Upset QPR owner Fernandes sends Twitter message after Hammers loss

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QPR owner Tony Fernandes was disappointed with yet another loss.

QPR owner Tony Fernandes sent a message summing up his feelings on the club after their 2-0 loss to West Ham.

Four words were enough to let his 800,000 plus Twitter followers know exactly how he felt.

The result leaves QPR bottom of the table with four points, and without a victory in their last four games.

Most worryingly, they have scored only four Premier League goals all season, drawing another blank against the Hammers.

Whether Fernandes will take action is unclear. Harry Redknapp is an experienced manager who he turned to once before when his side was in a similar situation, and he must give him time to put it right.

However knowing Redknapp's character, that will surely mean January deals and investment, and Fernandes will have to learn the lessons of two seasons ago.

Redknapp is 10/1 to be the next manager fired, third favourite behind Newcastle's Alan Pardew and West Brom's Alan Irvine.

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