‘R’ Contributors




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.


Chief Correspondent


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.




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, 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!




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!




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)




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.




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.




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!




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.




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!




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!




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.




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.




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


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!