Category: Community

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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Child Abuse Statement

QPR1st welcomes the club’s statement that it takes historical child abuse allegations made against a former employee very seriously and that it will cooperate fully in any forthcoming investigation. It is also appreciated that the club now has robust recruitment procedures and

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Welcome Back Ian Holloway

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust welcomes Ian Holloway back to Loftus Road.  He has made huge contributions to the club in the past and we wish him the best of fortune on his return.  We know he will work had for the

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Hasselbaink’s departure

Sadly, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s time at QPR did not see an entertaining, passing football at either Loftus Road or away from home. We wish him well for the future. We trust that likely replacements for JFH have already been identified

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QPR Coach offer welcomed

Well done QPR. It makes us proud that the club should work with the local council to offer help to people in great need. Life isn’t just about what happens on the pitch; there’s a world out there and people

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Olympic stadium investigation welcomed

QPR1st Supporters Trust welcomes the Mayor of London’s decision to investigate the finances of the Olympic Stadium.  In the interests of fairness in sport and for taxpayers, the Trust supports the Coalition call for all costs, not only the rebuild

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What’s your view on proposals to change the football leagues?

The Football Supporters’ Federation has launched a survey  so it can get the views of supporters on proposals to change English football leagues. The Football League (EFL) is consulting its 72 clubs on a range of proposals – the ‘Whole

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Making noise

BBC Radio London yesterday hosted a discussion on atmosphere at football grounds and asked QPR1st’s view on the club’s Make some noise campaign.  A writer taking part raised general issues including the possibility that safe standing could improve the atmosphere

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Policing Football Meeting

 QPR1st was among representatives of supporter groups from eight London clubs to meet with members of the Metropolitan and British Transport Police yesterday to discuss the policing of football matches. Issues discussed included stewarding standards, policing of areas around football

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Serious investigation needed

QPR1st Supporters Trust welcomes the club’s decision to investigate the Daily Telegraph report on Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s discussion with undercover reporters claiming to represent a sports company that aimed to sell players to the club. We hope it will be

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