Anyone interested in Queens Park Rangers, football or the mockumentary style of television and film perfected by "Spinal Tap" and "The Office" should watch "The Four Year Plan."
The film, released in 2012, documented a truly shambolic spell at Loftus Road when co-owner Flavio Briatore ran the club with complete abandon, hiring and firing managers on whims. Sadly it was not a comedic piece of cinema; it was a genuine documentary -- an accurate portrayal that accidentally dipped into moments of farce.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has ordered manager Harry Redknapp and forward Adel Taarabt to put a halt to their public row about the player's fitness.
Redknapp had refused to relent on his claim after Sunday's 3-2 Liverpool defeat that Taarabt is "about three stone overweight."
Taarabt released pictures holding up his shirt in a bid to dispel Redknapp's jibes, claiming the former Tottenham boss has used him as a scapegoat for QPR's early-season troubles.
Yet on Tuesday the war of words escalated as...
QPR manager Harry Redknapp has continued his war of words with Adel Taarabt by telling The Sun that the only reason for his midfielder's recent weight loss is a bout of tonsillitis.