FORGET Mark Hughes and Neil Warnock before him – QPR boss Harry Redknapp will shoulder full responsibility if the worst comes to the worst and Rs take the plunge.
The latest incumbent of the Loftus Road hotseat only arrived in November – the club’s third coach in 10 months, but will feel the pain if it all goes pear shaped.
In the hope of a fruitful April, Harry and his team need to beat Wigan later today to stand a chance of escaping the bottom three.
And the manager (pic) insists he could do with the bit of the luck the Latics got at home to Newcastle two weeks ago when they won 2-1 with a late controversial goal.
He said: “Yeah I would beat myself up over it if we were relegated.
“What’s been such a shame is the side is well and as good as I got here – but we need a bit of luck like what Wigan got,” Redknapp added.
“Wigan should have had a man sent off. Newcastle had a corner that was not given. They went straight down the other end and Figueroa punched it with his hand – the most blatant handball you’ve ever seen and they score a goal.
“You need that sort of luck to stay up.”