QPR chairman Tony Fernandes invariably wears his heart on his sleeve, with the Malaysian often quick to criticise - or back up - his players on Twitter.
Fernandes, the director of AirAsia, was in similarly vociferous mood today, after his QPR side slipped to a narrow 1-0 defeat at Chelsea that left them anchored in the Premier League relegation zone.
"I am still in shock," Fernandes Tweeted following the conclusion of the game, which Chelsea win with a Cesc Fabregas goal in the second half to move seven points clear of Arsenal at the top of the league.
I don't care about the result. We made Chelsea look ordinary and had the better chances. We will bounce back. Proud of everyone.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) April 12, 2015
Fernandes also said he "did not care about the result", which came despite QPR having been the better team for long parts of a scrappy game.
Qpr fans I could hear you all the way in Asia. Be there for the last 5 come what may. We are all in this together.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) April 12, 2015
The defeat was Rangers' first in three games under Chris Ramsey, following a 4-1 thumping of West Brom and a 3-3 draw away at Aston Villa on Monday night.
I am still in shock. We were the better side. But chin up 5 games to go. That result hardest to take. Fight all the way.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) April 12, 2015
QPR have been in trouble in recent weeks over a potential £50 million Financial Fair Play fine, after they were alleged to have breached Football League transfer regulations.Reuse content