The controversial Neil Warnock spoke out today about his sacking at QPR, pinning the blame on chairman Tony Fernandes. And West Ham. And Carlos Tevez. And the FA. And the Premier League. And the fans and players at QPR. Thats all, I think. But definitely not himself.
In his newspaper column for the Indefendable he wrote:
"I have to say I've been the victim in this sacking, I have done nothing wrong, I'm still a great manager and I blame the chairman Tony Fernandes. He's not even a QPR supporter! What's that all about? I think it's a conspiracy to get QPR relegated and his REAL team West Ham United promoted.
And Carlos Tevez. I haven't forgotten him. His shenanigans have disgraced the premier league, and took media attention away from the magnificent job I've done at Rangers under extremely difficult circumstances. And his agent. I hate him, Kia roobyknickers or whatever his name is.
The FA and the Premier League are in on it. They love West Ham and hate me. I have no idea why.
The squad I had at Loftus Road was not good enough. I was going to sign 15 new players in January before the P45 came. The fans let me down as well - sometimes they sang too much, other times not enough.
None of this is my fault. I'm just an honest over-achieving Yorkshireman who calls it as he sees it, and should be the next manager of the England national team. I'm never ever wrong"