Marsh tweeted continually during QPR's lacklustre performance and subsequent loss to Manchester City and slammed the 'ridiculously poor' players out on the turf.
Their ills, however, do not implicate boss Ramsey, Marsh said on Twitter during the game:
This is nothing to do with Chris Ramsey. Ridiculously poor group of footballers!!!— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) May 10, 2015
Ramsey inherited a struggling side and looked to have reinvigorate the R's a few weeks ago, finding an away win at West Brom before holding Aston Villa to a draw and narrowly losing to Chelsea.
I feel sorry for Chris Ramsey and @tonyfernandes. This shambles isn't their fault. We know whose it is.— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) May 10, 2015
It may be questionable not to blame owner Fernandes, of course, who holds ultimate responsibility for everything that goes wrong at the club - but the implication is that Harry Redknapp is to blame.
Keys' previous ventures onto social media suggest he blames the former QPR boss for the state he left the team in - and the way in which he left them.
What a shame for the west London side, meanwhile, that Manchester City - the scene of their great escape in 2012 - is where they have been condemned to relegation this time around.