QPR’s next penalty taker is anyone’s guess.
By rights, it should be Jake Bidwell after the left-back dispatched the last one with aplomb against Blackburn in the FA Cup.
But despite the left-back’s cool net bulger, his boss was far from pleased.
In fact, Ian Holloway is wondering what Bidwell was doing up there in the first place.
Had he been in earshot, the gaffer would have insisted Yeni N’Gbakoto take the 12-yarder.
Here's what happened.
"He's a fantastic young fella," said Holloway of Bidwell.
"He wanted to take the penalty, because I've lost my set piece takers. You need an expert, and (Tjaronn) Chery was an expert until his head got turned.
"I need someone further up the pitch to do it as I want to keep him in a proper area rather than running to take a corner. I wanted Yeni to take the penalty as he hadn't scored. It'd have done him better than Bidwell."
In fact, it's Saturday's opposition who should be worried about penalties.
Fulham had one saved by Alex Smithies in the first match at the Cottage in October, and missed one right at the death that would have denied Rangers a vital 2-1 away win.
In fact, the in demand Rs keeper has saved seven out of the nine penalties fired at him since he arrived at Loftus Road.
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