QPR – Oh dear…..

NEIL WARNOCK SIGNINGS

Anton Ferdinand (£2.5m – £45,000-per-week) – A few decent displays early on in his QPR career but will be forever remembered for his race row with John Terry. 5/10

Joey Barton (Free – £70,000-per-week) – The first of Tony Fernandes’ high-profile signings. The first of a number of mistakes in the transfer market. 2/10

Luke Young (Undisclosed – £45,000-per-week) – Added experience to QPR’s defence last season, but struggled with a painful hip injury this term and hasn’t played. 4/10

Armand Traore (£1.2m – £40,000-per-week)  – Shown glimpses of why he was so highly-rated by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, but too inconsistent. 5/10

Shaun Wright-Phillips (£2m – £60,000-per-week) – One of the biggest disappointments of all of Fernandes’ signings. Not lived up to his reputation. 3/10

Jason Puncheon (loan) – A summer transfer deadline day signing. Made just two substitute appearances before returning to Southampton. 1/10

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MARK HUGHES SIGNINGS

Nedum Onuoha – (£3m – £55,000-per-week) – One of Mark Hughes’s first signings but struggled to find the form that put him on the brink of an England call. 4/10

Djibril Cisse – (£4m – £60,000-per-week) – Scored six in eight upon joining in January 2012, but also picked up two red cards in his first five games for the club. Partial success. 6/10

Bobby Zamora – (£6m – £70,000-per-week) – Played a vital role in keeping QPR up last season but struggled with a hip injury this season. 6/10

Samba Diakite – (£3.5m – £45,000-per-week) – Was key in last season’s survival push but hardly featured this season. 2/10

Federico Macheda (loan) – Arrived from Manchester United with a promising reputation but did not make a single league start for QPR. 2/10

Taye Taiwo (loan) – Recognised as one of the best left backs in European football but failed to live up to his billing before returning to AC MIlan. 4/10

Andy Johnson – (Free – £40,000-per-week) – Made just two starts since arriving from Fulham due to a season-ending knee injury. 1/10

Ryan Nelsen – (Free – £35,000-per-week) – Arguably the club’s player of the season despite only playing half of the campaign before moving to take charge of Toronto FC. 7/10

Stephane Mbia – (£5m – 50,000-per-week) – Added strength to QPR’s midfield and back four but not been consistent enough this season. 4/10

Robert Green – (Free – £50,000-per-week) – Under pressure from the outset after conceding five on his debut and being relegated to No 2 following the signing of Julio Cesar. Struggled. 3/10

Park Ji-sung – (£2m – £70,000-per-week) – Heralded as the man to take QPR to the next level. But the former Manchester United midfielder has struggled in a struggling team. 3/10

Junior Hoilett – (£4m – £50,000-per-week) – Viewed as one of the coups of the summer. But the pacy winger has flitted in and out of QPR’s team. 3/10

Esteban Granero – (£3.5m – £65,000-per-week) – The former Real Madrid midfielder arrived with a good reputation and big things were expected but he has not delivered. 3/10

Julio Cesar – (Free – £75,000-per-week) – One of only a handful of Hughes’s captures that has rightfully earned his keep. Kept QPR in games with big saves. 7/10

Fabio (Loan) – Must be wishing he’d never left Manchester United last summer. 3/10

HARRY REDKNAPP SIGNINGS

Loic Remy (£8m – £80,000-per-week) – If only he’d been at the club since the start of the season. Will surely move to a top club this summer. 8/10

Chris Samba (£12m – £100,000-per-week) – Broke all the club’s financial records but his presence has not been enough to save QPR. 5/10

Jermaine Jenas (Undisclosed – £40,000-per-week) – QPR look better with him in the side. But not had enough time to bed in. 5/10

Andros Townsend (Loan) – Been one of the only bright sparks for Redknapp during the closing weeks of the season. Looks a top player. 7/10

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