QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has given a blunt assessment of his time at the helm of the club
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QPR defender Tal Ben Haim has joined Major League Soccer franchise Toronto FC on a short-term loan deal.
Ben Haim, 31, was signed by Rangers boss Harry Redknapp in the January transfer window but has made just seven appearances since as the R's slipped out of the Barclays Premier League.
Toronto are managed by former Loftus Road favourite Ryan Nelsen and Israel international Ben Haim will remain on loan at the club until the end of June.
Arsene Wenger is interested in French forward Loic Remy, but could be forced to go for Wilfried Bony of Vitesse instead, say the Daily Star. The Arsenal boss prefers the 28-year-old QPR striker, but the board want the younger Ivorian to bolster their squad in the summer.
Midfielder Stephane Mbia has been fined and warned about his future conduct by QPR after a message on his Twitter account appeared to suggest he wanted to return to his former club Marseille.
– QPR Head of Media & Communications Ian Taylor
The club has concluded its investigation following a series of Tweets which appeared on Stephane Mbia's official Twitter account.
Stephane has stressed to the club that he is not responsible for the Tweets.
However the club is of the view that every player that has a Twitter account is ultimately responsible for what appears on it.
As a result, Stephane has been fined and warned in relation to his future conduct. The club will be making no further comment.
Stephane Mbia fancies swapping places with Joey Barton in the summer, with the midfielders forming a part exchange deal earlier this season which saw Mbia joining QPR and Joey Barton going to Marseille on loan.
And here's Joey's response...
But it's ok - Mbia was just kidding.
Harry Redknapp has heaped praise on Andros Townsend after the QPR winger, who arrived on loan from Spurs this season, impressed again in Saturday's match against Arsenal.
– Harry Redknapp
He'll be a top player. He gets at people, he attacks you. They paid £10m for the left-back and he has ripped him apart.
He is relentless. He just runs at you, runs at you, runs at you. He has been first-class.
It's difficult for him back at Spurs. You've got (Aaron) Lennon and (Gareth) Bale there, so it will be hard for him to play regularly. He'll have his work cut out.
But he'll be a good player for Spurs next year. He will go back there a better player.
He has proved to himself what he can do. He has proved he can play in the Premier League.