Michael Beale’s Queens Park Rangers record is being deliberately misrepresented

Michael Beale’s Queens Park Rangers record is being deliberately misrepresented
NORWICH, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 02: Michael Beale, Manager of Queens Park Rangers applauds fans after the Sky Bet Championship between Norwich City and Queens Park Rangers at Carrow Road on November 02, 2022 in Norwich, England. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)

Another thing we’ll look at is this QPR ‘dud’ record some Rangers ‘fans’ have begun to fabricate simply because they don’t want Michael Beale to be manager.

Let’s be clear, Michael Beale had Queens Park Rangers on top of the table and a strong bet not only for promotion but for winning the Championship title without even needing a play off.

Of the last 11 matches prior to Wolves’ approach, Beale’s QPR had only lost two with a single draw – 8 wins and top of the table.

The news then broke that Beale had rejected Wolves, and thereafter they’ve not won a match since. It tells the full story of what’s really happened here.

Beale and QPR were outstanding, with Leon Balogun a huge part of that success – while it took Beale four matches to win 3 points, thereafter till Wolves’ approach QPR won the next 8 of 11, and it’s what saw his side soar to the summit of the Championship.

If we look at the form, if the league was measured over the last 5 matches, QPR are rock-bottom. Last 10 they’re 15th, last 15 they’re 10th, last 20 they’re sixth. An ever-improving position the further you go back.

All because of the last 5 matches, ever since Wolves’ approach, the team lost focus because they knew the manager wasn’t settled any more, and he knew about Rangers’ interest.

Let’s be clear again – Rangers is where Beale’s heart is, it’s like Walter in 2007, and while we’re not comparing Michael Beale to the Master Walter, the circumstances are similar – he’s leaving a great job for the only one he’d have left for. He turned down the PL for goodness’ sake. Walter wouldn’t have quit Scotland for anyone other than Rangers.

The fact Beale rejected a Premier League team because he wants Rangers tells everything about where his heart is.

The problem for Beale is so many Rangers fans seem set against him from the off, throwing all kinds of accusations his way before he even gets started, such as ‘yes’ man or not good enough, or betrayed Rangers etc.

Only way he can win them over is with results. We leave that up to him.

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  1. Actions speak louder than words or the bullshit. Beale knows these players knows this club and what it is . It’s a pity we lost those silly points to Livi and St Johnstone , as it may have given him a platform. It’s never over till its over , but it look a mountain to climb, to beat them twice . I really hope they have lined someone up to work along side him .

  2. I dont give a toss about QPR and all that bull,get the best man back in for the job and move on

  3. I think hes set on ragers hes lost trust here at qpr best he goes,he wont succed with rangers,they going for him as it will be cheaper

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