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#QPR v MILLWALL: Preview

QPR are back at the KPF on Saturday afternoon for the season opener after a very successful pre-season, with back-to-back wins against Manchester United and Cambridge, whilst drawing in a highly competitive 3-3 draw against Leicester City. That made us unbeaten in 3 games,…

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QPR vs LEICESTER: PREVIEW

In their final game of a positive pre-season the R’s host another Premier League side in the form of Leicester City. It is very rare for QPR fans to head into a new season with bags of confidence. Yet here we are just a…

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CAMBRIDGE VS #QPR: PREVIEW

After a dominant display on Saturday against Manchester United, QPR now travel to Cambridge United in the second pre-season fixture of the season.  What a day Saturday was for QPR fans. Firstly the return of Stefan Johansen on a permanent deal. In April I…

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STEFEN JOHANSEN JOINS #QPR!

Queens Park Rangers have confirmed the signing of formerly departed loanee Stefan Johansen after an impressive tenure in W12, someone who Mark Warburton wanted to make permanent, bolstering his midfield options; but also adding a unique skillset to the midfielders we already possess. Johansen,…

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‘R’ Chat w/ CHARLIE AUSTIN

At the tail-end of Charlie Austin’s unexpected loan spell at QPR, ‘R’ Generation had the chance to speak to him about his winning mentality, the importance of “controlled arrogance” and his ambitions for the club next season. Interview: Sam Taylor Writeup: Ben Summer “So…

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Last Chance To Shine: #QPRLUT Preview

It is a strange time to be an R’s fan. In the midst of illustrious form and results brimming in the league table of 2021 (that, is what only matters!) we find ourselves in indirect attendance of 48 games in all competitions this season…

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Mark Warburton: A Job Well Done

A win away at Middlesbrough yesterday, was a cagey, calamitous yet joyous affair – a true Queens Park Rangers spectacle if there ever was one. The win took us to 10th, something unexpected of myself and on behalf of the fanbase after enduring the…

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#QPR Over and Under: 3!

Just five games remain of QPR’s season, and with a top ten finish still a possibility despite a poor display against Rotherham, it is time for another look at who is performing well and who needs to up their game. As always let’s start…

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#REAQPR | MATCH PREVIEW | #QPR

WRITTEN BY DAN LAMBERT What a time to be alive. Perhaps I am being too hasty here, as the result on face value does not capture the game in full light- a tale of two halves, a mindboggling yet starstruck performance all in one.…

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#QPR v BARNSLEY: PREVIEW

With Barnsley chasing play-offs ahead of Wednesday night’s encounter at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, I spoke to Barnsley fan Carlo van de Watering from Reds Report about the Tykes’ season so far, and their chances of sneaking into the play-offs. Firstly Carlo, how…

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#QPR vs BRENTFORD: MATCH REPORT

QPR had a successful night under the lights at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, to come back from a goal down to win 2-1 against local rivals Brentford. At half time you would be forgiven (if you are a QPR fan) that we would…

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#QPRBLA | MATCH REPORT | BARBET BRILLIANCE

Written by Daniel Lambert QPR, the team that never wins away, came into this game following three consecutive away wins- the kind of form that needed replicating at the Kiyan Prince Foundation stadium against promotion chasing Blackburn Rovers. Both teams came into the game…

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‘R’ GENERATION #QPR GIVEAWAY

To celebrate ‘R’ Generation reaching 1,000 followers on twitter, the ‘R’ Gen team have decided to give away an official QPR 2020-21 Home Shirt with AUSTIN 45 on the back in whatever size our winner chooses! To enter our EXCLUSIVE competition, all you need…

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#QPR v WATFORD: PREVIEW

Written by Lukas Ross With Watford chasing automatic promotion ahead of Monday night’s game in front of Sky cameras, I spoke to Watford fan Emilia Scott about Watford’s season so far, and their chances of promotion, or, even better (for them) the automatics. Firstly…

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I’m smiling as I write this…

Written by Sam Taylor Right. So Charlie Austin is a QPR player once again and I’m smiling. I feel elated to the extent of which I immediately went to the QPR site and ordered a new Rangers shirt with ‘Austin 45’ on the back.…

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#QPR Over and Under

Written by Alex Bullamore With 2020 done for QPR after a battling draw with Norwich it’s about time to have another critical look at how the players are performing. Like last time I’ll start with those underachieving. Geoff Cameron Right now I can’t understand…

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THE ‘R’ GENERATION BUMPER CHRISTMAS SPECIAL!

