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Trust Update

First off, thanks to everyone who have already responded to our email straw poll, which outlines the two current confirmed bids and asks you, in principle, which of the two you favour. Quite rightly, a handful of people have responded saying that there is not enough information given on which

Public Council Meeting this Evening

“This Council backs the supporters of Queen’s Park Rangers Football Club in their efforts to secure their club’s financial future and to remain in Hammersmith & Fulham” This motion will be discussed at a public Council Meeting in the Council Chamber, Hammersmith Town Hall, tonight Wednesday 25th July at 7pm.

Spoof statement

In an exciting development for QPR, the year-old supporters trust, QPR 1st, has announced it has purchased the club from Chris Wright. A spokesperson for the trust said last night: “We have really radical plans for QPR, which we believe will have the backing of supporters and enable our club

Statement issued to the press

We are fully aware that in this time of great uncertainty for QPR the need for good, accurate information is paramount. Although we remain in dialogue with both the administrator and Chris Wright, neither is under any obligation to keep us informed about the progress of any bid or interest

Statement Issued to the press

QPR 1st has renewed its plea to potential new owners to come forward and buy QPR and the Loftus Road ground. Loftus Road plc, which comprises Queens Park Rangers Football Club and the Loftus Road stadium, is currently in administration, and up for sale. QPR 1st spokeswoman Libby Magrill said:

News Update

It’s been just over six weeks since QPR 1st was launched at Hammersmith Town Hall… but it seems a lifetime ago now for the 15 of us charged with bringing the Trust to fully-fledged status within three calendar months. The result of where we are up to now, the progress

News Update

Today’s Standard carries a story about QPR facing the prospect of having to sell Loftus Road to survive. It quotes administrator Ray Hocking “admitting” he would listen to separate offers for the stadium and the football club after the sale of Wasps and Twyford Avenue has been completed. It would