THERE will be no end of season party for QPR – not least because their boss remembers a punch-up when another relegated side had a bash in every sense of the word.
West Ham’s swanky do at the end of 2010-11 ended in fisticuffs, and Harry Redknapp wonders what his current Rs squad could want to celebrate anyway.
“When you get relegated I don’t see how you can have an end of season do, to be honest with you, he said. “I wouldn’t want to be there.
“West Ham had an end of season do when they got relegated and it ended in a punch-up. So I can’t see it really.
“I think the fans would have the hump with the players and we have nothing to celebrate have we?
“I just want to get away and build a team for next year. All that running around the pitch at the end of the match isn’t for me.
I’ve got nothing to have an end-of-season party for. What are we celebrating?
“Let’s all go away and see how we go and who comes back, and let’s see what we can do next year.”
One of those who may not come back next season is Stephane M’Bia (pic).
The club fined the midfielder for Tweeting he wanted to quit, but the manager has no intention of letting him off that easily.
“He is still here, and if he doesn’t play well then he won’t play,” said Redknapp. “If Stephane wants to move then someone will have to pay the money for him, like everybody else.”