Gianni Paladini, the man who once alleged that he'd had a gun pointed at him in the QPR Boardroom, is poised to resign as the club's Chairman this week. He is going to go, aparently, after being subjected to barracking by fans at the last game which Rangers lost 2-1 to Ipswich. That result leaves the club once talked of as a good bet for premiership promotion two points off the drop zone into League One.
No mention has been made of Strange Man of Sport Flavio Briatore going. And getting my haircut at John's Barbers on the Uxbridge Road (top barbers who've been family barbers in the Bush for several generations who I really don't mind plugging as you can tell) I heard from one guy who was at the game that Briatore stormed off at half time instead of taking any more punishment from the fans and their, er, inventive chants about his personal hobbies.
So with Paladini gone, the Strange One will have bought himself some more time. But he's rapidly running out of other people to blame.