QPR’s 1-0 loss at Loftus Road at the weekend aptly summed up their season as a whole – disappointing. The R’s have been in freefall in 2019 and find themselves much further down the table than they surely want to be. The man who many feel is to blame for the Hoops’ gradual demise? Tony Fernandes.
The Malaysian owner is an unpopular figure in W12 and most fans would surely be glad to see the back of him, with their beloved club spiralling into all kinds of off-pitch difficulties; more recently, those struggles have been replicated on match day too.
Regardless of the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the club, the fans were able to suck it up and wish the owner, under whom their club has plunged, a happy birthday on Tuesday, right?
The indoor football skills in the video below have to be seen to be believed…
Below you can find the best of the reaction on Twitter from the Loftus Road faithful, who pulled no punches as they tore into Fernandes…
This won’t age well….bit like Tony’s time here
— Benbarcessat1987 (@Benbarcessat191) April 30, 2019
— Kelly (@Kelly_QPR) April 30, 2019
Sell up, it’s time to go
— lharco (@lharcoqpr) April 30, 2019
Won’t go to another game whilst he owns the club, ruining us
Premier league debt free to verge of league one fight ffp
— Craig Gray (@craigjgray) April 30, 2019
Give us all a present and sell the club
— Adam Wilcox (@WilcoxQPR) April 30, 2019
Maybe someone can get him a new club for his birthday
— ?????? ?-??? (@BertieALXNDR) April 30, 2019
This has to be a wind up….surely? Fraud from the day he bought the club. He deserves no mention and zero respect after what he’s put this club through. Charlatan.
— Nairda McNair (@QPR_Nairda) April 30, 2019
If ever there was an example of the club being out of touch with the fans it was posting this tweet, if ever there was an example that the club don’t care about the fans it was not deleting this tweet.
— Lee (@ArnoldStardust) April 30, 2019