Bottom of the table, no wins in six, and out of the League Cup. It hasn't been an idea start to the season for QPR.
Especially so as players were signed from Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United, clubs who are used to success. Ambitious QPR aim to follow them.
Mark Hughes is a man under pressure, before the game odds on his sacking had been slashed from 10/1 to 4/1. Bookies are racing to cut them even further this morning after their 2-1 home defeat to West Ham.
Players, manager, and some fans are urging for a 'time to gel', but as we mentioned yesterday, the Premier League is unforgiving, and the buzz a new manager can bring in can often transform results. But this is something Tony Fernandes tried last season with Hughes, which has so far yielded mixed results.
But when out of work Harry Redknapp is waiting in the wings, can the owner resist the temptation not to fire and hire?
Redknapp has gone from England manager in waiting to being out of work, after Tottenham dispatched him in favour of gambling on Andre Villas-Boas.
It should be remembered that 'Arry took over Spurs in a similar position, they were also stuck on two points when he took over in the Autumn of 2008 after a similarly terrible start under Juande Ramos.
However his management style is divisive among supporters, who question his tactical nous if not his man management skills. Nevertheless his energy and motivational skills could be just what this current QPR crop need right now.
So do fans want it to happen? Here are a selection of Tweets on the subject from supporters after last night's defeat.
@iamtheweeman: Harry Redknapp would get the best out of Hoilett and Taraabt.
@mjtaylor76: Appears to be mumblings on twitter about Harry Redknapp taking over at
#QPR How much would that cost us? I'm in!
@chrisharris1981: redknapp and a couple decent defenders please
@georgepenistone: I don't want Redknapp anywhere near our club.
Mixed views, where do you stand?
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