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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 until the rare occasion arises where they do something noticeable, reminding […]

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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 too optimistic to even entertain the concept in the first place, […]

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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 like Eze and Bright Osayi-Samuel are grabbing attention from the likes […]

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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 tempting to copy last week’s report, change the names of a […]

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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 Darren Pratley. I watched the entire game (somehow) and here are […]

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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 the lack of match sharpness or lack of team spirit, will […]

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Transfer Preview: 5 Players QPR should look into aquiring in the Summer Window…

Jackson Irvine – Hull City Jackson Irvine is a 27 year old midfielder who plays for championship strugglers Hull City.  The strong central midfielder standing at 6ft 2 in height is a fan favourite with Hull City fans who were disappointed to hear he will not be signing a new contract for the club. At […]

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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 success and very enjoyable for long suffering QPR fans. We had […]

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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 on loan at Middlesbrough last season. I will be outlining how […]

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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 = Not much he could do about the goal, but had a […]