Bermudian Attends Nahki Wells QPR Debut In UK

August 25, 2018 | 1 Comment

Nahki Wells made his debut for Queens Park Rangers today [Aug 25] and he wasn’t the only Bermudian at the game, as Cleon Scotland — who lives in South London — went to the match to support his fellow Bermudian.

This marks the second time Mr Scotland has seen Wells in action in England, having watched him score for Huddersfield Town at Fulham two years ago.

Quick video Mr Scotland filmed showing Wells [wearing shirt #32] walking out today

Mr Scotland told Bernews, “Nahki acknowledged me with a raised fist during the warmup which was nice to see. He looked very fit and had a look of determination on his face. He worked hard and contributed to the overall 1-0 winning effort.”

“Last night I watched Delray Rawlins on Sky Sports make 42 for Sussex against Durham so I’ve really enjoyed the last 24 hours watching our boys. So pleased for them and others over here trying to establish themselves.”

Mr Scotland’s own son Marcus plays cricket for Surrey under-15s having just completed his third summer with the South London county.

Wells recently transferred from Burnley to Championship side Queens Park Rangers on a season-long loan, with QPR saying, “Nahki is proven, he scores goals. He’s scored goals at this level, he’s played in a team which has secured promotion so he’s someone who’s been there and done it. That’s exactly what we need.”

Wells started the match against Wigan, and played for almost the entire game, being substituted in the final minutes. Tomer Hemed, who also just signed with QPR and was also making his debut, scored the only goal of the game, which QPR won by a score of 1-0.

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  1. Pickled Tink says:

    Good to see him back on the field. Glad to see him away from Coach Sean Dyuche.

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