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  1. Community Trust Feedback

    I would be really grateful if you could spend a couple of minutes completing the following survey:

    It is with regards to the alcohol awareness match we ran at the Preston game. This would really assist the QPR in the Community Trust and the local Alcohol Action Team.

    The day had some good feedback but we would really appreciate some more fans feedback.

    Thank you :D
  2. Pete's Latest 22-10-2009

    Ready for you to watch now on our website.

    Scroll down to Pete's Latest video player and press play.

  3. All members please read (Important)

    Please change your password if it has not already asked you.

    I have been flooded with emails from members who are unable to login because they have forgot their username & password.

    Please write it down incase you have any problems.

    In order to change your pasword please follow the instructions below.

    Click on User CP

    Edit Your Details

    You will see Edit Email & Password.

    Thank you.
  4. Match Report

    Queens Park Rangers dazzled under the bright lights of Loftus Road tonight with a comprehensive victory over a Reading team lacking any confidence whatsoever. Rangers’ fluidity in possession and superior cutting edge dismantled an already unbalanced Reading with ease. It is obvious why Reading are languishing in the bottom half of the league, a side lacking pace, flair and direction...exactly all the components Jim Magilton has instilled into Rangers who are playing their best football in recent ...
  5. Reading Report

    Tuesday 20th October 2009
    The Coca Cola Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Referee: Andy Hall
    Attendance: 11,900
    Queens Park Rangers 4-1 Reading
    By The Godfather

    Queens Park Rangers starting line-up: Cerny, Ramage, Stewart, Routledge, Buzsaky, Gorkss, Watson, Faurlin, Simpson, Borrowdale, Taraabt.

    Reading starting line-up: Federici, Cisse, Mills, Gunnarsson, Tabb, Long, McAnuff, Kebe, Ingimarsson, Church, O’Dea.