MARK Hughes is set to introduce a fines system to tackle QPR's indiscipline on the pitch.
Rangers have shot themselves in the foot in their last two home games, playing an hour a man short on both occasions after the dismissals of Djibril Cisse and Samba Diakite.
And boss Hughes will take steps to deal with the problem by penalising his players for their bad behaviour.
He said: “I think the guys understand it's difficult to win Premier League games if you don't keep people on the field of play.
“At the weekend Samba Diakite's [red card] was understandable to a certain degree because that's what I brought him to the club for, in terms of being competitive and being able to affect the game in the right manner.
“He doesn't know the league and got a bit over enthusiastic in some of the challenges which warranted a yellow card. I don't think any of them were likely to endanger opposition players but he's bundled a number of guys over and got the second yellow.
“In terms of invoking fines, I think there's not really a structure in the club policy with regards to that. It's something we'll look to put in place in due course.”
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