Clint Hill says QPR’s players will not hold it against Neil Warnock if their former boss signs El Hadji Diouf for Leeds United.
Hill and his team-mates accused Diouf, who was then a Blackburn player, of shouting abuse at Jamie Mackie as the R’s forward lay injured after suffering a broken leg in an FA Cup tie at Ewood Park last year.
Ex-Rangers manager Warnock labelled Diouf “worse than a sewer rat” after the game but is now believed to be interested in taking him to Elland Road.
Hill, who played under Warnock at both QPR and Crystal Palace, told West London Sport: “If he does sign him there’ll obviously be reasons for it. We won’t hold it against him.
“Jamie’s very close to us and what happened up at Blackburn was such a bad experience, and as a group we were really annoyed.
“But it’s not for me to judge who Neil Warnock signs. If that’s the route he decides to go down then fair enough.”
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