Rodney Marsh and Charlie Austin react on Twitter to Neil Warnock’s QPR return

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Neil Warnock is back at Queens Park Rangers in an advisory role.

Rodney Marsh has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to the return of Neil Warnock to Queens Park Rangers.

Warnock has been appointed as a first-team advisor and will work with QPR’s current head coach Chris Ramsey.

The 66-year-old was in charge of Rangers from March 2010 until January 2012, during which time he guided the London outfit to the Premier League.

QPR were playing in the top flight of English football club only last season, but they are now in the Championship.

The London outfit finished in the bottom three of the Premier League in the 2014-15 campaign and got relegated.

Former QPR forward Marsh appears to be bemused with the appointment of Warnock in his new role and has also mocked the club’s five-year plan.

QPR forward Charlie Austin, though, appear to be happy with Warnock’s return and is looking forward to working with him when he recovers from his injury.

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