Note that in 2018, all clubs had played 31 games except for 2 in 19th and 20th places who'd played 30 games but were more than three points behind us. In 2019, 11 clubs had played 33, 8 played 32 and 5 played 31. Redeeming a possible 6 points to make 45 pts total could theoretically put us as high as ninth; clubs below us with games in hand are further behind than the potential points they could gain.
Performances slightly better this season but bar the Forest game and wining a couple of FA cup games for me the results seem to be just the same, we had some great results last year which people seem to forget, beating Villa away, beating Cardiff at home etc For me McClaren has had the luxury of being able to bring in the likes of Hemed, Wells, Rangel and Cameron all premier league players, we didn't have that last year
I was hoping to avoid a few thrashings and a dismal losing run, as is the norm for QPR. That didn't happen but we've done better on the road and had a bit of a cup run too, lots of talented youngsters being blooded elsewhere and behind the scenes we are in good hands.
Wish I could be like David Watts
Has this season met your expectations on 11:30 - Feb 18 with 414 views
Up to 1 January we had definitely exceeded my expectations.
However, now we appear to be the only team not to have won in the Championship in 2019, they are definitely meeting my expectations with five defeats in a row and a league position I thought we would be in.
Part of my fears before the season was based on the expectation that the richer, bigger clubs would be at the top and the smaller, living in austerity clubs at the bottom. The Championship is now beginning to take that shape as we head towards the conclusion.
Has this season met your expectations on 12:19 - Feb 18 with 356 views