QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has again taken to Twitter to back Harry Redknapp amid speculation about the manager’s future.
Rangers, clearly missing sidelined striker Charlie Austin, have lost four of their last six matches and appear to be all but out of the race for automatic promotion.
That has led to reports that Redknapp could leave Loftus Road, with the likes of former Chelsea star Gianfranco Zola among those touted as a possible replacement.
But Fernandes tweeted: “Nothing wrong with Harry. Team playing hard. Some defensive lapses. Need to tighten up. And of course score goals. Playing much better.”
He added: “Takes time to rebuild. May take years to get it right. There was little to build on. Give support to team. And hope for Charlie back.”
nothing wrong with Harry. Team playing hard. Some defensive lapses. Need to tighten up. And of course score goals. Playing much better
— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) March 13, 2014