The festive fixtures have arrived, QPR have taken two points from the last six games, and COVID is still a thing. Merry Christmas one and all. To bring some festive cheer to the situation, the ‘R’ Generation crew have put together a bumper Christmas…

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#QPR v Bristol City: Match Report

Is it too late to postpone the return of fans…? On the Eve of the end of a second lockdown it only seemed right to sit back and watch the R’s after an unjust result previous against Brentford. But please Boris can we get…

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#QPR v Brentford: Match Preview

By Alex Bullamore Tomorrow QPR play their third game in the space of seven days against local rivals Brentford. Some people look forward to these games, I don’t and I never really have. Back when we were more competitive against Brentford I hated it…

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#QPR v Watford: Match Report

by Lukas Ross An end-to-end encounter at the Kiyan Prince Foundation stadium ended 1-1. Despite a draw being fair, QPR had the chances to win it, and had a stonewall penalty dismissed with 6 minutes to go. The game started in a rather abysmal…

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#QPR: Over and Under

Written by Alex Bullamore As we’ve reached yet another international break, I thought it was a good time to look at some standout players. Some who have performed well and perhaps not so well so far. Starting with those underachieving… Yoann Barbet This is…

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#QPR vs Blackburn: Match Report

A result that feels like a sucker punch to me and probably to many other fellow Rangers fans. It’s never a nice place to go for us is Ewood Park. We never seem to get a result and Saturday was unfortunately no different. The…

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#QPR 3-2 Cardiff: Match Report

We just love playing Cardiff city at home don’t we! A 90 minute performance which encapsulated just about everything about being a Qpr fan. Literally from the sublime to the ridiculous and then back to the sublime again at the end just as we…

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Transfer Window Reviewed

As another jam-packed transfer window slams shut, corrospondent Alex Bullamore, takes an in-depth look at each of QPR’s new summer additions. George Thomas Let’s go back to the start shall we. Thomas became the first transfer of the summer signing in July on a…

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Ale Faurlin: What was and What Could’ve Been…

Written by Micah Chudleigh Football is a funny sport. I’ve said it a million times but football really is a funny sport – the storylines it creates, the moments it immortalises, the memories we’re left with. Sometimes you’re a whisker away from the success…

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Chasing the Cherries: Preview #QPR

QPR travel down to the South Coast as a very different side to the one that ended the 2019/20 campaign against West Brom. Much has been said about the club’s transfer business so far, but only in the last few minutes of the transfer…

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#QPR and The Famous Number 10

A FOOTBALLING LOVE AFFAIR Part I: Bowles & Taarabt Identity is truly an unquantifiable commodity in football. How do you go about acquiring an identity, if that’s even possible? Is it organically grown or is it conceived in a boardroom, before trickling down onto…

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‘R’ Roundup #1

Keeper Conundrums, soft goals and Amos Agony Welcome to my new biweekly column ‘R’ Roundup where I will be discussing the latest news and discussions within the QPR Realm which we all love and crave. This will be place for opinions which I hope…

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#QPR vs ‘Boro: Match Preview

Another weekend of football is fast upon us, as QPR welcome Middlesbrough to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium. Last week, after a great win at home against Forrest, the R’s fell short against a Coventry side we were expected to beat. Yet again actually…

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Coventry 3-2 #QPR: Match Report

It was all going so well, without really threatening the Coventry goal QPR were on top just lacking a cutting edge going forward. We had a massive amount of the ball and Coventry were not challenging when they eventually got the ball. Then on…

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What a win… #QPRFOR

That was probably the best start of season scenario that any man and his dog could have imagined for the Rangers, as we put 2 without reply past Forest. No bets were made this time though, as we played it safe with a wildly…

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#QPR: Are we there yet?

