Following this weekends / seasons poor results, it seems to me the easy option is to get rid of Holloway, and replace with.............who?,however surely the real issues with QPR at the moment / last few years are the Board and the consistently poor decisions they have made. When Fernandes took charge we expected better than Fabio and his cronies, but.... 8 years on ,we are worse off than we were back then. The club is in debt due to the Boards poor decisions. FFP is totally the responsibility of the Board for sanctioning the signings and salaries managers & players wanted. Any Manager worth is salt is always going to ask for better players, Tony and the board said get them with no thought to the long term he even offered Samba to Redknapp! where was the thinking in signing a £13m player if we were to go down, which we did!. We have been promised new Training Grounds, Stadiums and the vision to get back to the Premier league, as far as i can see all these false promises just heighten expectation and leave genuine fans with disappointment. Had the club been run better over the last 6 years with more control over the financial side we would not be where we are now. The best solution is for the club to be sold for £1. Then the new owners can invest to reduce debt, allowing the existing / new Manager funds or get players in, not just youngsters but we need seasoned experienced players in the side, much like Ray Wilkins when he was here, he controlled and gelled the side together back then, that's what we need, rather than knee jerk reactions changing players and Managers. Lets have a plan rather than the constant false hope and being told to keep the Faith! QPR will never be able to challenge for playoff's or promotion whilst we have the consistent poor decisions and lack of genuine leadership in place now. Nothing will change under the current leadership, our club is poorly run with people who have no knowledge or experience of running a football club, get rid and put in place people who know what they are doing with genuine goals and realistic expectations. We will be League 1 or 2 if the way things are now stay, maybe not this season but within the next 2-3.