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Djibril Cisse Hits Breaking Point in Twitter Outburst at Fans

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 17:  Djibril Cisse of QPR reacts after a missed chance during the Barclays Premier League match between Queens Park Rangers and Southampton at Loftus Road on November 17, 2012 in London, England.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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Oliver WilsonContributor IIINovember 19, 2012

Queens Park Rangers' Djibril Cisse has lashed out at his club's own fans today via Twitter after being heckled for his poor performance against Southampton this weekend.

The Daily Telegraph reported on Monday that the French striker invited a fan to the club's training ground to talk "face-to-face" after the fan claimed that the striker "couldn't hit a cow's a*** with a banjo", following a 3-1 loss at Loftus Road on Saturday to fellow stragglers Southampton.

Cisse, who has scored just once in his 11 league appearances this season, responded by tweeting the address of Rangers' training ground after telling the fan: "when u feel like talking to me face to face just come. monday tuesday thirsday [sic] or friday.”

QPR are still without a win in the Premier League and have netted just nine goals in their 12 fixtures so far this season.

The loss to Southampton sees them sat four points adrift of anyone at the foot of the league table, and many feel that manager Mark Hughes is living on borrowed time, even if the manager himself is apparently confident of holding his position at the club.

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