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Mr Elmo

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Please welcome QPR as they pass through our league. This will be a short stay as they pass through to the conference. Please wish them well on their adventure down the football pyramid, I'm sure they'll enjoy it.

Now for some background on this apparently stable club, according to accounts 10 years ago.

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Here is the man of the moment, a Mr Fernandes. This guy is the master of the financial side to QPR, but when he checks his wage Bill come this summer he may do a runner. Just look at that face, the face of mercy.

This may leave the players relatively pissed off as they can't pick up wages they deserve every penny of, including non other than this influential person.

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The person who has so much influence, he helps his team to a 6-0 loss when fighting to stay in the league. Nobody can doubt this person is a legend in the books of QPR and he will probably not cry himself to sleep if Mr Fernandes leaves. He can easily move somewhere else to motivate another team to 6-0 losses while picking up huge pay.

Another person who will inevitably leave will be this person.
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Now according to a Redknapp this person is a top top lad, 'triffic footballer too. The love child of Redknapp is here, but not for long. He eagerly waits for when Harry will get another job, so he can move to his 16937th club of his career.

This is just a few people of the amazing background of QPR who will soon be leaving them. I'm sure everyone will be extremely sad, I know I won't be.
 

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Bet they're looking forward to their London derby with Boreham Wood next season , seeing as they won't be allowed in the league and all:box:
 

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The FA don't have enough backbone to do anything of the sort - but it would be incredibly funny.
 
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Like JJH says, I really hope the Football League make an example out of QPR, but we all know in reality they'll get some pointless fine that is nothing more than pocket change to Mr Fernandes.
 

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I just wonder, because the Football league went public with the huge fine figure in September, wether they can't back down this time? If they do, it surely gives all clubs carte blanche to totally ignore FFP?
 

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They need to have the book thrown at them surely. They made it clear they weren't going to comply since they're billy big bollocks, and since they would be in the Premier League happily forever after they didn't need to and were going to ignore any consequences.
 

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I remember a QPR statement along the lines of "we don't need to pay a football league fine because we are not in the football league" which was followed by a brief FL retort to the tune of "QPR won't be in the Premiership forever".

I thought that was brilliant at the time, now let's see it backed up.
 

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I can't see them not being allowed in the Football League, despite the threats about that made. A big fine and maybe a points deduction is much more likely.
 

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They will be fine, they're not called Leeds United.
 

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The FA don't have the balls to dish out too severe a punishment.

They'll probably give Tony Fernandes 100 lines of 'I must not break FFP rules'.
 

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Another cracking away day added to the calendar for next season, superb.
 

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They don't deserve their place in the FL, they are an abomination.
 

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They don't deserve their place in the FL, they are an abomination.
You say that, but if they aren't allowed to compete in the Championship it might open the door for us to stay up. Reckon that might swing the FA's decision for them!
 

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