Harry Redknapp has clarified an attack he made on QPR 's "overpaid" players in the wake of Saturday's defeat at Newcastle.
The Rangers manager claimed some players earn "too much money for what they are" , singled out Jose Bosingwa for refusing to sit on the bench against Fulham and suggested the club's summer transfer business had made cash for "a lot of agents".
The outburst prompted a Twitter response from owner Tony Fernandes, who argued that "the value of a player is subjective", and Redknapp offered a more considered appraisal of his squad ahead of the Boxing Day game against West Brom .
Redknapp said: "I wasn't talking about all the players, I was talking about certain players.
"I've got no problem with players who are earning good money, and value for their money, I just felt there are one or two who haven't given this value.
"It's difficult. When Mark brought these players in, massive money wasn't spent here on transfers.
"So what they had to do is take chances. You h...