2019-01-02 09:01#254016 footballscominghome : Really good story, you seem to being dominating! Maybe make something go wrong regarding money or development. If you get promoted have 0 transfer budget and just enough wage budget.Glad you like it! Got some harder stuff planned and may even have the manager sacked, have to wait and see though.
Tomlinson Scoops Top Manager
Elliot Tomlinson has won manager of the month after his QPR squad claimed 13 out of 15 points throughout the month of September.
QPR October Review
QPR have had another unbeaten month claiming 11 out of 15 available points with multiple tough fixtures including Derby and Aston Villa.
They started the month with a comfortable victory over Reading. Nahki Wells bagged a hat trick converting his third goal in the 86th minute. Modou Barrow then scored a lucky deflected goal in the 95th minute to provide a small consolation for Reading.
QPR then were involved in a six goal thriller which ended 3-3 all against Derby County. The highlight of the match was Bright Osayi-Samuel's amazing goal in the 31st minute.
QPR fielded a fully rotated squad against Ipswich Town and nearly paid the price. A brilliant performance from Sean Goss which was capped off by a stunning srike from outside of the Xbox.
Sheffield Wednesday were the next team to fall victim to QPR's stunning form. Pawel Wzolek, Toni Leistner and Nahki Wells all scored in a brilliant 3-1 result, however Brahim Diaz did score one for the visitors in reply.
QPR's strong form was to be slowed down when the R's met Aston Villa. QPR started slowly and found themselves 0-1 down 20 minutes in. QPR were unable to score another goal before half time and went in at the break 0-1. Bright Osayi-Samuel kept on his incredible form and 52 minutes in bagged himself another goal from outside of the box. Neither team wanted to risk their solitary point and the match ended 1-1.
Tomlinson Signs Contract Extension
Elliot Tomlinson has signed a 5 year contract extension with an option to extend it if he earns promotion. He has taken a wage drop but with football's ridiculous salaries it turns out he values managing his childhood club over a bit of extra cash. Pundits have praised his decision calling it selfless and shows how loyal he is.
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