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at 17:37 4 Jul 2020
Although we haven't won there since the last plague we kind of absolutely need to win there tomorrow to put to bed any fears of being dragged into the relegation problems. Win and we should be fine. Lose there and it really does start to get itchy. Plus we would have to honour of them I think being the only team after lockdown not to gain any points. I wouldn't put it another defeat beyond us but a win tomorrow will at least take the stress out the team and us fans.
|Dear players and staff|
at 17:16 27 Jun 2020
Over the past 3+ months a lot of us fans have been badly affected by the pandemic. We've lost family members, jobs and some of us haven't had furloughs or any real benefits. Some of us are struggling to get by or see any light at the end of the tunnel. Our one real 'joy' at the moment is having our football team back after all this.
The only problem is you haven't turned up. Well, that's not entirely true but a number of you haven't turned up yet! I know we are only 2 games into 9 but you have to understand that you giving your all has never been as important as it is right now.
As such can you please consider what the fans have gone through and the fact we can't even come to watch you.
You need to step it up and put a real shift in because it is the least us fans deserve! You ALL need to play like you care!
| Agents and intermediaries fees in the 2019/20 season|
at 14:25 25 Jun 2020
The FA have revealed that Championship clubs have paid a total of over £49 million in fees to football agents and intermediaries in the 2019/20 season.
We came in at 14th in terms of fees paid to agents/intermediaries totalling £1,272,603.
Not sure who we were paying for what but there you go.
Meanwhile Swansea were first with £5,1992,242 and Luton 24th with £298,140.
I guess it shows we are cutting our cloth a bit better but I would imagine the club wanting to get that figure down again next season.
Still, much better than the national debt of Cuba it was back when we got relegated from the Prem.
|Amos and Clarke extend loans till end of season|
at 10:42 22 Jun 2020
I'd really like to see Clarke get a few minutes for us this season. I am sure there is a player in there given half a chance. I know it seems futile as he will go back to Spurs but given a chance to impress and find some confidence perhaps he would be loaned back to us next season. Having looked back at what he did at Leeds given a chance he really has some talent.
|Palace players have definitely trained properly|
at 20:12 20 Jun 2020
So far at 2-0 up against Bournemouth. Bournemouth look very rusty and Palace look so much fitter and organised. Our boys take note of how sharp Palace look.
at 09:12 12 Jun 2020
Interested to see if we keep the lad for the last 9 games. There is undoubted talent there but it seems that there is something quite wrong with his progress. That said with the right chance he could rediscover the talent he obviously has and some confidence.
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|Of far more importance than the survival of our club... |
at 17:45 22 May 2020
Given that we are heading into June with the season still very much in the balance as to what is actually going to happen to complete it does anyone have any news on what will happen about next season's kit and if there will even be a new kit next season? Or a season next season for that matter?
at 22:25 8 Apr 2020
My dad, Paul passed away this morning at Watford General Hospital from cancer and Coved19. I hadn't been able to see him for 3 weeks because the hospital couldn't allow visitors, which I totally understand. He managed to hold on long enough to wish me happy birthday on the phone yesterday, for which I will always be truly grateful.
My dad took me to my first QPR game when I was 5 and we sat side by side at QPR through the bad times, the even worse times, the just plain awful times and the occasional amazing and 'why we all love QPR' times. 46 years we sat together with my dad asking me why certain substitutions had been made and others not, and why the manager had no idea what he was doing. But we loved it and it was so lovely to be with my dad sharing that. Even over the last year when my dad wasn't so feeling so good we would talk after every game and talk every day about what was going on at the club. He really loved Rangers and win lose or draw we just loved being there watching the game with all the great people we got to know around us. I have missed it and will miss it a lot.
The doctors, nurses, surgeons and everyone who looked after my dad are putting their lives on the line for us and I just wanted to recognise, having seen it all first hand, what an amazing group of people they are. Coved19 is really evil. Really evil. I've been stuck in 2 A&E lock downs and it really is a plague.
I will miss being at games with my dad but I have been lucky to spend so much of my life with him at our wonderful club.
Please stay safe out there everyone.
|Starting the keyboard warrior thing early|
at 21:48 13 Mar 2020
I have to say that having got ourselves to 50 points in early March, possibly knocking on the door of the play-offs that I am absolutely disgusted that we are still on 50 points 3 weeks later on the 3rd of April.
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