Last Updated: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 09:52
QPR chief Tony Fernandes has launched a broadside at Djibril Cisse after he was sent off for a second time for the club on Saturday.
The R's were brought crashing down to earth on Saturday after their great effort to fight back against Liverpool the previous Wednesday they were crushed 3-1 at Sunderland.
Their efforts were not helped by Cisse who was sent off for the second time in his short QPR career and now faces a four match ban. His dismissal left the chairman fuming and he said on Twitter: "This is the first time I am genuinely p***ed off. We have to bloody keep 11 players on the pitch.
"Boy, do we make it difficult. We have eight games left, four at home, which are winnable."
The first one of those games is on Saturday when they take on the Gunners at Loftus Road, Arsenal have won their last seven matches on the bounce.
"It is up to the players now ? we've done all we can. The manager can do nothing if players keep getting booked and sent off," he added.
"Mark is the right guy and has my support. Red cards are nothing to do with luck ? very frustrating."
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