Same here, if we are to be without Winnall for several weeks, then we have a decent substitute in Agyei. He has some upper body strength and will draw those fouls in the box as per yesterday.
Agyei is one of those players who seems to totally divide opinion for some reason.Glad people have faith in Agyei and also Shodipo too. Whenever I write anything critical I nearly always think am I being rather harsh here. But I can only put down what I think.
With Agyei yes I am perhaps being unfair. It is a thankless task up front on your own against most L1 defences. Matty T knows that. That Agyei hasn't played much is probably largely down to him not being deemed quite good enough. He's been here long enough now for me to be a bit disappointed. Still only 23 though so perhaps there is time to develop and becoming a genuine L1 level threat although I wouldn't put any money on it.
Shodipo is also 23 - hope he learns quickly enough for us to get real benefit from his time with us on loan and that it's not just QPR who reap any rewards. At present I can't see him as ever regularly getting into the QPR first team 18.
Agyei is one of those players who seems to totally divide opinion for some reason.
I am with you in so far as overall I have been frustrated/ disappointed with him and I thought he did OK at best yesterday (I appreciate that some seem to think that he was excellent)
He and Shodipo really have to start being far more consistent to really make it although both add something if we are chasing the game in the last 20 minutes.
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