Rangers have been making the news for the past few days due to the wrong reasons.
Chris Ramsey was sacked as the QPR head coach last month, with Neil Warnock temporarily taking charge of the first team.
The London outfit’s results in the Championship have also been disappointing, and it does not look likely that they will finish in the top two this season.
QPR chairman Fernandes has taken to Twitter to assure the fans that he has the club’s best interests at heart.
Much has been said about QPR especially about myself and the owners. A lot of incorrect statements. Will be replying.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 9, 2015
No one wants to qpr to do well more than myself and the owners. It's sad some of the incorrect statements that's being said.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 9, 2015
Qpr fans should manage expectations. No club is more transparent than us. Lots and lots been done— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 9, 2015
QPR are 13th in the Championship table at the moment with 20 points from 16 matches.
Rangers are eight points behind sixth-place Birmingham City, and there is a danger that they could fail to make the playoffs.
The London club’s fans have responded to Fernandes’s tweets. Below are some of the best comments:
.@tonyfernandes Transparency? So Chris Ramsey appointed Neil Warnock? Yeah okay then whatever.— Steve S (@RuislipR) November 9, 2015
@tonyfernandes you're the one who changed them from "season of consolation" to "must push for promotion." We're not ready to go up...— Mr Watson (@MrRWatsonEsq) November 9, 2015