A Step Closer To Relegation?

Gavin DyerCorrespondent IFebruary 13, 2010

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 19:  Mick Harford of QPR checks the time during the Coca Cola Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Sheffield United at Loftus Road Stadium on December 19, 2009 in London, England.  (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)
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Chairman, Board and Management of Queens Park Rangers, surely now can you not see that time is running out for the season?

To start the season as favourites for promotion, to see managerial change follow managerial change, the sale of good players and interference from the principal owner of the club has led to a bobsleigh type slide towards the relegation zone. But do we see any signs of concern or real interest to stop this slide? It appears not, but for the many fans who go week in and out all weathers then surely you owe it to them to stop the rot.

Maybe legal action under the Trades Description Act should be started as people pay good money to see football and to be entertained. At present this is not being given so how about a refund?

Fans who attend every week, instead of protesting outside the ground after the game, why not organise a mass walk-out on the 60 minute mark to show your disgust? The sight of nearly all the home fans walking out on the game will get more publicity as a protest sign than any other means. Good organisation and word given to the media about this event going to take place will truly highlight the predicament that is now ailing the club.