Wells leaves QPR disappointed
Nahki Wells has said his goodbyes to Queens Park Rangers, conceding he is leaving Loftus Road on the back of a disappointing personal campaign.
The Bermuda striker, on loan from Premier League side Burnley, took to social media to post a heartfelt message to the QPR fans, all but ruling out any possibility of remaining at the Sky Bet Championship club beyond this season.
“Thank you QPR for the opportunity to join this amazing club for the season. It’s been an absolute roller coaster of a season,” said Wells on Twitter. “From a personal perspective, I’m leaving a bit disappointed, knowing the fans haven’t seen the best of me enough this season.
“Through the highs and lows the fans have always been supportive. This club and the supporters will for ever hold a special place with me. I wish QPR all the best for the future.”
Wells endured a difficult season in West London, scoring a total of just nine goals in 43 appearances in all competitions as QPR finished in 19th position in the league.
Young and Robinson earn draw for Cleveland
White takes top honours
Nordic American Tankers reports $14.9m loss
Bermuda juniors set for Antigua test
Chubb upset top seeds Wahoos
Tenant hits out at rental deposit system
DeSilva wins bid to import Port Royal sand
Cocaine-fuelled man denies drink-driving
Man denies robbing teenage boy
So, so hard to say goodbye
Pride parade to start earlier
Let your hair down to help bereaved seniors
Take Our Poll
- "What is the most significant reason for Bermuda residents choosing to leave the island?"
- Too small
- Different way of life
- Cost of living
- Gang activity and general crime
- Jobs/professional advancement
- Attitudes towards gays
- Total Votes: 5235
- Poll Archive