‘R’ Contributors

Sam

Editor

@samtaylorqpr

Hi I’m Sam and I’ve supported QPR my whole life. A bit about me: I support QPR. I think Heider Helguson was vastly underrated. My Dad made me leave the Liverpool game in 2015 at 2-0 down and we missed all three Rangers goals. I think Mark Warburton is a top guy. I once formed a religion around Bobby Zamora called the Zamorians. That’s me in a nutshell.

ben

Chief Correspondent

@bm_summer

I’ve been a writer since I was still at school, and ‘R’ Generation has been a great opportunity to pair this experience with my slightly more recently-discovered love of QPR! I write match reports here and there, and especially enjoy interviewing QPR staff and players to give us fans a behind-the-scenes look at the best club in London.

conor

Contributor

@conorjm

I’ve been going down Loftus Road since I was six I saw us beat Stockport County in the last minute. There’s been a load of high and lows from relegation to promotion’s at Hillsborough, Wembley and seeing us win the Championship. It’s a bit of a rollercoaster when it comes to supporting QPR but it’s always worth the ride. I’m currently a freelance sports journalist who covers various sports for national and local media outlets such as GAA (Gaelic Football and Hurling), Cricket and Football. Whilst at uni I covered QPR U23’s for uni news days and the QPR Women’s team for the club website.

josh

Contributor

@DeludedDonaghy

Josh, 20 been a qpr fan for just under 7 years, first game was QPR 2-4 MK Dons not a great start but never regretted supporting the Rs since, it’s memorable to say the least!

Oliver

Contributor

@OClaytinho

Hi, My names Olly and I’m 23 from Stevenage in Hertfordshire. I’ve been an Rs fans since I was a kid. I have been football mad since I was young and being from a family that is predominantly QPR, I couldn’t pick any other team and I wouldn’t want to. My favourite moment as a QPR fan was being at Wembley to witness Bobby Zamora send us to the premier league!

Alex

Contributor

@AlexBullamore3

I’m a lifelong QPR fan, I sit in the South Africa Road Stand and I’ve been a season ticket holder for 10 years.

Favourite QPR player of all time: Charlie Austin

Favourite current QPR player: Ebere Eze

Footballing pet peve: Fulham’s clappers (if you have no atmosphere in your stadium just sit in silence)

Louis

Contributor

@louismoir99

21 years old. West London. I support QPR.. the blame goes to my Dad for that decision. In all seriousness I couldn’t even think of supporting a different club, we’re just special and very unique.I’ve got a QPR blog going called The Future’s Bright in Blue and White. Can get all sorts on there but the main focus is the youth players at the club. @MoirBlogs on Twitter.

George

Contributor

@georgerawlings4

I’m George, I was roped into supporting QPR by my Dad and Grandad. Despite the heartache of supporting Rangers, I wouldn’t change it for the world. I’m currently studying for a masters degree in sports science while I work for the NHS, but more than anything I am obsessed with football kit history. My favourite ever player is Clint Hill and a fun fact is that I’ve played at Loftus Road.

Dylan

Contributor

@youngqprfan

I have supported QPR as long as I can remember and in terms of some of my best experiences as a fan so far, they’ve been things such as the season in which we won the championship league title and Promotion to the premier league, the Play-Off Final victory, as well as beating the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Everton and LiverpoolI!

I am always very proud to follow qpr for a wide variety of reasons, an example of a reason as to why I’m so proud to follow this team, is that I think that they are an excellent community-based club.

The home matches as a qpr fan, I think, are always an absolutely brilliant occasion and I have also been lucky enough to go and watch some very good away games. Including what is viewed as arguably the best final-day encounter in premier league history, a match where I was able to watch us stay in the premier league at the Etihad stadium against Manchester City.

I am currently studying Sports journalism at university and am looking forward to trying to write the best type of content which I can for the ‘R’ Generation.

I think that it’s a very interesting idea and that qpr fans of all ages should try and look out for its articles, content and ideas all the time!

Micah

Contributor

@unofficialmicah

I’m 21 years old and I’ve been supporting QPR as long as I can remember. My earliest memory of QPR is crying cause I wasn’t allowed to go and watch us get promoted at Hillsborough in 2004. My all-time favourite player is Lee Cook – when he left for Fulham was the second time I cried over QPR (and it wouldn’t my last). The highlight of my life is being flung down three rows of chairs after Bobby Z’s winner at Wembley.

Daniel

Contributor

@danlambert123

My name is Daniel, I am 17 years old and I am a qpr season ticket holder. I don’t think anything can beat the Play off final victory in 2014 and that is definitely my favourite QPR memory!

Lukas

Contributor

@_mr_qpr_

Hello QPR fans.
My name is Lukas Ross, I am 15 years old.
I have had a season ticket in block PL (Lower Loft) since the start of the 2015/2016 season.
I support QPR because a gargantuan amount of my family have followed the club since childhood.

I look forward to bringing you QPR content!

Conor

Contributor

@conormccrudden0

Hello. My name is Conor McCrudden, I’m 15 years old and I’m a fanatic QPR fan. I’m also starting my coaching badges in September and I’m thoroughly excited. I support QPR because of my Dad, As soon as he took me to my first game-a 4-0 win against Barnsley in that amazing 2010/11 season, I knew I was a superhoop and blue and white blood travelled through my veins.

LIAM

Contributor

@liamQPRfc_

I’m Liam and I’m an aspiring sports journalist. I have a massive love for QPR. I’ve always had a passion for football and have a particular interest in player and team analysis.

Liam

Contributor

@Liam_Clarke12

19 years old. Been a life long QPR fan and my passion is football.

George

Junior Hoop Correspondant

Hi! I’m George and I’m 12 years old. I’ve been to over 200 QPR games and am a season ticket holder in the upper loft.

I look forward to bringing you QPR content!