QPR chairman Tony Fernandes, who sacked manager Mark Hughes today, has reiterated his long term vision for the club on Twitter.
He said: "Though we have a change the long term vision of the club remains and much good work has already been done and will continue.
"This is a club where the chairman and shareholders look at all things in a long term view. But also take the views of the fans who are the most important constituents of the club. To us fans come first."
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