Queens Park Rangers are in the bottom three of the Premier League table and strongly considered relegation candidates No. 1.
For good reason, too. It seems the players are doing everything in their power to become a running punchline rather than a legitimate football team.
Consider that in the span of one week, defensive midfielder Sandro injured himself in training practicing his knee-slide goal celebration (which he, with his 3 goals in 81 Premier League games, clearly needs to brush up on) and defender Steven Caulker was briefly handcuffed by police after walking out of a store munching on a tub of Philadelphia cream cheese he forgot to pay for. What, was Caulker just trying to nurse a leg injury?
And to think, manager Harry Redknapp drives two hours each way to and from his house just to have to
train baby-sit these guys each day. What a mess!