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QPR defender Clint Hill has told his team-mates they should leave the club next month if their commitment is in question.
Two successive defeats have left Rangers at the foot of the table, six points adrift of safety, ahead of Sunday's game against Liverpool.
Hill, who has started all six matches under Harry Redknapp, questioned whether some of the foreign players recruited by former manager Mark Hughes during the summer have the desire to keep the club in the top flight.
Full-back Jose Bosingwa has emerged as the main villain following his refusal to sit on the bench for the 2-1 victory over Fulham two weeks ago.
Hill said: "It's different cultures and the ways the foreigners have been brought up is different. Do they get taught that losing is hard to accept? I don't know.
"It's a different mentality. It hurts and it should hurt everyone no matter what culture or country you're from.
"As much as I can I've spoken to those players. I'...
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