QPR boss Redknapp draws line under Bosingwa row

The 65-year-old revealed he has spoken to the defender, who refused to sit on the bench against Fulham in December, and stressed that they must "pull together" to beat the drop
Harry Redknapp has insisted that his feud with QPR defender Jose Bosingwa has been "closed" after talks between the pair.

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The former Chelsea full-back, signed on a free transfer in the summer after his deal at Stamford Bridge expired, has not featured for the Rs since he refused to sit on the bench against Fulham back in December.

The Portuguese defender was hit with a £130,000 fine for his actions before he apologised to the manager, with Redknapp indicating he was "disturbed" by the player's attitude.

However the ex-Tottenham boss has now revealed that the duo have held clear-the-air talks, and stated his intent to move on from the incident.

“I’ve had a chat with Jose and as far as I’m concerned the matter is closed," he told The Sun. "It’s time to draw a line and all pull together.”

The right-back may now be included in the Hoops' squad for the trip to Swansea on Saturday.

If so, the west Londoners will hope he can help continue their mini-revival, with the club having gone seven league games without losing as they look to edge closer to survival.