QPR fans are split on Mark Warburton’s comments about playing style

Mark Warburton spoke at a QPR Fans’ Forum this week about his playing philosophy, and fans are split about whether he is right to stick to his guns.

The QPR boss has come in and instilled a passing style this season, and in the main it has worked well. QPR sit 10th as a result of their 54% average possession – the fifth-highest total in the division.

However, it has come at the detriment of the defence, and there is a concern that the insistence on playing out from the back is costing goals – with Nahki Wells’ back-pass leading to Britt Assombalonga’s goal last weekend a perfect example of that.

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Despite the errors, Warburton is determined in playing in such a fashion as he recognises and accepts that mistakes will occur. He isn’t concerned about that though, as learning from errors allows players to improve, and he thinks it will benefit his team in the long run.

Some supporters admire his stance and the confidence he has in his players and tactics, but others think the defensive issues must be addressed, and therefore something should probably change in terms of the playing style.

Is Mark Warburton's entertaining style a recipe for success?

Yes

Yes

No, the defence is not good enough

No, the defence is not good enough

Here are some of the reactions from the split fanbase.

Article title: QPR fans are split on Mark Warburton’s comments about playing style

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