Shameless Michael Beale has published a pathetic farewell message to QPR promising to continue to support them from afar.
Last month the 42-year-old spoke out about loyalty and how he couldn’t be the first one to jump ship, yesterday he was sharing the joy of replacing Giovanni van Bronckhorst at Ibrox.
Had Beale kept away from the loyalty line his departure from QPR would have been a lot more harmonious but having treated the fans for mugs once he has repeated those sentiments in a Mills & Boon farewell to the latest love of his life:
Thank you QPR @officialqpr – To Amit, Ruben, Tony & Richard for your support as owners – you were excellent with me. To Les & Lee for your support on a daily basis. To the first team staff, the academy staff led by Chris & Alex and everyone that works behind the scenes at both Heston and Loftus Road for the quality of your work and your friendship over the last 6 months.
The most important thanks goes to the players, in any football club (outside the fans) they are the most important people and who everyone is working to help and support on the pitch. You are a special group of men and I loved working with you on a daily basis.
The environment at Heston is a special place and it was a privilege to see the relationships and feelings develop within the squad. You have made me a better coach/manager and I will be supporting you individually and as a team from afar. Lastly, to the fans, thank you for your support up and down the country, the energy and confidence you give the team is bigger than you think. Keep cheering the boys to success in the future.
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