Queens Park Rangers

What Is This Man Doing?

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 30:  Flavio Briatore of QPR looks on before kick off in the Coca-Cola Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Scunthorpe United at Loftus Road on January 30, 2010 in London, England.  (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images)
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Gavin DyerCorrespondent IFebruary 7, 2010

A week later, and Flavio is still not really interested in Queens Park Rangers.

More loan players bought in to strengthen the squad, but after following Saturday's away game against Peterborough - a team not normally known for it's footballing greatness - it seems that Rangers are still on a downward spiral into oblivion. The "fun" of owning a football team will soon wear off, Flavio and Bernie will get bored with this hobby and decide to run and sell?

The fans and other sponsors of the team deserve to get value for money each week. A good start to the season has gone disasterously wrong and QPR are now in what seems to be a free-fall slide in to the relegation battle. 

Action is needed now by the board to appoint a manager, to give cohesion and stability to a team where morale must be sliding each week.

Please act now before the reality of playing Division 1 football next season is not a concern but an actuality. 

 

 

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