QPR fans unimpressed on Twitter as Fernandes offers to change club's badge

The Queens Park Rangers chairman took to social media on Wednesday night.

Tony Fernandes took to Twitter with a message of positivity on Wednesday night, as he once again reflected on a 'very frustrating' season.

It's almost as though the QPR chairman's social media account has become a broken record now, with Fernandes looking back at missed opportunities but yet again reassuring supporters that he will remain positive.

Interestingly, however, the R's supremo appeared to offer a very clear hint that he is accepting the probability of relegation.

Fernandes tweeted that QPR can still get out of their troubled situation but suggested that he is looking ahead 'whatever,' perhaps entailing 'whatever happens i.e relegation.'

That may be reading too much into the chairman's words, of course, but something he most definitely did mean was his offer to look at changing the club's badge if need be.

Now, there has clearly been criticism for the current logo - hence Fernandes's response. But looking into QPR's logo... really?

There was some positive discussion on the topic in response to the R's chairman but a number of fans took a sensible approach and respectfully offered Fernandes their opinion that there are quite clearly more important things on the agenda for the west London side...

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