Nahki Wells left QPR the first time with unfinished business - but not the second time, as Ray Eaton recounts.

 

As Chris Guy takes over as the official club historian, Chris himself tells us why he was happy to accept the offer.

 

No London Marathon this year due to Covid-19, but Simon Mayes reveals that didn't stop the QPR Runners group.

 

It's been a mixed bag for Rangers in between the two international breaks. We assess all seven games in-depth.

 

Remember 2003? THAT night home to Oldham. The Play-off Final against Cardiff? Gareth Ainsworth winning Goal of the Season? Matt Fairfax does, as we dip into the archives for a full review of those heady twelve months.

 

Ray Eaton recalls the night Michael Robinson wrote himself into QPR folklore with THAT goal at Stamford Bridge.

 

Ever wondered when and how QPR came into being? Lars Norlin continues his historical research.

 

What constitutes success for a manager? And how does that square with Mark Warburton's 18 months in charge? Editor Dave Thomas considers both...

 

...as do various Rangers fans, who offer up the opinions on the manager and the team's recent form.

 

And much more besides!

 

 

 

 

 

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!

The Curate's Egg

Good in parts, not so much in others

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Published: Monday 16th November 2020

bumper 90-page edition

164 pages including large print section

all-new A4 size, in full colour

exclusively online only

one-click page turning, zoom features

In a bumper 90-page edition, here is just some of what's in it:

What's In It?

Ooops, we've done it again... another bumper edition, that is. And as always it's full to the brim with all sorts of QPR-related reading. No good at all if you support Liverpool or Arsenal... but perfect if you just happen to be a fan of that team they call the Rangers...

 

Oh you do? Well, that's handy.

 

So apart from the usual array of asides, quizzes, puzzles and QPR-related 'Shorts' and 'Snapshots', what will you find in Issue 05?