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Have QPR won yet?

Harry Redknapp can be commended on a very credible career leading to the deserved label of Harry Houdini – but he may well have bitten off more than he can chew with the task of keeping QPR in the Premier League.

‘Arry has had an esteemed career which is anything short of bereft with overcoming challenges. Relegation triumphs, an FA cup trophy, a Champions League quarter-final and elevating Spurs to a top 5 Premier League club are among his greatest achievements.

QPR certainly have grabbed the best man for the job, but this uphill struggle is too much even for Harry himself to find a way out of. Redknapp has been in charge for only three games, avoiding defeat in each, and he has already found his new club written into the record books. Unfortunately, it’s for failing to record a win in the first 16 games of a season – surpassing Swindon’s 15 games at the beginning of their 1993-94 campaign.

The embarrassment will be hard to swallow for the QPR faithful who had high hopes for the season. To add insult to injury, a prankster has taken to Twitter to rub salt into the wounds of QPR fans by creating an account named, Have QPR won yet? After only 3 tweets, the account has already attracted over 3,000 followers, a number sure to grow if the run continues.

Simply put, Redknapp has to buy in January. Hughes failed to replace Joey Barton with an adequate influential midfield figure and that has to be rectified in the transfer window. QPR possess great speed in the likes of Shaun Wright-Phillips, Adel Tarrabt and Djibril Cisse. Redknapp will get the best out of these players but he needs a couple of solid players to keep QPR tighter at the back.

One thing for sure is Redknapp will relish the challenge, and if he achieves the impossible, it’ll be the biggest achievement of his career.