Rodney Marsh discusses QPR's five-year plan on Twitter, comments on Ramsey future

The former Queens Park Rangers forward has taken to social media once more following the 4-0 hammering at Fulham.

QPR icon Rodney Marsh feels the west London club's 'five-year plan' was 'nonsense.'

Indeed, the former forward has taken to Twitter once again in the aftermath of the Loftus Road outfit's disastrous 4-0 derby-defeat to Fulham on Friday night.

And Marsh feels chairman Tony Fernandes' five-year plan simply didn't exist, as QPR have bounced up and down so often over the last few years.

Fernandes has been unsurprisingly quiet on Twitter after the R's humiliating loss but Marsh has offered some advice on how the west London side can progress.

Indeed, he feels QPR need continuity and consistency - and, for now, that means sticking with manager Chris Ramsey.

The 70-year-old's reference to not panicking is clearly a reference to the manager's future, with many supporters suggesting he would be under pressure if the R's lost to Fulham.

They duly did and several fans are now beginning to question whether QPR should have appointed the inexperienced Ramsey in the first place.

After so much chopping and changing to no avail, though, Marsh feels the west London side need to stick with their current staff and system to get out of their current rut.

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