Some QPR fans have been left fuming with Spurs youngster Luke Amos’ performance against rivals Brentford last Saturday.
Rangers were beaten 3-1 on Saturday by Brentford at Griffin Park, a result which helped the Bees climb to the third spot in the table.
Mark Warburton’s side have been extremely inconsistent since the start of the season and their performance on Saturday left a lot to be desired.
Amos joined the Championship club on a season-long loan deal last summer and has impressed with his displays at Loftus Road so far.
To date, he has made 15 starts and four substitute appearances in the Championship, scoring two goals in the process (WhoScored).
However, the game against Brentford was one for the Spurs midfielder and was the subject of criticism by some QPR fans on social media.
While fans were upset with the team’s performance in general, a few supporters had some particularly harsh words to say about the 22-year-old’s efforts.
Luke Amos very poor today, anonymous most of the game, Masterson looked solid when he came on though definitely needs to be embedded now
— Matt (@lfcmattyd) January 11, 2020
Don’t get the Luke Amos hype at all
— Oliver Wheeler (@ollywheeler) January 11, 2020
Astounded. Worst performance I’ve seen for a while. Lumley, Cameron, Amos & Wells dreadful.
Penny for Kelly’s, Masterson’s & Hugill’s thoughts… #QPR
— Kris Love (@KrisLove5) January 11, 2020
— Darren Truswell (@DarrenTruswell) January 11, 2020
Did ok for 18 minutes fell apart after 1st goal brentford far to quick all over the park
— Mark Galea (@imabudgieatlast) January 11, 2020
Back to earth with a f****** great bump. Missing Leistner, but Ball + Amos under constant pressure + haven't laid a glove on Bees midfield. Front 4 hardly touched the ball. Need Scowen + Hugill #BREQPR #QPR
— Geoff Skinner (@GeoffS2011) January 11, 2020
Fullbacks and apart from the assist Amos very poor today and the keepers nervousness can be smelt from a mile away, Blame the ref all you like but we haven’t been good enough. #QPR
— Dan (@qprdan123) January 11, 2020
Amos is trying but Eze is getting no supply
— jude. (@Judecairns_) January 11, 2020
Spurs Web Opinion
Amos is another midfield talent who I had huge expectations for until a couple of years ago. I was convinced that he was going to be given his first-team chance by Pochettino. However, at 22 years of age, he really needs to be pulling up trees in the Championship if he is to have any chance of remaining with Tottenham. It remains to be seen if Jose Mourinho will fancy the youngster.
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