Some QPR fans have blasted Tottenham loanee Luke Amos for his display against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday evening.
The Championship side fell to an embarrassing 4-0 defeat at home and based on the fans’ reaction, it looks like Amos was among the worst players on the pitch.
Amos is rated very highly at Tottenham and has impressed whenever he has been involved with the first team, particularly in pre-season during the club’s tour of the USA last season.
The youngster was been loaned to the Hoops for the season and it was hoped that he would get opportunities to shine in the Championship.
However, things don’t seem to be going according to plan for the 22-year-old. He has failed to impress in a QPR side that are languishing in 16th place in the table.
Wednesday was arguably one of the worst moment of the midfielder’s career after he was withdrawn by manager Mark Warburton at half time after a poor forty-five minutes.
QPR fans took to social media to convey their discontent at the Spurs academy graduate’s performance:
Get the feeling Warburton really wants Luke Amos in this team, but it’s not working and Hugill is perhaps our best player right now. #QPR
— Ash Rose (@AshroseUK) November 27, 2019
Really struggle to see what Luke Amos brings to the team…
— Josh Smeeth (@Smeeeeeth) November 27, 2019
Luke Amos has done nothing tonight either
— Clash City Ranger (@ClashnQPR) November 27, 2019
Waste of space
— Wyn Baptiste (@wynbaptiste) November 28, 2019
— Darren Truswell (@DarrenTruswell) November 27, 2019
Ball sitting v deep, which is fine, but with Amos + Eze playing almost with as part of front 4 at times, there's a big gap in midfield. Kane getting into the game, but long balls to wide players too obvious. Need Hugill's height + muscle #QPR
— Geoff Skinner (@GeoffS2011) November 27, 2019
Ball & Amos bring nothing to our team #QPR
— Luke Coleman (@lukecoleman71) November 27, 2019
Amos is total pony…. That is all #QPR
— Darren Pickard (@darrenpickard) November 27, 2019
Spurs Web Opinion
At 22 years of age, Amos isn’t really young anymore and this season was going to be make or break for him. The fact that he is failing to make an impression at QPR probably ends any chances of him breaking into the Spurs first team. It is such a shame as Amos is another one in the long list of talented youngsters that have fallen short of making the grade at Spurs recently.
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