QPR chairman Fernandes issues rallying cry to players

After speaking with manager, Harry Redknapp, the Hoops supremo has taken to Twitter to show his belief in their players ahead of they continue to scrap for survival
QPR chairman Tony has insisted that he believes his side have the ability to escape relegation from the Premier League this season.

The Hoops remain bottom of the table with seven points, but have improved under Harry Redknapp, taking three points from their last three games.

With eight points separating them from safety, Fernandes has attempted to inspire his players to get the club out of this 'mess' for a second time.

Fernandes tweeted: "Long chat with Harry. Lots to do. But we will give 150 percent. Got to believe. If players play to their potential every week we got to believe we can get out of this mess."
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Fernandes also tweeted after Saturday's 2-2 draw with Wigan saying: "3 wins before the FA cup and we are in the same position we were last year. Can be done. Keep believing."

The Rs take on Fulham, Newcastle, and West Brom in the coming weeks, as they search for a first league win of the campaign.