Tony Fernandes attends QPR training, sends message on Twitter

Queens Park Rangers got relegated from the Premier League to the Championship at the end of last season.

Queens Park Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes has taken to social networking site Twitter to express his delight at the hard work being put in by the players in training.

Fernandes is pleased to see Charlie Austin and Jamie Mackie working hard in training in order to recover from their injuries.

The QPR chairman has also suggested that he believes that the team will get promoted back to the Premier League at the end of the season.


Harlington looking good. Boys working hard. Let's see. I do believe. But results speak. Going up is the world for me.

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Rangers finished in the bottom three of the Premier League last season and suffered relegation to the Championship.

QPR are not doing exactly great at the moment, but they are very much in the running for a top-six finish in the league table this campaign.

Chris Ramsey’s side are 11th in the Championship table at the moment with 15 points from 10 matches, just three points behind sixth-place Burnley.

Rangers will face Birmingham City away from home at St. Andrew’s in the league on Saturday afternoon.


Good to see Charlie and the boys. Charlie working hard to play again.

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Jamie Mackie a bit longer than Charlie but how good is it to have him around. Life of the party

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