Running On Empty

The return of fans seems as far away as ever


Published: Wednesday 14th October 2020

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We're back... and with a bang! The Covid-19 pandemic and the resumption of football behind closed doors means that we have finally gone online. For now, unable to publish a print edition of AKUTR's, we are only available online. When the country's biggest spectator sport, including our own beloved club, once again allows spectators through the door, we'll be both in print and online.

In a bumper 110-page edition, here is just some of what's in it:

What's In It?

Playing behind closed doors - a whole new experience

How QPR fans have coped with lockdown and view the resumption

Feature columns on away trips to Preston and Nottingham Forest

Remembering 2010/11 - and a certain Moroccan maverick

So where were we when 2019/20 was put on hold?

Late agony - those last-minute goals conceded that proved a killer

Reasons to be cheerful with the reserves and academy players coming through

Puzzles & quizzes, a dip into the archives; QPR shorts; Josh Scowen; finances

and a whole lot more besides!

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In Issue 04, the October edition, we look at QPR's form so far this season - and ask Rangers fans what they have made of a mixed start. Columnist Dave Barton is happy enough - but still not being able to go games makes it all too flat for comfort. Ray Eaton reveals how he spent lockdown - and we reproduce a chapter from his new book (oops, what a giveaway!). Lars Norlin tells the first part of the history of Christ Church Rangers... and as ever, there's much more besides, a huge variety of columns, articles, features, puzzles, quizzes  & asides.