Published: v Huddersfield, 10th August 2019
In a packed 80-page bumper edition, we look forward to the new season, with a comprehensive club-by-club preview and our 'all guesswork' predictions for the season!
Naturally, we focus most on QPR. A new manager, almost a new squad - and a good deal more optimism going into the 19/20 season than there was in the weeks leading up to it. Plenty of views and opinions, and general discussion on all this from our regular columnists and contributors alike across the edition.
We also review last season at length, charting the high points and the many low points; along with the final stats and player ratings, compiled from watching every game, home and away.
Throw in a host of asides and you end up with a fulsome publication that will interest and entertain in equal measure - its mix of current and retro material a must for any self-respecting QPR fan.
Try it and see for yourself why AKUTR's is held in such high regard, not just with our loyal band of readers but in the wider footballing world. Even after 32 years of continuous publication, we are still striving to make the fanzine even bigger and even better.
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Further details of the final content will appear once we have a completed publication to put to bed. Watch this space!
Wishing the players, management and staff of QPR a successful 2019/20 - and an enjoyable, re-affirming season to all QPR fans. Come on, you R's!
Also on sale: v Bristol City EFL Cup, 13th August 2019
v Swansea, 21st August 2019
Subscriber update - Issue 351
All UK, European subscription copies, as well as subscription copies to Australia, Japan & Hong Kong have now been dispatched.
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Issue 352 is is being aimed for publication v Wigan on August 24th, but see red notice above.
Walking to QPR gives me the freedom and time to think and to reminisce; to walk down memory lane as my feet pound the path. Sometimes I don’t even need to think at all but just switch off, follow the rhythm of my feet and enjoy the somnolent and bucolic surroundings. As a football-supporting friend, and fellow enthusiast of the outdoors, put it succinctly when I told him of my wanderings, “You’ve got the whole day off, peace and quiet, a good walk and, what’s more, a goal to aim for.” Exactly.
Due to machinery failure just ahead of the Huddersfield game, we had insufficient copies of Issue 351 with us on the day. Although on sale v Bristol City three days later, we are relying on playing catch up (or at least limiting the damage) at the Swansea home fixture (August 21st). If that proves to have been hopeful, we will need to delay the planned publication of Issue 352 until next month, rather than v Wigan (August 24th). These things are sent to try us...
(Now in) Issue 352