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  • Ferdinand just do one to Newcastle

    Sooner this t*** goes the better .
    Last edited by MYU; 30-06-2020, 06:14 AM. Reason: Changed heading

  • #2
    Originally posted by QPRDave View Post
    Sooner this t*** goes the better .
    I agree stealing a wage use the money elsewhere.

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    • #3
      Our club can only really afford 2k wages a week, we need a bigger ground to compete.

      Nothing will change until we can generate income. We need a ground which can hold other venues such as events and parking so we can generate additional income.

      We can make all the changes we want from owner to ball boy, nothing will change until we get a new ground.

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      • #4
        Been saying this for the last 3 years about our so called DOF ,

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        • #5
          This club is going backwards rapidly under Les Ferdinand
          Under Les Ferdinand:
          Luke Freeman, top assists in the league: 4million
          Alex Smithies, great goalie for this club: 3,5million
          Charlie Austin, 19 Premier League goals: 4million
          Jack Robinson: Contract ran out, left for free
          And many more mistakes

          LES FERDINAND, IT'S TIME TO GO

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          • #6
            You lot are like kids, defeat & then blame Les, him & Hoos are keeping this club going

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jeffqpr View Post
              You lot are like kids, defeat & then blame Les, him & Hoos are keeping this club going
              Absolutely - how the last 2 games can be seen as Ferdinand's fault is beyond me.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jeffqpr View Post
                You lot are like kids, defeat & then blame Les, him & Hoos are keeping this club going
                Some of you need to understand that our owners have money and willing to spend as there have shown in the past, the problem is we have to stay within the clubs budget. The only real way we'll be able to afford more is by getting a bigger ground.

                As a club, we have a wage cap that we must stick too, if not then the club will be breaking the FFP rules. If we offer a player X amount and he refuses then there is nothing the club can do.

                Hall was offered a new contract and declined it, so have many other players. It has nothing to do with any staff or board member.

                This club has been searching for a new ground for at least 30 years, it's not easy.

                Sometimes no one wants the player and he doesn't want to stay, you have to take what's given, better than losing him on the free and sometimes we have no choice.

                In the past the club has tried to offer more wages to make the players stay, the players end up not wanting to play and refuse to leave.

                Club can't win no matter what they do.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MYU View Post

                  Some of you need to understand that our owners have money and willing to spend as there have shown in the past, the problem is we have to stay within the clubs budget. The only real way we'll be able to afford more is by getting a bigger ground.

                  As a club, we have a wage cap that we must stick too, if not then the club will be breaking the FFP rules. If we offer a player X amount and he refuses then there is nothing the club can do.

                  Hall was offered a new contract and declined it, so have many other players. It has nothing to do with any staff or board member.

                  This club has been searching for a new ground for at least 30 years, it's not easy.

                  Sometimes no one wants the player and he doesn't want to stay, you have to take what's given, better than losing him on the free and sometimes we have no choice.

                  In the past the club has tried to offer more wages to make the players stay, the players end up not wanting to play and refuse to leave.

                  Club can't win no matter what they do.
                  I agree with most of your points, however we’ve faded about re ground for way to long as fans we with accept ffp or if we can’t stay W12 tell the council to help or we go elsewhere, Brentford sorted it excuse can only be tolerated for so long. Ffp needs addressed now we have Covid

                  the squad looks lost and honestly I think warbs is a walking p45 with this squad but it’s not all his fault he accepted the challenge and it’s a tough one

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dave58 View Post
                    Been saying this for the last 3 years about our so called DOF ,
                    Running the club into the lower reaches of football.
                    Can't get full value for players. More concerned with politics than our club.
                    And tbh been hankering for a return to his greatest love, and was openly inviting them to take our player and him, so just go.
                    Embarrassing the the club, degraded the hoops
                    ​​

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by MYU View Post

                      Some of you need to understand that our owners have money and willing to spend as there have shown in the past, the problem is we have to stay within the clubs budget. The only real way we'll be able to afford more is by getting a bigger ground.

                      As a club, we have a wage cap that we must stick too, if not then the club will be breaking the FFP rules. If we offer a player X amount and he refuses then there is nothing the club can do.

                      Hall was offered a new contract and declined it, so have many other players. It has nothing to do with any staff or board member.

                      This club has been searching for a new ground for at least 30 years, it's not easy.

                      Sometimes no one wants the player and he doesn't want to stay, you have to take what's given, better than losing him on the free and sometimes we have no choice.

                      In the past the club has tried to offer more wages to make the players stay, the players end up not wanting to play and refuse to leave.

                      Club can't win no matter what they do.
                      They don't have money.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MYU View Post

                        Some of you need to understand that our owners have money and willing to spend as there have shown in the past, the problem is we have to stay within the clubs budget. The only real way we'll be able to afford more is by getting a bigger ground.

                        As a club, we have a wage cap that we must stick too, if not then the club will be breaking the FFP rules. If we offer a player X amount and he refuses then there is nothing the club can do.

                        Hall was offered a new contract and declined it, so have many other players. It has nothing to do with any staff or board member.

                        This club has been searching for a new ground for at least 30 years, it's not easy.

                        Sometimes no one wants the player and he doesn't want to stay, you have to take what's given, better than losing him on the free and sometimes we have no choice.

                        In the past the club has tried to offer more wages to make the players stay, the players end up not wanting to play and refuse to leave.

                        Club can't win no matter what they do.
                        They could lose his wage.
                        pissed off with his crawling to Newcastle and Spurs.
                        Disrespectful.
                        We're obviously just a tin pot club to Ferdinand.
                        Uses us for his own gain

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                        • #13
                          Dave stop it now you're getting v silly. Sir les is probably as frustrated as all of us. As a player he was world class and it must be hard for him to see players turn out performances he wouldn't even of he had 1 leg. Have respect because it's definitely not his fault
                          I played sunday league football today.

                          Clearly I was the best player on the pitch.

                          I scored 5 and made 7 last ditch tackles.

                          We lost 5-0 but the rest of my team were sh it!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by QPRDave View Post

                            Running the club into the lower reaches of football.
                            Can't get full value for players. More concerned with politics than our club.
                            And tbh been hankering for a return to his greatest love, and was openly inviting them to take our player and him, so just go.
                            Embarrassing the the club, degraded the hoops
                            ​​
                            For Christ sake Dave, Les ain’t going nowhere & that’s good news, has not going to Newcastle or join FA committee, he has things to finish here he said & hope he does, Are you a QPR fan Dave?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by qpr View Post
                              This club is going backwards rapidly under Les Ferdinand
                              It went downhill after he left for Newcastle in 1995 and then when finally back on the up he returned 19 years later as advisor/dof and the club went downhill again.

                              I agree that the club need a new ground but that can't be used as an excuse. Bournemouth have spent 5 seasons in the premiership in a smaller stadium. Then take a look at Brentford. No need to point out the positives there.

                              is it all LE's fault? No. But he has not been without blame for the state the club is in.

                              Had he made better decisions and managerial appointments QPR might still be in the Premiership. I won't repeat what I think those could have been.

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