QPR are set to change the way they approach player discipline ahead of next season.
It has been a disappointing campaign for QPR, and a report in the Mirror claims that they are set to change the way the club deals with ‘bad eggs’ to ensure promotion chances are at an all time high.
It is stated that they will undergo a new ‘hard-hitting code of conduct’, instigated by new permanent head coach Chris Ramsey, covering training ground conduct to usage of social media.
It is hard to deny that this kind of management is needed at the club due to the issues that have been clouding Loftus Road this season, and a new sense of order and discipline could be the thing that guarantees the steadying of the ship ahead of the next campaign.
Due to financial fair play issues, the R’s are set to lose a number of key players this summer, and the chances of staging an immediate fight back to the Premier League will be extremely hard if they continue with their current philosophy.
However, Ramsey has been appointed, and will look to completely revamp the running of the club to bring stability, and hopefully immediate promotion.
This season has seen many issues break up any sense of community amongst the players, with Karl Henry taking to Twitter to row with Stan Collymore, Matt Phillips posing for a photo with a new car days before the R’s suffered relegation, whilst Eduardo Vargas was sent home to Chile after refusing to come off the substitutes bench in a game with Crystal Palace.