The Queens Park Rangers owner has taken to social media once again.
The Malaysian has gone on to suggest there are 'limitations' in place at Loftus Road and that everyone at the club are 'disappointed' but staying positive.
We have backed every manager . Neil mark Harry and Chris. We are working hard on trainning ground and new academy. Got good academy staff— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) January 7, 2016
Frustrating to see some of the comments. We all all disappointed but we keep being positive. There are limits to everything— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) January 7, 2016
It's bizarre for any chairman to react to fan frustration... with his own frustration.
But are QPR supporters being a little unfair at the moment? The R's haven't won in six but, if Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is the right man for the job, they will soon pick up.
Promotion this season would surely only end in disaster next, anyway, so would the west London side be better off staying in the Championship this term?
Certainly, at this rate, QPR will be far closer to relegation than promotion, while the hierarchy are clearly to blame for poor recruitment and the situation the club find themselves in now. Is it a matter of patience required at Loftus Road - or a downhill spiral that shows no sign of slowing down?