Written by Sam Taylor I was watching England the other night. As enthralling as our 1-0 victory over Iceland was, it gave me time to reflect on the players I was watching, how they got to the level they are, and just what might…

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Played Out in Plymouth: #QPR Match Report

Is the phrase “we need to be more clinical” familiar to anyone? It looks like Mark Warburton’s classic catchphrase will be trotted out a few more times this season. Today’s QPR performance against Plymouth Argyle was much of the same old story. The game…

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#QPR v Plymouth: Player Ratings

A frustrating day of football ends with Plymouth Argyle coming out on top in a 3-2 win for the Devon-based side. Here are my player ratings: Joe LUMLEY: 5.5/10: An underwhelming performance from the Rangers stopper. Not all too much he could’ve done about…

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What Next for Ilias Chair? #QPR

With another season in the Championship having hurtled towards a conclusion, QPR find themselves in the predicament of having several talented young players coming to a crossroads in their QPR careers, whilst the club itself continues to rebuild after several years of mismanagement in…

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Thank you Ebere👋 #QPR

Goodbye Ebere Eze… Written by Alex Bullamore So the day QPR fans have been dreading has arrived, after seasons of beautiful skill and wizardry, Ebere Eze has moved on. Make no mistake I’m proud and extremely happy for him, he deserves it. He’s carried…

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It’s R’s against the world!

Loftus Road/Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium has obviously been home to the R’s for many years and has seen the boys in the hoops play at various levels across the English football pyramid. But did you know QPR have played friendlies against three nations, with…

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Is Charlie Goode worth it?

With the window open and the rumours brewing this can only mean one thing. Transfers! With the arrival of George Thomas already there are even more rumours circulating to get QPR quick out of the block for the 2020/21 Championship season.  According to sources…

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#QPR Transfer Targets Assessed

The 2020 summer transfer window is finally open and for the first time in years Rs fans are optimistic. Despite the inevitable departures of both Ebere Eze and Bright Osayi-Samuel, the Rs quick bids and links with players have left Rangers fans excited to…

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#QPR Transfer Target?: Kieran Sadlier

It’s no secret that the talented QPR front line, including the likes of Ebere Eze and Bright Osayi-Samuel have caught the eye of bigger teams this season. Eze has a long list of potential suitors this summer, and with Osayi-Samuel seemingly heading to Club…

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Ryan Manning: What Next?

With another season in the Championship having hurtled towards a conclusion, QPR find themselves in the predicament of having several talented young players coming to a crossroads in their QPR careers, whilst the club itself continues to rebuild after several years of mismanagement in…

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#QPR vs WEST BROM: Match Report

Written by Lukas Ross Wow! That end of season scenario was unexpected. Sitting down in front of the TV with my dad, I did not expect what was about to come. My dad placed a £10 bet on us winning and Brentford and Fulham…

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#QPR vs WEST BROM: Preview

The Final Furlong… With West Brom still in the hunt to claim the final automatic promotion place, I spoke to West Brom fan Chris Lepkowski about West Brom’s season overall and the impact ex QPR players Austin and Furlong have had on them.   How…

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In reflection… #QPR 4-3 Millwall

Written by Liam Gleeson QPR’s 45th and final home game of the elongated Championship campaign saw them take on surprising play-off hopefuls (no one likes us, we don’t care) Millwall. A game which undoubtedly would have seen a packed out KPF, however during these…

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QPR 4-3 MILLWALL: Player Ratings #QPR

Written by Lukas Ross Well, that was entertainment at it’s finest! QPR defeated Millwall 4-3 in a very enthralling match, and both sides could easily have had more goals. Here are my player ratings: Joe LUMLEY: 6.5/10: Looked solid, distribution was good and quite…

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Return of the Matt: Millwall Preview

Written by Josh Donaghy Last Time Out Rangers travelled to Bedfordshire to take on Luton Town at Kenilworth Road in what was a much-improved performance against the hatters who are fighting for their championship status in the relegation battle. Rangers fell behind on 20…

