QPR star speaks out on dismal away form
Dyer insists it is only a matter of time until Rangers end their wait for a win on the road
Kieron Dyer believes it is only a matter of time until QPR banish their away-day woes.
Rangers are without a win on the road since their 3-2 triumph at Stoke City 10 months ago, with Sunday’s 2-1 defeat at Tottenham the latest disappointment outside Loftus Road.
However, Dyer maintains that a superb first-half display from Mark Hughes’s side at White Hart Lane proves that a rare away victory is just around the corner for the Rs.
“I think last season it was definitely a cause for concern. But this year we’ve played the champions [Manchester City] and Tottenham who finished fourth last season, and we’ve given them both a run for their money,” said Dyer.
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“On another day with a bit of luck we could have had two results there. I think we have turned the corner with our away form and I think when we play the lesser teams we’ll get a lot of points away from home.”
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