Neil Warnock has advised his players to no longer comment on the El-Hadji Diouf spat on social networking site, Twitter.
As has been well-documented in recent days, El-Hadji Diouf is alleged to have abused double-leg break victim Jamie Mackie while he lay on the turf and receive a round-house courtesy of Twitter.
Bradley Orr, Paddy Kenny, Clint Hill and latterly Mackie himself have poured scorn on the Senegalese striker for his actions and Warnock has moved quickly to prevent his players from commenting further.
This news comes as Blackburn prepare to defend the ex-Liverpool front-man as they investigate his antics during the FA Cup clash last weekend.
Updates on their respective Twitter sites will no longer be in connection with QPR with Warnock worried of the backlash from the Football Association.
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