QPR's Julio Cesar: I still feel guilty over Hughes sacking
QPR's Julio Cesar has admitted that he feels guilty over former boss Mark Hughes' sacking and believes the players must take responsibility for the club's poor form this season.
Hughes was sacked after twelve games without a win and was quickly replaced by former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp who has seen the team pick up three points in the last three games.
"Mark is a good person and I'm so sad about the situation which has happened to him," the Brazilian told Sky Sports.
"When the team don't win and results aren't right the coach is the first person to pay but I feel guilty about this.
"The players go on the pitch and everybody has a percentage of fault. It was not a big surprise that Mark Hughes got sacked, it was normal.
"If you go 13 games without a win it's very difficult for a coach to stay. He was a good coach with good ideas.
"But what happened to him has happened to many coaches throughout the world."