Queens Park Rangers sacked Chris Ramsey yesterday evening.
Vine was not a supporter of Ramsey’s regime, and did not feel that he was the right man for the club, but the R’s decision to place Neil Warnock in temporary charge received particularly criticism from the 33-year-old.
Warnock was appointed in October in an advisory role to help Ramsey, but his position has quickly been upgraded, and Vine was critical of the decision.
I had no inkling Ramsay was going to lose his job at all..Honestly,I don't think he should ever have got it but...— Rowan Vine (@rowanvine) November 4, 2015
It looks like an absolute shambles again from the outside..The messiah is there so it will be fine..— Rowan Vine (@rowanvine) November 4, 2015
doesn't really concern me but my opinion is it stinks https://t.co/cmyAw8CHlY— Rowan Vine (@rowanvine) November 4, 2015
wrong man for me when he got the job,so not surprised..record is terrible https://t.co/NWBPQJl3kz— Rowan Vine (@rowanvine) November 4, 2015
a coach is a coach....a manager is a manager...ive heard he is a decent coach...seems a poor manager https://t.co/5FBQqb4NKH— Rowan Vine (@rowanvine) November 4, 2015
Vine played for QPR between 2008 and 2012, making 51 appearances for the club, and he is still fond of his former employers.
The R’s have sacked Ramsey after a poor run of form, which has left them sitting in 13th place in the Championship table.
QPR have leaked goals consistently over the campaign so far, and a 1-0 defeat to Derby County on Tuesday night proved to be costly for Ramsey.
Warnock’s first game in charge of QPR comes against Preston North End at the weekend, where the side will be looking to bounce back from two consecutive losses.