Player Rating - 15. Nedum Onuoha
Nedum Onuoha has worked his way across the back four during his time at QPR - Mark Hughes preferred the former Manchester City man at full-back, whereas Harry Redknapp reinstated the defender to a more central berth.
His performances were erratic and inconsistent - one game he would prove himself to be a capable defender, doing simple things effectively and dealing with issues with confidence - the next week Nedum would resemble Bambi on ice as he struggled with pace and power.
He started to achieve a little more consistency at the heart of the defence alongside Clint Hill at the back end of the season, and this could feasibly be a partnership worth building on in the Championship should Christopher Samba be sold.
Wherever he has been, Nedum has always been a bit-part player, filling in where required - it will be interesting to see how he copes with a full season in the rigours of the Championship.
1. Rob Green
2. Samba Diakité
3. Armand Traoré
4. Shaun Derry
5. Anton Ferdinand
5. Christopher Samba
6. Clint Hill
7. Park Ji Sung
9. Djibril Cissé
10. Adel Taarabt
11. Shaun Wright-Phillips
12. Jamie Mackie
14. Esteban Granero
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