Mirror Sport exclusively revealed on Tuesday that Adel Taarabt, Armand Traore, Mauro Zarate, Mauricio Isla and Eduardo Vargas had angered staff and teammates.
Chris Ramsey admits QPR's doomed survival bid was hampered by the "bad eggs" in the camp.
Mirror Sport exclusively revealed on Tuesday that Adel Taarabt, Armand Traore, Mauro Zarate, Mauricio Isla and Eduardo Vargas had angered staff and teammates for their poor attitude.
West Ham loanee Zarate was dumped after storming out before the defeat to Liverpool earlier this month, while Vargas was fined for refusing to come on against Crystal Palace.
And Ramsey has admitted not all of his squad were pulling in the right direction as they were relegated back to the Championship.
He said: "There have been some issues but we dealt with them at the time. Unfortunately these things happen in football and our dirty laundry has come out.
"We have dealt with the situation and will draw a line underneath it and move on."
Meanwhile, Ramsey is poised to be confirmed as permanent manager at Loftus Road on a two-year deal.
The former Spurs coach remains bullish about the club's chance of keeping star striker Charlie Austin in west London.
Ramsey added: "He has been a good professional this year and showed his worth and we would like to keep him.
"The remaining couple of weeks will tell us what people think he is worth or what he is worth to the club to keep him or let him go."