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Looking Back: Jay Bothroyd

Written by Alex Bullamore In my last column I looked back at the short lived QPR career of Kieron Dyer, a player who undoubtedly had an unsuccessful time at QPR. This time I am again looking at another signing from the 2011-12 season, one…

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QPR vs LUTON: Player Ratings

Written by Lukas Ross That’s more like it! After several drab results, we are back on track with an enthralling 1-1 draw away at Luton. In a game that could have gone either way, we were on the back burner for quite a while…

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Bright Osayi-Samuel… What Next?

By Micah Chudleigh With another season in the Championship hurtling towards a conclusion, QPR find themselves in the predicament of having several talented young players coming to a crossroads in their QPR careers, whilst the club itself continues to rebuild after several years of…

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QPR 1-1 LUTON: Match Report

In reflection of our clash with Luton, Liam Gleeson gives his take on a slightly more encouraging result… After another dismal performance and result against Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend, QPR turned their attention to the trip to Kenilworth Road against relegation threatened Luton…

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QPR vs Luton: Preview

On Tuesday we face an old foe in Luton Town. Due to financial difficulties, sliding down the leagues and during their slide a 10 point deduction in the 07/08 season, and a gargantuan 30 point deduction the next; 20 for leaving administration without a…

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QPR vs SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY: MATCH PREVIEW

QPR Vs Sheffield Wednesday Preview: What Has Gone Wrong?Last week, we saw another miserable, toothless and quite frankly disgraceful performance away from home as we lost 1-0 To a Wigan Athletic side having problems off the field, courtesy of a Kieffer Moore goal on…

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QPR 0-1 WIGAN: Match Report

Lockdown football continues, and for a QPR fan it doesn’t seem to be getting any easier to watch. Yet another struggling team, this time Wigan, yet another 1-0 loss. In these behind closed doors games, QPR have employed a rather unusual tactic. We start…

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QPR 1-0 BORO: Match Report

QPR recorded their 7th away victory of the season after beating Middlesborough. Jordan Hugill netted for the Rs and a relatively decent defensive display against Boro saw Rangers take three points back to W12 with only their 6th clean sheet of the season. Not…

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QPR 1-0 BORO: Player Ratings

What an absolutely gargantuan win that was! Jordan Hugill netted a stunning goal, but injured himself in the process. Typical QPR. Anyway, here are the player ratings: Joe LUMLEY: 8/10: Commanded his defence superbly well on his return to the team and looked extremely…

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QPR vs BORO: Preview

On Sunday, we face an old friend of ours in Neil Warnock, who has recently taken the helm at Middlesbrough from Jonathan Woodgate who was dismissed after a 3-0 thrashing to Swansea on the return of the season. Neil Warnock provided us with one…

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When Will We Be Back?

I know that tomorrow the restaurants, the pubs and the bars are to open up again across the country, although the Football Stadiums for their fans don’t.  It’s been approximately 125 days since I went to watch QPR and I miss a lot of…

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The right tactics, executed poorly: An opinion

Before the game even started we knew Fulham were a possession based team; controlling the game, breaking down their opponents and finishing with one of their many top performing strikers this season. To our benefit, Fulham’s key striker Aleksander Mitrovic was unable to play…

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An Exclusive Interview with Paul Parker

Paul Parker spent four years at QPR in our back line, starting as a central defender before merging his way into becoming a top quality full back. He went on to play for Manchester United and represented his country 19 times at International level.…

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QPR 1-2 FULHAM: Match Report

More Mistakes cost the ‘R’s as Fulham keep their automatic hopes alive. Both teams came into the game under significant pressure to perform, having lost both games respectively since the restart. Fulham made two changes going into the game whilst QPR set up in…

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QPR 1-2 FULHAM: Player Ratings

Another disappointing defeat, this time at the hands of high-flying Fulham. Lukas Ross takes a look at how each player performed: Liam KELLY: 6/10: Made a few decent saves, but was largely at fault for the first goal. Little he could’ve done about Christie’s…

