QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has slammed those criticising the running of the club, saying that "being abusive is just poor".

Fernandes took to Twitter shortly after the Hoops fell to a 2-1 defeat against Cardiff City, with several fans expressing displeasure at the side's defensive display.

Speaking on social media, he tweeted: "We will not be moved and will stick to the plan. No point going up and coming down again. Academy doing good. Scouting much better.

"Club in good financial position. 7 points from 5 against good opposition.

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"Fans who abuse really don't appreciate all we are doing. Easy to run down. And for the record criticism of(is) fine. Being abusive is just poor."

After taking time to reply to some of the messages on Twitter, Fernandes said: "Right I'm signing off. Going to watch the boxing. Haters will hate, but nothing changes. Love what we doing at rangers."

Fernandes's tweets in order