"Tottenham created history by being the first team in the Premier League era to not sign anyone during the summer transfer window, but there was a new face in their opening-day win at Newcastle. Luke Amos was promoted to the squad and given his first five minutes of action in the top flight. The 21-year-old tore his ACL in a reserve game against Blackburn the following week and is now out for the season. That has enabled an even younger midfielder to push himself forward."
Great to see and hear. Local players, nurtured correctly, no mass loans where unnecessary and young players given opporutnities where deserved.
Happy Birthday to the legendary Mr @clinthill29. Came to #QPR with low expectations as an old pro that might do a job for 20 games, 170 matches later, he left a trophy winning captain & hero. The kind of man you wish every footballer was like. Have a good one, you've earned it pic.twitter.com/yhPgKrh922
I think we’ll all agree that the QPR world would be a much poorer place without the work he puts into the previews, articles, reports, etc that help us process the bad times and re-live the good. It opens him up to a lot of unnecessary abuse and grief too but he powers through and I think we’re all very glad he does.