Jack Clarke made his full debut for new club QPR on Friday night and the home fans weren’t at all impressed with what they saw.

QPR ended up crashing out of the FA Cup 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday, with Nahki Wells getting a consolation goal deep in injury time.

After making his first appearance for QPR off the bench last Saturday, ironically against Leeds, Clarke made his full debut last night but was hooked off after 66 minutes.

One QPR fan said Clarke “doesn’t seem to do the basics at all… has shown no effort.”

Another said QPR should send him back to parent club Tottenham.

That seems harsh after just two games but Clarke has really struggled to re-discover his form after a blistering start to his Leeds first-team career last season.

He collapsed during the game against Middlesbrough and has never been the same player since. He was hardly given any game time for Leeds this season.

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Some Leeds fans were very dismissive of Clarke when he left the club in January, taking exception at some comments in the first interview he gave for QPR.

We’re not in that camp and we’d love to see Clarke hit his potential – as long as it’s not against us.

Clarke might have made some mistakes but he’s only 19-years-old. How many of us can say we didn’t do a few stupid things at that age?

However, Clarke is already playing catch-up with these QPR fans and he’ll need to start producing soon.

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