Chris Ramsey: No doom and gloom at QPR

first_imgQPR boss Chris Ramsey insists there is no ‘doom and gloom’ amongst his players despite their lowly Premier League position and their desperate run of form.Ramsey has overseen six defeats in seven games since replacing Harry Redknapp in February, with Rangers four points adrift of safety ahead of a crucial relegation encounter against West Brom on Saturday.QPR then face a visit to fellow strugglers Aston Villa on Tuesday, but Ramsey maintains the squad remains in good spirits about their chances of survival.“There’s no doom and gloom here. We’ve tried to make sure everything is as upbeat as possible. “Once you start to let the doom and gloom in, it does have an effect on the confidence,” said the 52-year-old.“The belief is good, it’s fantastic, you wouldn’t believe where we are but tension mounts when you’re in the situation we’re in.”The Rangers’ boss bemoaned his side’s profligacy in their last game against Everton, and will be keen for his players to be more clinical in the next two fixtures ahead of a tough schedule that includes games against Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City.Ramsey said: “The players couldn’t have given much more in the games recently.“Those little bits of quality in terms of defence and taking chances haven’t been there and we’re looking to change that this weekend.” 1 Chris Ramsey last_img read more

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