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We have been doing quiet alot over the last few seasons and we will continue to do so with a very enthusiastic committee and the support of all other supporters groups to bring the fans together. A very interesting read Steve.

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It is good to reflect that the enthusiasm and good work of the Committee which was started back then, is still going strong today. I will keep looking though. Toggle navigation. President: D. Pritt, K.

Carter, W. Jones, H. Barringer Trustees: F. Blackwell, G. Thulborn Chairman: E. Entertainments Secretary: W. Nunn Hon. Treasurer: H. Hughes Hon.

QPR defender says Fulham skinhead days are over - his little girl won’t allow it

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There will no excuses. Social media is an ugly place at times, with Warburton one of million people who are active on Twitter every month. Warburton says he will only be using the service sporadically during his tenure at QPR, and insists potential criticism from supporters will not faze him. What world do we live in? Why though?

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What does the masseuse do? Show the fans a level of detail that the players are privy to. The connection between the players and the fans there was brilliant. Loftus Road Queens Park Rangers is a very quirky old-school stadium where you're sat very close to the pitch. The atmosphere is good and it strikes me as a friendly football club.

Compared with the other London clubs, it has quick easy links for the Underground. You don't have to walk too far to the tube station and you also don't have to wait ages in a queue to get to the trains. I can comfortably leave Loftus Road after a Saturday fixture without running and comfortably make it back to St Pancras in time to catch the Thameslink or East Midlands trains. I'm not a hardcore QPR fan - I'm more of a leisure customer at the moment; however, the more I find out about this club, the more I seem to like - so who knows?

Yes, the results on the pitch aren't exactly spectacular at the moment but a football club is more than 11 players on the pitch. Definitely worth a visit for a neutral or someone wanting to go to a football match. I recommend you experience the atmosphere at the LOFT.