QPR owner Tony Fernandes: 'I'll quit club when fans want me to go'

Queens Park Rangers' Malaysian chairman Tony Fernandes taken on December 15, 2012
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Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes reveals that he will quit the club when the fans call for him to step down.

Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes has admitted that he will step away from the Premier League club when the fans want him out.

The 50-year-old, who sold the Caterham Formula 1 team back in July, recently had to apologise to the fans following the public dispute between manager Harry Redknapp and Adel Taarabt.

The R's are also rooted to the bottom of the league table after just one win in eight, but showed signs of promise in their recent 3-2 defeat to Liverpool at Loftus Road.

On Sunday night Fernandes wrote on Twitter: "When qpr fans want me to go due to my poor decision making I will go. full stop.

"I stand by we have great players. need less politics and get behind harry and players. all players should be unified. Liverpool showed what we [are] made of.

"A good leader knows when to go. time for me to leave at caterham f1. love qpr and AirAsia but there will come a time and staff and fans dictate that."

QPR will host Aston Villa at Loftus Road this evening.

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