Former QPR manager
The veteran boss lost his job at Loftus Road two weeks ago, just seven months after winning promotion to the Premier League.
He reacted earlier this week by suggesting forces inside and outside of the club had been "poisoning" owner
That prompted the outspoken Barton to launch an attack on the 63-year-old, with him tweeting that Warnock was an "embarrassment" and comparing him to fictional manager
But writing in the Independent, Warnock insisted he does not want to trade blows with the player who he signed from Newcastle in August, saying: "I`m told
"I don`t have a problem with anybody at QPR and when I tuned in on Sunday to watch their match at Newcastle I was cheering them on.
"That might surprise people since I was sacked but most of the QPR players I brought to the club, many of them are the same players who did me so proud in winning the Championship last season, so obviously I want them to do well."
Warnock also claims his comments about Fernandes have been taken out of context.
He said: "I`m not bitter at all towards
"I was asked about tweeting and said it was a dangerous path to go down, when players and fans are tweeting the chairman, as one person's opinion could get undue weight, and it`s hard to have much context in 140 characters.
"Then I picked up the papers and read I was "poisoned", which wasn`t what I meant at all."
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