QPR1st Supporters Trust welcomes players who have joined the club during the January transfer window. Trust chair Stephen Dedridge said “two of our new loan players made an impact straightaway and we welcome all the new players to the club and wish good luck in their time with QPR.” While
QPR 1st, the supporters’ trust for Queens Park Rangers supporters, opposes the intention of the owner of Hull City AFC, Dr Assem Allam, to change the name of the Club without consultation with fans, and in opposition to a strong local campaign. Football clubs are a part of their communities. The names of the clubs are part of
Following the AGM, the people listed below have been identified as wishing to form the new QPR1st Committee 2014. Any objections to any of these individuals being on the Committee needs to be logged as an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday 22nd December 2013. Tony Binks Stephen Dedridge Neil Dejyothin
QPR1st would like to offer our support to the Sky Blue Supporters Trust of Coventry City Football Club. Yet again it appears that it is ordinary fans who suffer as a result of poor governance and financial regulation of the national game. The statement issued by the Sky Blue Trust
The Trust thanks Jamie Mackie for the determination and energy he showed on the pitch during his time with the club since 2010. We won’t forget his winning goal against Liverpool or that goal at Man City not to mention the significant contribution to our title winning promotion from the
The BBC ran an article on Queens Park Rangers defender Christopher Samba, who recently took to social media network Twitter to apologise to fans for his recent performance against Fulham, and who was subject to racial abuse. QPR1st committee member James Wright was interviewed by the BBC and shared his
QPR1st were recently interviewed by The London Round-Up website, where we offered some views about the governance of the Club and how its performed this season. Head over to their website to check out the interview in full.