Chairman eyes Fulham game after QPR fall short again

Tony Fernandes was left hoping for a derby victory against Fulham after QPR again failed to win.

Rangers’ 2-2 draw at Wigan means they have now failed to win in 16 Premier League matches – a new record.

They face Fulham at Loftus Road next weekend in a match they desperately need three points from.

“Can’t fault the dedication and passion. Probably our longest streak of not losing. But we need wins. Had a chance. Bring on fulham,” Fernandes posted on Twitter.

Earlier in the day he tweeted: “Come you rangers. I hope we finally begin to show the potential. Nothing has gone right. Huge huge challenge.”

Other tweets

Chelsea defender David Luiz after the 3-1 win at Sunderland: “Keep looking forward for the first position in premierleague! Well done guys! Great support today!”

Chelsea’s Ryan Bertrand: “Happy to get a good win! Off to japan now!”

Brentford’s Harlee Dean after the dramatic 3-2 victory at home to MK Dons: “What a game! There the ones to play in. Great performances all round! This is our year. #Believe”

Bees chief executive Mark Devlin: “After that performance, surely we will sell out for the Stevenage game on December 22. #BrentfordFC #paywhatyoucan”

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