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QPR vs FULHAM PREVIEW

Last week, saw QPR continue a disappointing restart to our championship campaign with another lacklustre performance away at championship strugglers Charlton losing 1-0, Fans have questioned the players commitment and care to the cause with our play-off hopes almost certainly dashed, but with Derby…

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Marc Pugh: An Important Loss

The Indisputable Importance of Marc Pugh. Functional pragmatists seldom get the adulation they deserve on a football pitch. Dependable and consistent they are an unfashionable yet quintessential element of any team. They are a particular breed of footballer who performs their duties somewhat anonymously…

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The play-off pipe dream is over… What now?

In his first column for ‘R’ Generation, Ben Summer takes a look at the situation QPR find themselves in proceeding our second consecutive 1-0 loss after the lockdown period. QPR’s playoff hopes died not with a bang but with a whimper. It was probably…

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TRANSFER PREVIEW #2: A summer revamp?

Daniel Lambert selects five players he thinks Warbs should be looking into in pursuit of revamping his side to their full potential. As the season draws ever closer to an end, the transfer rumours and player interest draw ever closer. For QPR, young talents…

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QPR 0-1 CHARLTON: Match Report

Another dreary defeat, Alex Bullamore reflects: Another week, another disappointing performance, another 1-0 loss to a team at the bottom of the table. QPR’s second game in this bizarre version of the game we all love ends eerily similar to the first. It’s actually…

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QPR 0-1 CHARLTON: Player Ratings

QPR fall to another miserable defeat against low lying Charlton. Lukas Ross gives us his player ratings. Another 1-0 loss against a team in the closed off, esoteric unit that is the bottom 7. We were undone by the lower league journeyman that is…

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QPR vs CHARLTON: Match Preview

Last week, Queens Park Rangers got off to a lacklustre restart to championship football after a 1-0 home defeat to bottom of the table, Barnsley and it must be said it’s the worst I’ve seen us play all season. Whether that is down to…

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Looking Back: Kieron Dyer

In the first of his bi-weekly features, Alex Bullamore takes a look back at recent Rangers history to evaluate some ex-players and their time at the club. In 2011 QPR returned to the top flight of English football, the prior season was a complete…

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Hugill: Should he stay or should he go?

To many QPR fans, Hugill has been a revelation to our season scoring 14 goals across 35 appearances for the R’s this season averaging a goal every two and a half games which is a good record for a striker who struggled massively whilst…

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Barnsley Defeat: Player Ratings

Lukas Ross ranks our losing Rangers after a dissapointing defeat at the hands of low lying Barnsley… After a massively underwhelming performance, Rangers were second best against the basement club once again. FULL TIME: QPR 0-1 Barnsley PLAYER RATINGS: Liam Kelly = 6.5/10 =…

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QPR 0-1 BARNSLEY: Match Report

After a dissapointing return to compettitive football, Micah takes a look at today’s result from his perspective… Football is back! Since Ebere Eze scored QPR’s third against Preston in their final game before life as we know it was suspended, the world seems an…

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Reasons to not be miserable

Fan Alex, takes a look at reasons QPR fans should stay in high spirits as the season is set to resume on Saturday. Saturday 20th sees the return of championship football. I can’t lie I’m excited, I really wanted the season to be finished…

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Barnsley Preview

QPR fan Oliver assesses our upcoming opponents as the Championship season gets back underway on Saturday… Football is back and the Rs get their season back underway on Saturday at the earlier time of 2pm as they take on Barnsley at the KPF stadium.…

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Our Season So Far…

Before the season restarts again for the remaining 9 games, Young fan Conor, reflects on our season so far and his vision for Mark Warburton’s blue and white army. When I heard that the former Brentford and Rangers manager Mark Warburton was taking the…

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‘R’ Generation: An intro

Welcome to ‘R’ Generation. A new hub for Queens Park Rangers content all produced from the fans you wouldn’t normally hear from. Sometimes, younger QPR fans can feel isolated by the more prominent fan pages who speak from the perspective’s of fans who have…

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