Julio Cesar bemoans QPR bad luck
Speaking ahead of his side's 1-0 defeat to Arsenal on Saturday afternoon, QPR keeper Julio Cesar bemoaned the misfortune that has seen his side pick up just two points so far this season.
Julio Cesar, 33, joined the Superhoops from Inter Milan this summer and has impressed with a string of top performances, but has seen his side regularly play well in defeat since he came into the side.
“But I’m not sorry about my choice to join QPR. I just want to show the supporters the Julio Cesar who played well for Brazil and Inter Milan. This is my dream," he told The Sun.
“It’s incredible that still we do not have one league victory. I am convinced we are not a bad team but bad luck has touched us.”
The gloveman also revealed that the passion for football in England influenced his decision to join the Loftus Road side: "I love the atmosphere in the grounds, there is so much passion.
"The English fans suffer with their football just like any Brazilian or Argentinian. The sport is a religion here and that’s why I accepted the challenge to play here."