Even an apology from Jose Bosingwa may not be enough to salvage his QPR career after manager Harry Redknapp revealed some senior professionals within his squad were â€œdisgustedâ€ at the defenderâ€™s refusal to sit on the bench against Fulham.
Bosingwa has been left out of QPRâ€™s squad for the fixture against West Brom for storming out of Loftus Road after hearing he would be a substitute for the derby against Fulham 11 days ago.
The Portuguese, a Champions League winner with Chelsea last season, was fined Â£130,000 for his actions, but that may not be the end of the story.
Redknapp was infuriated at the lack of fight shown by the 30-year-old and is considering ditching the player as he says he needs warriors to lead his team out of trouble.
Asked whether he would recall Bosingwa if he apologised, Redknappâ€™s body language suggested that might not be enough as scrunched up his face, shrugged his shoulders and said, â€œBut you can apologise andâ€¦
â€œWhen you are down you need help. When you are playing Fulham at home you need help. We were desperate as we hadnâ€™t won a game all year.
â€œYou need everybody to be with you and say â€˜Okay letâ€™s get on with it,â€™ not â€˜Iâ€™m not happy to sit on the bench, letâ€™s talk about it on Monday.â€™ You donâ€™t go home, do you?â€