Queens Park Rangers have had a few seasons in the Premier League in the last decade, but they are now firmly a Championship side.
It's time to change that mindset, and look to get back in the big time again.
QPR have a three-star rating on FIFA 22.
That is due to their rating breakdown of: 71 ATK, 70 MID, and 69 DEF.
Starting Lineup and Formation
QPR line up as a 5-2-1-2, but we will switch that to a 4-3-2-1 to make the most of their attacking players and try to play some fun football, with a tight front three.
The standout player of the three is Kiyan Prince, with great power and pace to either hold the ball up and bring others into play, or get behind the defence and score himself.
Chris Willock and Andre Gray are on either sides of him, and together they will look to overrun the oppositions defences.
Behind them are Ilias Chair and Andre Dozzell, with Chair being a creative threat.
Stefan Johansen sits behind them and we have converted the position to a CDM, to offer the defence more cover.
Sam McCallum and Moses Odubajo come in as the full-backs, offering much better pace than the players that were starting.
That pace will be much needed to help cover the centre-back pairing of Yoann Barbet and Rob Dickie, who don't possess much speed themselves.
In goal is Seny Dieng, the best option at the club.
Tactics and Instructions
As we want to be attacking and on the front foot, we will be using Press After Possession Loss to quickly win the ball back.
Offensively it's Long Ball with Forward Runs, looking to be direct and find space behind the defence.
Prince will be told to Stay Central, with him and Gray also on Stay Forward, giving us a couple of players to catch the opposition out if they commit too many men forward.
Chair will be on Free Roam, letting him get into spaces across the line and slip passes into the attackers.
Johansen is told to Drop Between Defenders, making a back three, so that the full-backs can both be set to Join The Attack and Overlap, giving the team its width.
The only player in the squad with a potential of 80+ OVR is McCallum, and he is on loan with the club, so it will be a waste focussing on that.
If you're wanting to establish yourself in the Premier League then the players you currently have won't be good enough, but still look to train up Charlie Kelman, Chair, Dickie, Willock, Luke Amos, and Dozzell, who can all help you on your way to promotion and then become squad players.
Starting transfer budget: £4.38 million
Starting wage budget: £64,000 a week
Who should go
Nearly the whole squad will need to be sold to compete in the Premier League, but that will happen over a couple of seasons.
The only players we'd deem 'safe' from the chop are Dickie, Dozzell, Chair, Willock, Prince and Kelman, who will provide some kind of spine to build around before eventually replacing them.
If you can find suitable replacements, feel free to get rid of everyone else!
McCallum and Gray will be returning to their parent clubs when their loans finish at the end of the season, and as first-team players, you will need to think about how to fill the gaps left by them.
You also have a few players out on loan but don't get too excited, none of them will develop into anything special, with the only notable one being Niko Hamalainen, who could help out if you can't find a better left-back next season.
Who to Sign
The budget is really tight, but after you've sold some players and hopefully won the pre-season tournament, it could have increased to around £15-£20 million.
Reinforcements are needed everywhere, so it's up to you where to tackle first.
Although the strikers are the strongest part of your squad, we would probably look to bring in another, to help rotate with the others and keep a strong forward line, and then replace Gray when his loan is up.
|Youssoufa Moukoko||16||Borussia Dortmund||£3.3m||£4k||69||89|
|Karim Adeyemi||19||Red Bull Salzburg||£4.7m||£11k||72||86|
|Brian Brobbey||19||RB Leipzig||£6.5m||£27k||73||85|
Bringing in some better options in centre-midfield will also massively help the team out, especially if you can do some player swap deals to save on money.
|Kouadio Kone||20||Borussia Monchenladbach||£3.5m||£11k||71||83|
|Alhassan Yusuf||20||Royal Antwerp||£3.1m||£7k||70||83|
|Cristian Medina||19||Boca Juniors||£3.3m||£4k||70||83|
|Junior Dina Ebimbe||20||PSG||£4.3m||£28k||72||80|
If the budget allows, look to bring in better full-backs too, as they will provide the attacking width to the side. With McCallum leaving at the end of the season, a left-sided one would be better to get in.
|Luca Netz||18||Borussia Monchengladbach||£2.9m||£3k||69||85|
|Hugo Siquet||18||Standard Liege||£3m||£2k||70||84|
|Viktor Korniienko||22||Shakhtar Donetsk||£3.4m||£430||71||82|
There are no critical or high priority expectations, so it should be quite an easy season to keep the board happy.
Youth Development is of medium priority, and with such a small budget should definitely be focussed on to develop the side.
Financial is also of medium priority, looking to increase your club worth.
Brand Exposure and Domestic Success are both of low priority, but you should definitely be looking to get promoted as soon as possible.
You aren't in European competitions, so Continental Success is a very low priority, as there is nothing to be fought for!
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