All the latest Queens Park Rangers news including the fallout from the devastating 4-0 loss yesterday, Sunday.
Queens Park Rangers convincingly lost 4-0 to Manchester United at Old Trafford yesterday, but manager Harry Redknapp is unperturbed as he believes that, through the course of a "tough" season as a whole, his club will demonstrate that they will be "okay".
He said, as quoted by West London Sport: "For us I think it’s obviously going to be a tough season, but I still think we’ll be okay."
For one of Redknapp's summer signings the trip to the North-West was like a homecoming as Rio Ferdinand returned to his old stomping ground.
"We went to Old Trafford with a game plan to compete and to get a result, but it didn’t happen. A different result would have made it a perfect weekend all round but it wasn’t to be!" He wrote on his official website.
"As a team we will work hard during the week and try to repay your faith at home against Stoke on Saturday. Onwards and upwards!"
Karl Henry said the expectancy was "to lose".
“There’s a lot more pressure on those games," he explained. "When you come to these kind of grounds and play the top teams there’s no pressure on you.
"You’re expected to lose so you can give it everything and we’re disappointed that we didn’t give a good account of ourselves. We need to do more against the top sides in the league."
And finally, the "injury" suffered by Sandro was none other than cramp. Clint Hill, though, sustained a thigh strain.