The appointment of a co-chair, Ruben Gnanalingam alongside Tony Fernandes means another change at the top at QPR.
With the appointment of a new chief executive, Lee Hoos, and co-chairman arrangements, there are big changes off the pitch, while the director of football and new chief coach appointments lead change on the pitch.
Ruben Gnanalingam is not new to the club. With Tony Fernandes and Kamrudin Meranun, he controls just over 66 per cent of shares in QPR. Since the new stadium has been proposed, the three are the sole shareholders of Rangers Development Ltd and its subsidiary, Rangers Stadium Development Ltd.
We hope the new arrangements will bring success to the club and look forward to meeting the chief executive and chairmen.