I don't post often but do read most of the stuff on here - I guess I am probably guilty of posting more when things aren't going well - I guess that is out of frustration and being a lifelong fickle QPR fan.
Agree with Clive I enjoyed the win more on Saturday because it was a scrappy goal and an ugly win. Something we need to be doing more of in a 46 game Championship season.
We were far to tippy tappy earlier in the season - Nothing wrong with mixing it up and playing balls in the channels behind for runners and getting earlier crosses in the box for 2 strikers.
The change in formation has made a real difference.
Suddenly life is good again and I wish the bloody fortunes of this football club didn't effect my overall personal demeanour as much as it does......
I have been saying Ainsworth for years way before Hasslebank, McClaren and Warburton - however I would stick with what we have for now - Yes its been dreadful since the lockdown but before then we were a joy to watch.
The biggest problem with Warburton is his reluctance to have a Plan B - We are trying to play Barcelona football with lots of League one players and the good players have thrown the towel in.
Massive job rebuilding this squad before the new season.
I am a massive Ainsworth fan and wanted him ahead of Warburton
However we would be mad to change things right now - Wild Thing just needs to be patient I know he would walk across hot burning coal with bear feet to be our manager - His time will come its just not right now!!
Pretty good performance overall - Ball and Kane caught the eye and we looked good in the shape first half.
Shitty marking for the goal cost us the half time lead.
Started well second half but Fulham changed their system and started to get in behind our wing backs. Thought Warberton should of changed it then as the dynamics of the game started to swing back to Fulham.
Wells was tiring and binging Chair on at that stage would of made sense and perhaps change to a 4,4,1,1 for ten minutes to gain back the momentum would of made sense.
Unfortunately Lumley then provided the opposition another assist and we never really looked like getting back into it despite a good five minutes at the end.
Scowen for Amos was a head scratcher - Amos had a good ten minutes before coming off and looked like he was starting to influence the game.