I think we're looking at a club, QPR, that if they can somehow manage to stay up, will be competing for a European place next season. They have a nice roster, wealthy owners, a world class manager, and are showing a strong desire to remain relevant.
That's what most QPR fans (including me) thought after surviving last year. Maybe not a European place, but at least competing for a top half finish after some our summer signings.
Then we went out, lost 5-0 to Swansea at home in the first game and didn't win until almost the halfway point of the season.
We're definitely playing better under Harry, but the major problem is we have brought in so many high-paid players that don't have any passion or heart for the club, they're just collecting a (sizeable) paycheck. Most of our best performances have come from the remaining players from the team that won promotion.
We can survive this year, but it's still going to be very tough.
This post was edited on 1/31 at 12:50 pm