The director of football of Queens Park Rangers Les Ferdinand has recently voiced his thoughts concerning how his club has recently been performing and the 49 year old Englishman admitted in saying that QPR have not shown any significant improvements since last year.
Queens Park Rangers was able to compete in the Premier League during the season of 2014-15 but they were sacked in the same season after finishing at the very bottom at the 20th spot but the head chiefs and the supporters of the club are hoping that QPR are able to earn a promotion back to the Premier League.
This dream of making it back to the top tier English League has been delayed as QPR has been struggling trying to earn a promotion spot in the English League Championship.
QPR has recently experienced a managerial switch with Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink being sacked. At the time when Hasselbaink was sacked, Queens Park Rangers was positioned at the 17th spot of the English League Championship which is a huge disappointment for a club that had recently competed in the Premier League and was hoping to snatch another promotion spot.
Ian Holloway was the man that replaced Floyd Hasselbaink and the director of football Les Ferdinand has recently talked about the current situation of QPR as Ferdinand said:
“You can’t see it as progress because if it was, Jimmy would still be here and he’s not. We know a number of players came in the summer but when we spoke to Jimmy originally, one thing we did say was this is the group of players can you make them better?
‘’He was adamant that he could make them better and we knew the boys we were bringing in would need developing. I think the consensus was that we haven’t made the players better.That was what the decision was based around. It was the manner in which we were playing and whether the group of boys had developed from last year. And the answer to that was they hadn’t’’