This was the former Spurs boss’s second demotion, after going down with Southampton in 2005.
But, Redknapp confirmed that it was this current crop of players, and their submissive attitude, that gave him one of the best seasons of his footballing career.
He said: ” I like the fact that they just gave up. I’ve never seen that before.
“Look, it’s hard to get paid millions of pounds for a game that comes naturally to you. The public don’t seem to realise that.”
Controversial owner Tony Fernandes apparently has to be reminded every morning who he is and why he is sleeping on Egyptian bed sheets that cost more than the soul of a human child.
The Air Asia boss is then sponge-bathed by nurses who are immediately shipped off to a Pacific island, which he owns but has never visited.
Fernandes then defers all QPR related business to a half-eaten corn beef sandwich named Eric.
In a statement following the club’s relegation, the QPR board insisted they are fully behind the owner.
“Our chairman is unique. He wants to build a proverbial bonfire and throw as much money into it as possible.
“Fans should start thinking of it as performance art. They should stop complaining and start admiring his work.”