‘Shame it didn’t work’, ‘Never given a chance’ – Lots of QPR fans bid farewell to midfielder
Queens Park Rangers fans are saying goodbye to midfielder Sean Goss after the 23-year-old sealed a move to Shrewsbury Town.
Goss did not feature prominently for QPR during his time at the club, and was sent out on loan in each of the last two campaigns to Scottish duo Rangers and St. Johnstone, and appeared just once for the club last season.
But fans are wondering what might have been as the midfielder, who only appeared seven times in all competitions for the Hoops, joins League One Shrewsbury for an undisclosed fee.
Some supporters were accepting of the fact that Goss may just need the game time after nearly three years at the club without being able to hold down a place in the team.
Meanwhile, it seems as though some fans rated the midfielder highly – and are sad to see him go despite a lack of opportunities since his move from Manchester United:
Good luck to him, shame it didn’t work out here
— JL (@Lumliesque) August 16, 2019
My captain, leader, LEGEND
— (@C_R_S__) August 16, 2019
Good luck Sean on your new adventure, shame to see you go but regular game time is what you need!
— Davis Boateng (@AGuyCalledDavis) August 16, 2019
Really puzzled to know what when on with him. Came from Man U highly rated but was never given a chance at QPR. Good luck Sean.
— Simon Matthews (@sjmatt67) August 16, 2019
“GOOD LUCK” Sean, be strong, you’ve got the talent, sure your get a big chance “again”.
— STEVE O’MARA (@STEVEMOGORMAN2) August 16, 2019
Thanks and good luck Sean!
— Akster_QPR (@akster) August 16, 2019
Good Luck Sean
— WeAreTheRangersBoys (@WATRBS) August 16, 2019
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