The Queens Park Rangers icon is unimpressed by the state of affairs at Loftus Road.
Indeed, it's clear there is no plan - and former forward Rodney Marsh has constantly pointed as much out on Twitter.
And Marsh stuck the boot into the R's once again on social media on Friday afternoon, with the latest news from the capital coming from the Daily Mirror, who report that QPR will hire Neil Warnock as full-time manager until the end of the season.
QPR's plan beginning to take shape nicely over the past month ......— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) November 27, 2015
Ultimately, while Warnock will prove a popular appointment among fans if he does get the job, re-appointing a man QPR were forced to sack in the past shows what Fernandes' reign is all about.
There is no plan, no creativity and no nous. Marsh is right. And anyone perhaps getting tired of Marsh's criticism should really be tired only of QPR's decision making itself.
The R's face Leeds United this weekend in the Championship - Warnock's former side. The QPR caretaker boss may well get his side going but, in the long term, where is the west London club going under Fernandes?