breaking news: QPR set to cut ties with unlucky star

“Cut ties”: QPR is asked to get go of offensive midfielder
The attacking midfielder has been unable to live up to his potential.

Taylor Richards has been one of Queens Park Rangers’ underperforming purchases this season, and the club may opt to cut their losses and move on from him in the summer transfer window.

When the 23-year-old joined the club on loan from Brighton & Hove Albion at the start of last season, he stated that he felt like he had come “home,” according to his interview with the club.
He was born and raised in Hammersmith, and at the age of seven, he attended his first game at Loftus Road.

It felt like the ideal fit for the athlete. However, he has not lived up to people’s expectations.

Louis Moir, Football League World’s QPR fan commentator, has shared his thoughts on Richards’ stint at the club and what should happen to him.

QPR supporter on Richards
Moir believes the R’s should break relations with the attacking midfielder, and that if they do, he does not see how the 23-year-old will fit into Marti Cifuentes’ team.

“When we signed Richards, it appeared that we had found a hidden gem. However, he hasn’t played much since signing. He made a few of substitute appearances, and he was injured.

“To be honest, when he has played, he hasn’t done anything to earn his place in this group.


“It’s a disappointing one because of the fact that we thought he had tonnes of ability, which he might have, but we just haven’t seen it and we may never see it.”We ended up signing him on a permanent basis, so on the one side, you’ve got a player who you might as well attempt to extract something from. Even Marti can’t seem to pull much out of him, assuming he’s ever fit.


“On the other side, we’re wondering, ‘What’s the point of getting rid of him?’ I’m thinking more of the former. What is the point of having?

“I remember when Gareth Ainsworth was here, I believe he reposted or liked something on Twitter (X) that was completely anti-Ainsworth. We fans knew it, but players shouldn’t be so stupid to start doing things on social media.

“He was then dropped, or never seen again under Ainsworth, and I think if we can cut ties with him that would be the best decision for the club, because I can’t even see him staying fit for one game or getting anywhere near the starting XI.”

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