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Fernandes admits QPR season has been 'nothing short of a disaster'

Published on Dec 12, 2012 6:26 AM
 
Queens Park Rangers' chairman and Director of Air Aisa Tony Fernandes looks on from the dugout before the start of their English Premier League soccer match against Reading, at Loftus Road stadium, London, Sunday, Nov 4, 2012. -- PHOTO : AP 

LONDON (AFP) - Queens Park Rangers' Malaysian chairman Tony Fernandes conceded on Tuesday that his side's start to the Premier League season has been "nothing short of a disaster".

The London club are without a win in 16 matches and Saturday's 2-2 draw at Wigan Athletic saw them set a new record for the longest run of winless games at the beginning of a Premier League campaign.

Harry Redknapp's side host London rivals Fulham on Saturday and Fernandes has urged supporters to keep the faith ahead of the busy Christmas period.

"Holiday today in malaysia. Went early xmas shopping. But all I want is 3 points. Hehehehe," he said.

 
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