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Tyler Roberts

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posted on 6/7/22

Cricky that's not bad money.

Talented player but gets a lot of injuries

Could to one of two ways reply hope he makes it

comment by Jonty (U4614)

posted on 6/7/22

4.5m, snap their hands off.

posted on 6/7/22

4.5 mill is good business. Good luck to him.

I'm fairly sure Shackleton's also leaving on loan
with a view to a permanent move also, once a
club is chosen.

posted on 6/7/22

Think this could be a good move for him.

I wouldn't be surprised if QPR make a decent profit from him after a couple of seasons because his potential is there.

He needs to play games though and with the amount of signings we have/are making he wouldn't get that opportunity with us. He needs to be better than he has been for us in the last couple of seasons, hopefully for him he will be, he's definitely capable.

posted on 6/7/22

QPR are one of those teams (going back to the late 70s)
that have always tried to play a good attacking style of
football. So, agree completely that this is a good move
for Tyler.

posted on 6/7/22

He's a 23 year old Welsh international for god's sake and has made 50 appearances in the premier league and yet he is worth less than an 18 year old who was third choice prospect at Man City, who has never even made a first team appearance, how is that good business?
We bought him at 2.5m in 2018 and despite having made over 100 appearances for us he has increased his value by a mere £2m.
My fear is he will tank at QPR like he did with us and every team he's played for and at the end of next year they will give us a firm no and we will be stuck with him playing a little five aside tournament with Costa and Poveda.

posted on 6/7/22

I don't really see him as a striker who can score lots of goals so Im not sure if hes a striker or not. I didn't think he was as bad as some made out in that 8/10 role. I think he needs to find his best position and stick to it. What that is Im not too sure.

posted on 6/7/22

comment by Elsbels - The Specials' One (U21658)
posted 43 minutes ago
He's a 23 year old Welsh international for god's sake and has made 50 appearances in the premier league and yet he is worth less than an 18 year old who was third choice prospect at Man City, who has never even made a first team appearance, how is that good business?
We bought him at 2.5m in 2018 and despite having made over 100 appearances for us he has increased his value by a mere £2m.
My fear is he will tank at QPR like he did with us and every team he's played for and at the end of next year they will give us a firm no and we will be stuck with him playing a little five aside tournament with Costa and Poveda.
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we got ripped off for the city player. what else is new.
doesn't mean 4.5m isnt a good price for roberts.
best he moves on.

posted on 6/7/22

So Els is it good business as per your opening post. Or not good business as per your second post?

comment by Jaz63 (U8369)

posted on 6/7/22

Roberts to QPR is definitely good business - and the very best of luck to him!

Yes, it would be good to move Poveda on although he won't be on big money - but what about Casilla and Costa, who most probably are?

posted on 6/7/22

It’s only a fee if they get promoted and if he’s a key player, then it’s good business. He only has a year left on his contract after this season, it’s a fantastic deal if we ever got the 4m

comment by werb (U7906)

posted on 6/7/22

I doubt Roberts will ever again experience the loyalty shown to him by Bielsa . Fair play to MB, he stuck by him and gave him the chance to shine but it seemed the majority on here ( Me included ) were tearing there hair out when Tyler was called upon to save the day. Good luck to him at QPR, he's talented but probably needs to drop into the 1st division to start making progress.

posted on 6/7/22

Lots of people saying on here he’s a waste of money when the odd person said we will make profit on him.

Contributed to getting us promoted
Potential profit on sale.

Personally disappointed that they have agreed a £4.5m fee because if he stays fit at a club that shows him love he could just surprise a few folk ( a bit like kalvin Patrick roofe and wood did!)

posted on 6/7/22

Not sure anyone on here said he was good enough to play premier league football neither
1-star was me

posted on 6/7/22

Confirmed loan. Good luck to him πŸ‘

posted on 6/7/22

Both shack and Roberts had the same problem, never fully fit for longer than a month.

So never end up getting a run in the side.

Hope he does well

posted on 6/7/22

One Tyler out and another in!..

So no way off mixing them when substituting!..

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