The defender of QPR, Clint Hill, has criticized his teammate Jose Bosingwa for his attitude. Bosingwa has recently been fined by the manager of QPR, Harry Redknapp, for refusing to sit on the bench in the Premier League match against Fulham. QPR went on to win the match by 2-1.

When asked about Bosingwa being fined, Hill said, “I think the manager has taken a correct decision. He is in charge of the club and the players should respect his decisions. If he wants a player to sit on the bench in a particular match, the player shouldn’t have any problem in doing that. If you are refusing to do that, it means you are not committed enough for the club.”

“If manager wants somebody else in the starting XI, it means that he is in better form than you and you need to understand that. It’s a team sport and the victory of the team is the most important thing. If the manager feels that somebody else can do a better job than you and can contribute more than you for the team, you should be happy to sit on the sidelines.”

“It really puts a question mark on his commitment. His attitude is not right at all and by fining him, the manager has sent a clear message to the other players that this kind of attitude will not be tolerated.”
Bosingwa didn’t return to the starting XI in QPR’s Premier League match against Liverpool yesterday and Redknapp has hinted that Bosingwa might be put on sale during the mid season transfer window.

Bosingwa had joined Queens Park rangers this summer after the completion of his contract with Chelsea. He has featured for QPR in 11 matches in the ongoing season, but, he hasn’t managed to score a goal so far.