The Queens Park Rangers icon has been discussing the west London club's owner once again.
Marsh has long since voiced his disapproval of the way the Loftus Road outfit are run and, on Sunday night, there appeared to be suggestions on Twitter that the Malaysian is finally looking to sell up.
However, the source is not an official one and may be completely false.
Marsh didn't turn down the opportunity to express how he felt about the potential news, though, and believes it would be a great move for QPR if Fernandes went.
Tony Fernandes to sell QPR ? If true great decision ....— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) November 8, 2015
When you consider Fernandes' strategy at Loftus Road, well, there isn't one.
It's all been about handing power to relatively big names in local football - Harry Redknapp being the biggest example. Now, the man QPR sacked when they were struggling in the Premier League, Neil Warnock, is back at the helm.
Les Ferdinand has also been entrusted with a huge amount of power and, so far, he hasn't proved a Messiah, just an ex-footballer trying to do the job of a director and not necessarily getting that far.
Chris Ramsey was the brainchild of both Ferdinand and Fernandes and his managerial tenure didn't last all that long.
So would it be a good idea for the owner to sell or is Marsh wrong about QPR?