The 2021/22 fixtures came out in June, so good timing for us to take a rapid gallop through what the next few months has in store for QPR fans as we contemplate the return to games.

 

Rodney Marsh was the darling of Loftus Road in the 1960s, as was Stan Bowles in the 70s. We dip into the archivesto bring you Brian Ford's unexpurgated verdict on QPR's most celebrated player in the '67 double-winning side.

 

Fast forward to a more modern era, and although not talked about in quite the same breath as the two above, Paul Furlong achieved cult status at QPR... eventually. Ray Eaton looks back on the second coming of a play-off hero.

 

Who thinks 'assists' are even a thing in the game? Well, Ray Eaton does, for one - and argues his case for why we should start taking more notice of them and who's racking them up.

 

Ian Holloway's first spell as manager was a defining period for a QPR side that had returned to the third tier of English football for the first time since 1967. Ian Carr recalls the Play-off Final in Cardiff, and promotion a year later.

 

And as always there's much, much more besides!

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ISSUE362 & OE16

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Published: 19th October in print/ coming soon online

 

64-page edition

all-new A4 size, in full & part-colour

available online & in print

one-click page turning, zoom features

also available to download as a pdf

Our third regular edition of the season - and yet another fulsome read. We have a moan about Sky once again messing with QPR's fixtures - to the extent that we find ourselves without a Saturday home game for over two months, which is a scandal, we're sure you'll agree. Ray Eaton looks at how QPR are viewed by supporters of other clubs, Ian Carr concludes his account of being a QPR fan since the 1960s, while Rod Linn reveals an unexpected recognition of his QPR top while running marathon in Japan. And, as ever, there's plenty more besides.