Fernandes urges fans to stay calm after QPR fall short again

Chairman Tony Fernandes reacted to QPR’s disappointing draw with fellow strugglers Reading by again insisting they will come good.

Djibril Cisse’s equaliser lifted Rangers off the bottom of the table, although they are still without a league win this season.

“A game of 2 halves. Players getting used to premier league and different type of teams,” Fernandes tweeted.

“Keep calm we will come good. Plenty of time. Many opps to win the game. I’m calm. Won’t please everyone. But as I keep saying stability is key.”

Meanwhile, R’s midfielder Alejandro Faurlin made his frustration clear after the game at Loftus Road.

Faurlin, who has been left out of the side of late, simply tweeted: “Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.”

He added: “Zzzz frustration I feel sorry for the team after that performance!! This is no about faurlin granero o Tarabt this is about team and qpr….

“No individuals!I’m heate to be on the bench!! I wanna play every single minute!! But we turn this together!! Every single one!!keep fighting.”

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