The YT Hayesender did earlier of the game fom 1990 - when we could half expect to win a Cup tie, got me thinking if anyone who's into watching old pathe news type things, knows of the earliest footgae out there of QPR playing?
Had a look at the attendance yesterday and I see it was a mere 13k odd again, which allowing for the fact Blackburn didn't bring that many it got me thinking yesterday morning about the fact QPR charge more on the day, with many on here thinking of jacking their ST and me personally knowing someone who's turning in his (I've never held an ST for various reasons).
I considered going - however the poor play, the likelihood of a defeat the cost of travelling back and forth, and my view that paying extra because I decided to turn up on the day despite the weather and it being a long Bank Holiday weekend, meant I decided not too.
It is something that along with the handling fees nonsense, when they do less and less now, barely producing match day tickets when I bought 2 for Bolton last month, anyway I think it's time for Lee to scrap his turn up tax!
if QPR are serious about the fans, this and handling fees is a way they could start to become the Fan friendly club they claim to be.
Yes I know there are various reasons but it's something for the club too look at especially the turn up tax, which could cost quite a lot of money in potential revenue on the day especially a bright, sunny warm bank holiday watching an substandard team labour to yet another defeat.
"SO England havent conceded a goal from open play in 11 hours"....
Not 30 seconds later...
ON the subject of which we need some sort of game for how often he manages to mention "ManCHESTER United during the World Cup in various games where there is absolutely no reason to do so - which frankly is most of them.