QPR are looking to get some form together once the international break is over and they will aim to kick that off away at Fulham next week.
The R’s have impressed at times this season in the Championship but inconsistency is plaguing them and there’s also a real concern, rightly, about how many goals they are currently leaking at the back.
There’s work to do for the R’s at the moment, then, but they are far from adrift in terms of the play-off race and so the hope will be that they can sort their issues sooner rather than later and then climb the table – because there’s been a lot good happening at the club this year too.
One thing that hasn’t gone down well of late, though, involves an increase to the senior concession age that the club is planning to implement.
They’ve announced it on Twitter, and it will see over the coming decade the concession age – at which you get cheaper tickets – rise by well over 5 years.
Naturally, there’s been strong reaction to this so let’s see what has been said:
⚠️ Important information for senior #QPR supporters.
— QPR FC (@QPR) November 14, 2019
Seriously poor form @Amit_Bhatia99
— NYC PAUL (@paulQPR67) November 14, 2019
— Tony Ryan (@Tonyryan111) November 14, 2019
Unnecessary greed. We need every punter we can get through the gate.
— Norm (@QPRNORM) November 14, 2019
How petty is this? For the tuppence extra it will generate in our tiny stadium, the optics are really bad…
— doyougetme (@doyougetme) November 14, 2019
As someone who started paying adult prices when I reached 16 in 1984 (as there we no young adult concessions at that time), I'm going to be stung at both ends!
— Robin Jones (@robinjones6868) November 14, 2019
Poor decision clueless
— Lloyd (@hoops4321) November 14, 2019
— Rob Parslow (@tip4profit) November 14, 2019
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@Amit_Bhatia99 sort out this! I’m in my 30’s so not for me. We should look after older fans! Stop being greedy.
— qprvks (@TheRealVickyTea) November 14, 2019