Doncaster attacker Diouf in scathing attack on QPR boss Warnock

Doncaster Rovers attacker El Hadji Diouf has launched a scathing attack on QPR boss Neil Warnock.

Doncaster Rovers attacker El Hadji Diouf has launched a scathing attack on QPR boss Neil Warnock.

In January, Warnock accused then Blackburn Rovers forward Diouf of goading Jamie Mackie after he broke his leg, calling the Senegal international “lower than a sewer rat”.

“He accused me of mocking an injured player when I played against QPR and I never did that,” Diouf told the Telegraph. “He lost the game and wanted to talk about something to deflect attention away from that so he had a go at me.

“I can’t stand him. QPR are in the Premier League, 80 per cent because of Adel Taarabt and look how he treats him. He has taken the captaincy away and blames him all the time. He is not a good manager. Nobody has heard of him outside of this country so who cares what he thinks about me.”

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