Tony Fernandes is eager for supporters of Queens Park Rangers to get behind the team.
Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes has called upon the club's supporters to refrain from being "negative".
It is believed that the Malaysian businessman received a number of tweets after today's 1-1 draw with Everton from fans who were highly critical of the performance that Mark Hughes's side produced.
However, Fernandes has called upon everybody connected with the club to pull in the same direction.
"Stop wasting your time and energy on negative tweets," he wrote on Twitter. "QPR needs time and stability. We have great squad, great manager [and a] great ceo. Takes time and a bit of luck."
Today's result was not enough to lift the R's off of the bottom of the Premier League table.
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