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Safety at Loftus Road

We were asked by Hammersmith and Fulham Council if we had any concerns about safety issues at Loftus Road. We asked our members and, as a result, the council’s QPR Safety Advisory Committee will be discussing several issues, and we

QPR FC Safety Advisory Group Meeting

Twice a year Hammersmith and Fulham council holds a Safety Advisory Group meeting looking at safety issues for Queens Park Rangers FC.  We have been asked if we would like to raise any issues for its next meeting, on Wednesday 12 July. 

Minutes of last week’s Supporters Consultation meeting

Minutes of the recent Supporter’s Consultation committee have been published and are available from the link below. The presentation given on the new website and the club’s new video platform was very positive. Others issues discussed included updates on the

QPR Chief Executive Lee Hoos takes on a greater role within the Club

QPR1st understand that a restructure has taken place in how the club is run on a day to day basis. It means that although Les Ferdinand remains responsible for player recruitment and day to day football matters, Lee Hoos has been

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

QPR1st supports the call for major reform of the Football Association

Damian Collins MP, chair of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee said yesterday that the FA’s current structure “makes it impossible for it to reform itself. As such, there is currently no effective governing body for football in England

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

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

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

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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