Apparently QPR fans should be delighted that Tony Fernandes has twattered that he will stay on as Chairman if the club are relegated. Personally, I don't see why that would be a cause for celebration. Let's face it, what choice would he have? The value of his investment would plummet and there would only be two ways of recovering his money: either asset stripping, or getting the Hoops back into the Prem before he sells.
So, rather than be delighted, the Rs should be concerned that their Chairman is making noises about going down. I'm sure Hughes doesn't want to hear Fernandes talking about relegation on the back of one bad defeat. QPR are still two places above the drop zone for pity's sake, and Blackburn and Wigan are both playing like drains. It's true that Bolton and Wolves are putting up a bit of a fight, but after signing Cisse and Zamora, not to mention the others, the Hoops should have enough to stay up - even with Anton and Nedum paired together in the centre of the defence.
The next two games against Blackburn and Fulham are huge. Everybody at the club needs to be focused on staying up so Fernandes is not helping by twattering about going down. Who knows, perhaps Joey will hit his keypad and put him right over the next 24 hours!