19 Nov 2012 13:52

Former boss was shown exit door with Rangers 17th in the league ... now they are rock bottom, without a win and Mark Hughes is facing the chop

This is war: Neil Warnock has gone on the offensive after sacking This is war: Neil Warnock has gone on the offensive after sacking

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Former QPR boss Neil Warnock has hit out at the club that sacked him last January, telling them, "I bet you wish you still had me now"!

Warnock was shown the exit door after two years in charge with Rangers 17th in the Premier League.

He has since taken charge at Leeds and Mark Hughes, his successor at Loftus Road, looks set to be following him out of the club with Rangers sat at the foot of the table and still searching for a first win this season.

Warnock says he is upset that some of the blame for the team's current failures have been focused on his time in charge.

It's not my fault: Mark Hughes has placed some of the blame on Warnock

Julian Finney

 

He said: “You know how bitter I felt. There are quotes coming out sometimes from the current management and I don’t accept it.

“I hear they’re trying to get away from last year. I bet they wish they were in the position now that we were in last year [before Warnock's sacking].

“People should get their own house in order. We had a great squad and a great dressing room spirit and you’d probably have to look at that and think: ‘Have they got one now?’”

QPR owner Tony Fernandes is understood to be flying to London this week to determine Hughes's future.

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