The Queens Park Rangers icon took to social media - although he doesn't disagree that the R's man isn't doing a good job...
Indeed, the former R's forward initially vented his frustration on December 30th 2015 but reiterated his feelings on New Year's Day, suggesting some supporters need to 'get a grip.'
>A disgraceful petition calling for LF sacking !! QPR fans need to get a grip ... https://t.co/zXXB51ByXx— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) January 1, 2016
However, Marsh isn't denying the fact there are some flaws with Ferdinand's leadership at QPR. He is quite possibly admitting his failings, in fact, but says questioning Ferdinand's loyalty is a 'disgrace.'
You can say Les Ferdinand is incompetent or inadequate but to start a sacking petition based on his disloyalty to #QPR is a disgrace !!— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) December 30, 2015
Ultimately, it all comes down to Tony Fernandes once more. Ferdinand was a great striker in his day. But how does that make him a good head of football operations?
The title in itself has been laughed at by many. Even if we were to call Ferdinand a director at QPR, what is his track record in the role?
By that logic, any former QPR player could be employed as the main man behind transfers and hirings. So far, Ferdinand hasn't set the world alight - nor has anyone at Loftus Road in recent months.
But you can see Marsh's point. Loyalty certainly isn't a problem. Recruiting someone who isn't suited for their role is.