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In Rod We Trust: Open All Rs Announces End of Season Live Show

Open all R’s, the QPR fan podcast, has announced that Rangers legend Rodney Marsh will be the special guest for it’s first ever live show on Monday 5th May. Taking place in the Horse Bar in Waterloo, Rangers fans are

Statement on the club’s 2012/13 accounts

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust is concerned about QPR’s rapidly growing debt and how this will affect the future of the club. The latest financial statement by the club shows that, in 2012/13, it made losses of £65 million – much higher

QPR1st join forces with the Club in backing anti-homophobia campaign

As QPR’s Supporters Trust, we believe that our Club should be a welcoming inclusive environment for all regardless of race, disability or sexuality. This should be the case for both staff, players and fans. Deputy chief executive of Stonewall, the

Fans Representative Meeting with the Club

QPR1st has been invited to send one attendee to a Fans Representative Meeting with the Club this month. Each representative group have been asked to send in their suggestion for one topic they wish to be focussed on in advance

Radek Cerny departs

The Trust would like to place on record our thanks to Radek Cerny for his service as a player and a coach over the past five-years at the Club. We wish him well and all the best with his future

Season ticket prices

QPR1st welcome the announcement by the Club to slash season ticket prices and effectively reverse the price hike that led to Amit Bhatia’s resignation and confirmed the contempt in which Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone regarded the loyal fans who

Statement on relegation

QPR1st Supporters Trust acknowledges the expected relegation of the club from The Premier League. It is now important than fans, players, owners, and staff come together to ensure the future of the club. It is vital that the owners listen

Planning consent given for training facility at Warren Farm

The Trust is pleased by the news that planning consent has been approved for the Club to start work on a brand new start-of-the-art training facility at the Warren Farm site in Ealing. This is a tremendous opportunity to build

Club confirm that there will be no Player of the Year event this season

The Club have written to QPR1st to let us know that a decision has been made to not to hold a Player of the Year event at the end of the season, which they feel is in the best interests

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