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Issue 384

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In a packed 64-page edition we reflect on a three-match unbeaten run and come to the conclusion that Rangers' Championship fate lies very much in the team's own hands. Ray Eaton discusses the 'mash-up' shirt and decides he doesn't like it at all; while our main feature article is Joanne Connolly's interview with 70s icon and QPR fan Robin Askwith.  And as always, there is much, much more  besides.

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Issue 383

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In a packed 64-page edition we recall Robbie Hart and THAT home game against Manchester United, plus the demise of the FA Cup and more questions than answers about FFP. We dissect the half-dozen QPR games between Southampton and  Watford - and get the verdict of Rangers fans on our prospects of avoiding League One next season; plus much, much more as always...

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Issue 382

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In this, our Christmas & New Year issue, a full 64-page edition, we pay tribute to the late, great Terry Venables, looking back on his time at QPR as both a player and manager, and at his influence at Barcelona. We reflect on the fixtures since the previous issue, a period in which Rangers discovered how to win again. Plus there's a giant, almost impossible lyrics quiz to tackle. All this and much more besides.

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Issue 381

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In this, our fourth 64-page edition of the 2023/24 season, we welcome Marti Cifuentes as the new QPR manager, and assess the immediate difference to the team under him. We also canvass QPR fans for their views on the managerial change. Very sadly, we mark the passing of a QPR legend in the late, great Terry Venables, with fuller tributes to follow in Issue 382. All this and much more besides.

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Issue 380

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In this, our third 64-page edition of the 2023/24 season, we conclude - accurately, as it turned out, within two days of publication, that Gareth Ainsworth's tenure as QPR manager was in its last days. We assess in some detail the nine long weeks since things had really come to a head for him. Elsewhere, Ray Eaton analyses our dismal home record in the past year - and, as always, there's plenty more QPR-related material throughout a packed issue.

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Issue 379

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In this, the second 64-page edition of the 2023/24 season, we assess QPR's start to the season - and conclude that all might not be quite the doom and gloom many (especially our own fans!) predicted. Elsewhere, Rob Denham introduces us to his son, James, who sadly lost his life at the age of just sixteen.  In our main feature article, Ray Eaton pays tribute to the late Trevor Francis, focusing mainly on his career as player and manager at QPR. As always, there's plenty more besides.

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Issue 378

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In this, the first edition of the 2023/24 season, we assess QPR's prospects for the new campaign. No spoilers - but let's just say confidence isn't particularly high. It's not all doom and gloom, though, as we also look back on last season. Oh hang on, it is mostly gloomy then, especially as we pay tributes to John Hollins,  Trevor Francis  and Marcus Howells, 'Mark Merthyr'  of QPR de Cymru fame. As ever, there's lot more besides in a new look publication. Well, slightly redesigned anyway!

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Plus many, many more (all the way back to 1987!*)

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*but not all available

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