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Hull City name change stopped

Congratulations to Hull City supporters on their successful campaign to stop the club owners from changing the name of the football club. Well done to the Football Association Council for listening to supporter views and for respecting tradition; by rejecting,

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Car Giant gets sarcastic

Car Giant’s programme of public presentations on their plans for Old Oak are underway – and they are promising a further wave of public exhibitions and consultation in September and October. That’s before they submit their application for outline planning

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Stan Bowles

Our thoughts are with Stan Bowles and his family following the announcement that he has developed a form of Alzheimer’s.  Stan is one of few QPR players who are only referred to by their first name, such is the love

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Car Giant hits the accelerator on Old Oak while QPR stalls

Car Giant has received a wave of positive publicity for its proposals for Old Oak in local and Londonwide newspapers, on TV news and in specialist building publications. This has included positive responses from those who will make the planning

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Car Giant revs up its message for Old Oak – club stays silent

Car Giant are next week holding a number of meetings to update some influential people; politicians, community organisations and others, about their latest thinking on their proposals for Old Oak. They will also be telling them about their upcoming programme

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Helping the police with their inquiries

Supporters from a number of London football clubs, including QPR, attended a meeting at New Scotland Yard this week to review the policing of football matches. The meeting was chaired by the  Acting Commander for Public Order, Colin Morgan and attended by officers

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Old Oak Stadium Development Update

More than 3,300 QPR supporters responded to the call from the club to tell the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation they support a new stadium at Old Oak. The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), established

Posted in Boardroom, Community, QPR1st

Listen up football clubs – pay the London Living Wage!

Even though QPR are no longer in the Premiership we still believe that the Club should pay the living wage to all staff including contractors Reposted London Assembly Press release, see link to original article below The London Assembly today urged the Mayor

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Andy King R.I.P

QPR 1st Supporters Trust notes the sudden passing of Andy King. A midfielder who made his name at Everton, Andy Joined QPR in 1980 playing 30 times and scoring 9 goals. Over his career Andy had an excellent midfield goal

Posted in Community, QPR1st

R’Story now available via Video on Demand

R’Story: The Story of Queens Park Rangers Football Club is now available on Video-On-Demand via the project’s website www.storyofqpr.co.uk  An updated version of the film (52mins) will be available to rent for a limited time to precede its DVD release

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