Those included Champions League winners in Djibril Cisse, Ji-sung Park, Bosingwa, Julio Cesar and Rio Ferdinand, along with Premier League winners such as Shaun Wright-Phillips and Fabio. [via TransferMarkt]
While many of those came and went at the club in a relative flash, one constant in the QPR squad throughout that time was Clint Hill, the defender who made 185 appearances for the R’s between 2010 and 2016.
The 40-year-old is returning to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium in the role of guest speaker in the W12 hospitality suite for the game against Brentford on October 28th.
Hill, who is now assistant manager to ex-QPR player Joey Barton at Fleetwood Town, tweeted via @clinthill29 that he was “looking forward to coming back” to the club where he earned two promotions to the Premier League.
— Clint Hill (@clinthill29) October 8, 2019
These QPR fans on Twitter are very much looking forward to having the former defender back at the club later this month:
That’s fantastic.A true Ranger.
— brasso2 (@brasso23) October 8, 2019
Could you bring your boots and play a couple of games to show how defending should be done?
— Steve (@SJThomas_) October 9, 2019
— Rene Kunisch (@10MagicHat) October 8, 2019
Are you available to play at centre back if needed?
— Nick B (@LondonArt1) October 8, 2019
— marty (@martymitch_) October 8, 2019
Love you Clint. A QPR legend
— Rob Mungavin (@robmungavin) October 9, 2019
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