Queens Park Rangers look set to nominate Neil Critchley as their inheritor to Michael Beale at Loftus Street and the previous Blackpool boss ought to contemplate unleashing Sinclair Armstrong.
In line with Soccer League World, the 44-year-old is now in pole place to take over with the Hoops, having been sacked from his place at Aston Villa only a few months after leaving Blackpool to work with Steven Gerrard within the Premier League.
Critchley should make huge adjustments if he desires to show round QPR’s kind from forward of the World Cup break, because the west London aspect managed only one purpose and one level from their last 5 video games beneath Beale.
Whether or not or not he will likely be in cost for this weekend’s recreation in opposition to Burnley is but to be seen however it’s actually a troublesome welcome again to motion within the Championship for the Hoops, and defeat might see them drop out of the playoffs having been high beneath Beale in October.
One change that Critchley would possibly contemplate making, so as to clean up the Hoops’ assault, is to begin 19-year-old ahead Sinclair Armstrong on a extra common foundation.
Ought to Armstrong begin extra?
After spells on mortgage with Torquay United and Aldershot City in non-league, Armstrong clearly did sufficient to show to Beale that he was value maintaining at Loftus Street, and he has gone on to make 13 appearances for the senior aspect to date this season, contributing one help.
The teenage striker made a uncommon begin in QPR’s 3-0 win over Cardiff which despatched them high of the league and performed an enormous half in proceedings, profitable a penalty within the first half which noticed Jack Simpson despatched off, and Beale was stuffed with reward for the teenager after the sport.
He stated: “I believe we gave a component of shock by beginning younger Sinclair Armstrong. Didn’t he do fantastically nicely for the penalty, which clearly with the purple card, was a giant second within the recreation?”
Contemplating QPR’s latest attacking woes, and Armstrong’s spectacular show on a uncommon begin, Critchley ought to undoubtedly contemplate handing him extra first-team alternatives when he begins work at Loftus Street.