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QPR fans 00:00 - Oct 27 with 3342 viewsSuperhoop83

I have heard some criticism of our team at Loftus Road over the past 40 years and a lot of it has come from me - you need to vent at them at times.

However, tonight I sat in a part of the Upper Loft where I've never sat before and I found myself in the company of two extremely loud and unhappy football "experts".

The bloke directly behind me started bellowing into the back of my head just 5 minutes into the match at every perceived failing of the players and the formation. Having seen him later, when I dared to turn around, I doubt he has ever played the game in his life - and if he has he wouldn't have kept in play the ball he berated Kakay for not keeping in, calling him a lazy bastard in the process.

The other bloke, who must have been on something unless he really is like that, provided a deafening commentary throughout the evening, standing up and berating everyone and, during the penalty shoot out, obsessing loudly about the Sunderland keeper's water bottle.

Maybe fans are just more critical and vocal these days, but I won't be sitting in that block ever again.

Suffering since 1978.

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QPR fans on 00:10 - Oct 27 with 3280 viewsFredManRave

Can't believe you got to stand so close to daveB and Brian McCarthy.

I've got the Power.
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QPR fans on 08:58 - Oct 27 with 2957 viewsmcqpr10

I thought the fans were superb today.

People allowed an opinion. Whether they are right or you are who knows? Moaning about standing- it's entertainment! People get carried away.
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QPR fans on 09:17 - Oct 27 with 2886 viewsBrianMcCarthy

QPR fans on 00:10 - Oct 27 by FredManRave

Can't believe you got to stand so close to daveB and Brian McCarthy.


I apologise.

DaveB led me astray.

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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QPR fans on 09:28 - Oct 27 with 2834 viewsCliveWilsonSaid

It’s definitely not a new thing.

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QPR fans on 09:44 - Oct 27 with 2766 views1MoreBrightonR

Dont think its a new thing, but tonight was a good reminder for me to stick to my usual season ticket seat because you never know who you will be around. Moved to the back of S A Road and had 4 or 5 people around us who just hated Kakay. Dont get me wrong, he had a pretty bad game, but they were on him from kick off and it was relentless.

A few choice lines were before he did anything and got the ball, one shouted "now don't fk up like usual Ossay" and "you're the most useless fking c**t ive wearing the fking shirt in my life". lovely stuff.

Then when he did do something good (cross for Austin for example) "fck me, he's done something good". BUT, as said above, don't think this is new.
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QPR fans on 09:50 - Oct 27 with 2738 viewsSuperhoop83

QPR fans on 08:58 - Oct 27 by mcqpr10

I thought the fans were superb today.

People allowed an opinion. Whether they are right or you are who knows? Moaning about standing- it's entertainment! People get carried away.


It wasn't the standing up that was the problem.

I agree this has always been around but last night was something else, in my experience.

Suffering since 1978.

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QPR fans on 09:54 - Oct 27 with 2698 viewsdaveB

QPR fans on 00:10 - Oct 27 by FredManRave

Can't believe you got to stand so close to daveB and Brian McCarthy.


That does sound like me 10 years ago
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QPR fans on 09:56 - Oct 27 with 2689 viewsrobith

tbh anytime I mention fans slating our own team, my dad tells me he used to sit in front of a guy who turned up to every game and called Stan a c**t for 90 minutes, so it's not a new phenomenon
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QPR fans on 10:00 - Oct 27 with 2667 viewsLythamR

OP brings back a memory from childhood of my Dad berating Frank Clarke eventually he was told to button it by a woman a few seats along who turned out to be Clarkes wife!
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QPR fans on 10:58 - Oct 27 with 2498 viewsHayesender

Tbh, I'm finding it a bit tedious over in Y block.

A lot of the fans over there and in X block seem to spend the entire game singing such gems as

"Does she take it up the arse"

"Does your boyfriend know you're here"

And singing "get your tits out for the lads" at girls who are barley in their teens.

Now I'm no angel, and have said and done things in the past that I cringe about now, but surely they'd be better off actually watching the game and encouraging the team?

Or am I just turning into a boring old fart?

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QPR fans on 11:02 - Oct 27 with 2476 viewsBournemouthR

did you also have the misfortune of sitting near the bloke moaning at Amos for the majority of the game? Strange bloke
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QPR fans on 11:11 - Oct 27 with 2429 viewsHastings_Hoops

QPR fans on 10:58 - Oct 27 by Hayesender

Tbh, I'm finding it a bit tedious over in Y block.

A lot of the fans over there and in X block seem to spend the entire game singing such gems as

"Does she take it up the arse"

"Does your boyfriend know you're here"

And singing "get your tits out for the lads" at girls who are barley in their teens.

Now I'm no angel, and have said and done things in the past that I cringe about now, but surely they'd be better off actually watching the game and encouraging the team?

Or am I just turning into a boring old fart?


There be monsters in y-block - rather like the twilight zone at the bottom of the pacific.
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QPR fans on 11:11 - Oct 27 with 2427 viewsLythamR

QPR fans on 10:58 - Oct 27 by Hayesender

Tbh, I'm finding it a bit tedious over in Y block.

A lot of the fans over there and in X block seem to spend the entire game singing such gems as

"Does she take it up the arse"

"Does your boyfriend know you're here"

And singing "get your tits out for the lads" at girls who are barley in their teens.

Now I'm no angel, and have said and done things in the past that I cringe about now, but surely they'd be better off actually watching the game and encouraging the team?

Or am I just turning into a boring old fart?


Careful you are sounding a bit like King Lear :)

"We have seen the best of our time: machinations, hollowness, treachery, and all ruinous disorders, follow us disquietly to our graves."
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