Category: Boardroom

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

Meeting with the Club December 18 2013

Meeting of QPR Club Representatives with QPR Fans Reps Representatives 18th December 2013  Attending from the Club: Mark Donnelly – Chief Operating Officer Jenny Winstanley Operations Manager Jim McNeill – Safety Officer Alex Fish – Deputy Safety Officer Blair Hughes

Statement regarding the New Stadium

Generations of fans have grown up knowing Loftus Road as the home of QPR, and as much as its dated facilities and lack of leg room can cause us to moan the day we move out will be an emotional

Meeting with the club

QPR1st will be meeting with Club representatives next week along with representatives from other fans groups. The focus of the meeting will be match-day operations and safety issues. If you have any question for the Club on this issue please

Fan Representatives Meeting report

The following are an agreed record of the meeting In attendance: From the Club: Phil Beard (Chief Executive Officer), Mark Donnelly (Chief Operating Officer) Andy Rees (Supporters Liaison Officer) From supporters groups: Paul Moore (Disabled Supporters Association), Paul Finney (IndyRs)

QPR 1st writes to club on possible new stadium site consultation

QPR 1st, the supporters’ trust, is on the local authority list of organisations it consults with on planning issues at the Shepherds Bush end of the borough. To help us to comment on one current consultation – which shows a

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

QPR1st meets with the club

Last night The Trust met with the club as part of a supporters group meeting held on the back of feedback at the Fans Forum last month. The club were represented by Philip Beard, Mark Donnelly and Andy Rees and

QPR1st welcomes clubs intent to improve communication with supporters

The QPR1st Supporters Trust are pleased that the club’s new Chief Operating Officer Mark Donnelly has been in touch and responded to queries directly from The Trust at the Fans Forum. We see this as a positive step in the

Four members of the Supporters Trust attend Fans Forum

QPR1st attended the Fans Forum held at Loftus Road yesterday in the W12 Suite. The first question about restoring the Annual General Shareholders meeting was not actually answered by Philip Beard, but a reference was made as this being one

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