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QPR owner Tony Fernandes teams up his blue and white scarf with a red baseball cap

It’s been quite a weekend for great examples of how not to wear scarves in the Premier League. Hot on the heels of Brendan Rodgers’ neckerchief comes QPR owner Tony Fernandes.

The wealthy businessman, who we understand may own an airline, opted against finding a healthy balance between fashion consciousness and brand placement for his side’s first win of the season against Fulham. Instead he topped off his matchday outfit – included commendable wear of a blue and white QPR bar scarf – with a bright red corporate baseball cap. Classy.

All his entourage were also decked out in the hats. With pitchside and shirt sponsorship tied up, you can probably forego the forehead-based advertising, Tony.

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