Rangers have been relegated from the Premier League and will return to life in the Championship next season.
The London outfit recently appointed Chris Ramsey as their full-time head coach, and today it was announced that Lee Hoos will be the club’s new chief executive (as reported by Sporting Life).
Chairman Fernandes has now taken to Twitter to highlight the work that has been done in recent days and underlines how much more needs to be done.
With the appointment of Lee means senior team all done. Les Chris Lee Ruban and Perry . Lots to still do. Work continues— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) May 20, 2015
QPR got promoted from the Championship at the end of last season, and they will find it tough in the 2015-16 campaign.
The second tier of English football is hugely competitive, and given that a number of players are out of contract, Rangers will have to build a new team.