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The former Rangers and now Leeds United manager believes that the amount of foreign signings made by Mark Hughes has had an adverse effect in the dressing room at Loftus Road

Leeds United and ex-QPR manager Neil Warnock claims that his former club has lost it's soul with the recruitment of too many foreign players over the summer.

Current Rangers boss Mark Hughes made 11 signings in the summer, with Rob Green and Andy Johnson the only two Englishmen to join the club. 

Only Anton Ferdinand carried the English flag in the starting lineup for last week's 1-0 defeat at Stoke, to later be joined by Bobby Zamora.

"I felt three or four sensible signings would have been sufficient to add to [the team I left]," Warnock told Talksport.

"Obviously I would have gone English to get that dressing room [together], I thought it was a great dressing room.

"They've got so many good players. It's alright having good players but you've got to get them gelling and that's not possible at the moment.

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"I suppose Mark [Hughes] has been used to foreign players and with the agents involved it's easier to bring in foreign players but felling them is a little bit more difficult, no matter how good they are."

The Leeds United boss feels that although the current form of his ex-club is a worry, Hughes will remain in charge for the time being.

"The results haven't been good enough and they've got to turn it around because it would be a worry with the wage bill what it is now to carry on the second half of the season like they have done the first.

"Tony [Fernandes] has appointed him so he's got to stick with him. He's been more than supportive of him."