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Lucky to escape relegation last season, QPR will be on the way to the Championship sooner rather than later.
Not even Harry Redknapp could rescue the mess that is Queens Park Rangers Football Club.
Everyone understands chairman Tony Fernandes is a nice man and credit to him—he's invested heavily.
But a decent return on that money will never be seen again as the R's look certainties for relegation way before the final game of the season.
Mark Hughes started off the crazy spending last year, but the purchases and wages have only become more ridiculous with Redknapp entering the fray.
QPR's model will be used for many years to come. You cannot buy individuals and expect a team.
That takes time, energy and respect amongst peers—none of which QPR possesses.
Relegation could be confirmed as early as next week if they lose at Reading, and you can expect the club exodus not long after that.
Fernandes' resignation will be the first on the table, and don't be surprised if Mr. Redknapp jumps ship soon after.
Players such as Christopher Samba, Jermain Jenas, Bobby Zamora, Loic Remy and Adel Taarabt will surely follow, leaving someone to pick up the broken pieces and mount a new EPL challenge from the depths of the Championship.
The last people to spend crazy money and get relegated were Leeds United, and we all know what happened to them.
QPR should beware, because this time next season they could find themselves in League One if the same errors are repeated again.