Category: Boardroom

Statement on McClaren Sacking

Less than a year ago, in May 2018, we thanked Ian Holloway for all his hard work as he was replaced as QPR manager. We said “Supporters have a range of views of his recent time as manager ; but

Linford Christie Stadium Council Survey

Hammersmith and Fulham Council has launched a survey on the future of the Linford Christie stadium – which could include a new stadium for QPR if there is local support for a major redevelopment of the site. The survey is

Statement regarding the economic impact report and LBHF response

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust supports the aim of developing a modern stadium as part of safeguarding the future of QPR.  We are concerned that the recent publication by the club of a report on QPR’s economic and social value and proposals

Amit Bhatia appointed QPR Chairman

QPR Supporters’ Trust congratulates Amit Bhatia on his appointment as chairman of the club. We hope this appointment will be a move towards a new relationship of partnership between the club and its supporters. Amit Bhatia was chair of QPR

FFP Settlement

“QPR1st, the QPR Supporters Trust notes the joint QPR-English Football League statement on the settlement which entails: A fine of £17m, QPR to pay the EFL’s costs of £3 million. A transfer embargo in the 2019 January transfer window. The

Thank You Ollie

Thank you is the message from QPR1st Supporters’ Trust to Ian Holloway, who has “left” the club.  We would like to thank Ian for all his hard work and dedication to Queens Park Rangers Football Club.  Of course supporters have

Financial Fair Play and QPR

QPR announced on Tuesday that that its appeal to an arbitration panel against the English Football League’s Financial Fair Play fine, reported as being as much as £40m, had failed.   An appeal by QPR against the arbitration decision is expected. This

Minutes of last week’s Supporters Consultation meeting

Minutes of the recent Supporter’s Consultation committee have been published and are available from the link below. The presentation given on the new website and the club’s new video platform was very positive. Others issues discussed included updates on the

QPR Chief Executive Lee Hoos takes on a greater role within the Club

QPR1st understand that a restructure has taken place in how the club is run on a day to day basis. It means that although Les Ferdinand remains responsible for player recruitment and day to day football matters, Lee Hoos has been

Is the Club better run now than 10 years ago?

Do you think your club is being run better now than it was ten years ago? That was one of the questions QPR1st was asked by FCBusiness – a magazine looking at the business side of football – which has

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