QPR manager Neil Warnock has ordered his players to stop using the social networking site Twitter to write about the club.
The news comes after defender Bradley Orr and goalkeeper Paddy Kenny ripped into Blackburn striker El-Hadji Diouf for his alleged abuse of Jamie Mackie during Saturday's FA Cup third round tie.
The Rs striker suffered a double-fracture of his right leg during the clash while Diouf was standing over him.
Warnock has been angered after Rangers players insinuated the Rovers man now faces retribution.
And now the manager has declared that players must make no mention of the West London outfit, who currently top the Championship.
He said: "We don't want charges of our own. And I've had a word with the lads about this, and they can use Twitter all they want - as long as it has nothing to do with the club."