The China coach, Ratomir Dujkovic, was quoted on Sky Sports News as saying: "I did not see how everything began. I was watching the ball, then I saw they were fighting. It is very bad, and not acceptable, of course. Whether the local guys [QPR] or our guys began it is not important. It is unacceptable."
The QPR chairman, Gianni Paladini, said yesterday that he would "work 24 hours a day" to find the cause of the brawl. He said: "If anyone is found guilty, then there is no way we can be associated with anything like that. Violence does not solve a problem, and there is no place for it. I am sick about the whole thing.
女王巡游者 Gianni Paladini，昨天说道他会“日以继夜的工作”直到找出是这场争斗发生的原因。他说：“如果发现是我们的队员挑起的话，那么我们绝不会容忍这样的队员。暴力并不能解决问题，这里不欢迎暴力。这整件事情都让我感到痛心。
"There is a code of conduct at this club, and life is about how you behave. We will go to work 24 hours a day to find out what happened. I hope we can find out something by Saturday."]