QPR boss vows to ‘sort it’ after defeat

Neil Warnock vowed to sort out QPR’s defence during the January transfer window after seeing his struggling team slump to defeat against Sunderland.

Rangers fought back from 2-0 down only for Wes Brown’s late header to snatch a victory for Martin O’Neill’s men.

The home side’s defending for all three goals they conceded underlined why signing a centre-back will be Warnock’s priority – and the R’s boss insisted he would act decisively.

“We were the better side and the goals we conceded were terrible,” he said.

“Two free headers. I thought Christmas was on Sunday but Sunderland must think it’s come early.

“I can’t believe we lost that game – but I know how we lost it. The fans can also see what we need and trust me to sort it, and I will sort it.

“It won’t take a lot of sorting, but I know what we need and I’m going to go out and get it.”

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