QPR 1st Supporters’ Trust would like to thank the club for the excellent Fans Forum that was held on Monday night (18/9/23). The Trust has been asking for QPR’s owners to be more available to talk to fans and we are delighted that this was achieved. Ruben Gnanalingam and Amit
QPR1st, the QPR Supporters Trust, notes the announcement that former Chairman Tony Fernandes has stepped down from the board of the club. The Trust wishes to acknowledge Tony’s efforts and investments over his twelve years. His time at QPR was marked by a number of soaring highs and crushing lows,
QPR1st would like to place on record its thanks to Les Ferdinand for his efforts as Director of Football as he stands down after eight years in the role. The news does not come as a surprise to most fans. The success of Ferdinand’s tenure has been debatable, although he
QPR1st Supporters Club mourns the passing of former QPRPlayer and Coach, John Hollins and extends its deepest sympathy to the Hollins Family.
The EFL, in partnership with Fans for Diversity, is creating a ground-breaking short film to celebrate diverse fans across the EFL. We are inviting our supporters to apply to be included within the short film and if you wish to be considered please complete the EFL survey below. Successful supporters
Now a turbulent and deeply disappointing season at Loftus Road is over, QPR1st Supporters Trust is relieved that the club has secured its position in the Championship. The Trust is dismayed at the team’s decline in form, the managerial instability – which can be traced at least as far back
QPR 1st Supporters’ Trust accepts the necessity for the departure of Neil Critchley. Team performances and results were not what was expected from these players, and it became clear unless there was a dramatic improvement over the last two games then this decision by the club was likely. Neil Critchley
QPR 1st Supporters’ Trust welcome Hull FC supporters for Tuesday’s match at Loftus Road. The trust supports Hull City Supporters Trust in its lobbying for Away Fans Matter. This is an issue that QPR 1st has raised with QPR club management in the past and will continue to do so.
QPR1st mourns the passing of former QPR Forward, Frank Clarke at age 79. Frank, the eldest of 5 footballing brothers (including Allan), was signed by Alec Stock from Shrewsbury Town in Feb 1968 to bolster QPR’s Division One promotion push (after a QPR deal to sign John O’Rourke fell through.)
We have been saddened to hear of the passing of Brian Bedford. The supporters trust offer our condolences to Brian’s family and friends. Brian was an outstanding player for QPR in the early and mid 60’s with a fantastic scoring record and an important and popular member of the clubs