches in 2019.

This poor run of form had begun to stoke discontent within the club as fans were getting worried about the club getting sucked into the relegation battle. QPR defender Geoff Cameron revealed that the club had to hold a team meeting after their last defeat to Rotherham at home.

QPR made history in the game as they became the first club to lose to Rotherham at home as two goals from Semi Ajayi condemned QPR to a 2-1 defeat.  Cameron speaking to the club’s website revealed that there was a lack of confidence and belief among the players.

He also spoke of the players coming together in which they held themselves accountable for the poor run of form within the team. This meeting appears to have energized the players as they mounted an unlikely comeback away at Hull City.

Trailing 2-0 at halftime QPR mounted a comeback after the break to draw 2-2 and Cameron believes that the result bodes well for the team.  The QPR coach Steve McClaren also revealed that the draw was a testament to the resilient mentality of his team.

QPR are in no immediate danger of relegation as they are eight points clear of the relegation places with eight games left in the season. They should be able to secure the maximum amount of points that should keep them safe for next season

However, they would need to return to winning ways with a home clash to Bolton a perfect game for the club this weekend at Loftus Road.



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