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QPR boss won't take boos to Hart

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QPR boss Paul Hart insists he was unfazed by disgruntled supporters during his side's FA Cup defeat at the hands of Championship rivals Sheffield United.

Rangers fans were quick to show their frustration with a chorus of boos greeting Hart's first substitution, Adel Taarabt coming on to replace Alejandro Faurlin after 69 minutes.

But the former Portsmouth boss said: "I've not asked anyone if they are booing me or the team."

He added: "Ideally you'd send everyone away happy after a good performance. But people are entitled to their opinions."

Lee Williamson, Jamie Ward and Richard Cresswell netted to give the Blades a comfortable 3-0 lead, while an Akos Buzsaky's penalty and a goal from Damion Stewart were not enough to prevent the Rs from crashing out of the competition.

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