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Friday, July 01, 2011

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- Throughout the day, the QPR Report Messageboard has news updates, comments and perspectives - even links to other board comments of interest re QPR matters (on and off the field) along with football (and ONLY football) topics in general....Also Follow: QPR REPORT ON TWITTER

- Ex-QPR Man Appointed Assistant Manager of Cardiff!

- Bothroyd in Dispute With Cardiff Fans

- Year Flashback: Clint Hill Joins QPR (along with Additional Coaches)

- Year Flashback: Shaun Derry Joins QPR

- Three Year Flashback: Di Carmine Joins QPR

- Price of Junior Kit at Premiership Clubs

- Birmingham Owner arrested in Hong Kong Over Money-Laundering Charges

- The Brainchild of a QPR Fan! September 3rd is Non-League Day

- QPR Friendlies in Italy

- Supposedly sought-after-by-QPR, Italian Defender Fabio Cannavaro WILL be leaving Al Ahli after all

QPR Official Statement - NEIL WARNOCKPo
Thu 30 Jun 2011

he Club is aware of rumours circulating today with regards to the future of QPR Manager Neil Warnock.

The Club would like to make it clear that Neil Warnock has not resigned from his post and is continuing to work hard behind-the-scenes ahead of the R's return to pre-season training next week.

Speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk, Warnock was keen to set the record straight, commenting: "We've targeted a number of players during the last few weeks and although we've missed out on some, the Board are continuing to work hard to assist me in bringing new additions to the Football Club.

"I'm confident that we'll have a few new players on board in the next couple of weeks.

"With regards to my own position, I'm really excited about the challenge that lies ahead next season and I can't wait for pre-season training next week."

We would once again advise QPR supporters to ignore idle speculation and reiterate that news is only official once it appears via our communication channels, including www.qpr.co.uk QPR

Meanwhile ....

QPR1st Supporters Trust www.qpr1st.co.uk

OSC Secretary's resignation sparks rumours of mass walkout

QPR1st understands Linda Favell has resigned from her position as Secretary of the Official Supporters Club. It is understood that other members of the OSC Committee have followed suit and stepped down.

The committee is currently made up of the following: Karen Hampshire, Zach Hampshire, Brian Ahearne, Linda Favell, Rebecca Favell, Brian Patterson, Simon Patterson and Ian Stenning. It's unclear at this stage, who the others are who have resigned, but if true, we presume elections will be arranged by the Club to create a new committee.

The OSC recently met with the Club on June 3rd 2011 to raise their concerns about the ticket pricing for the 2011/2012 season, amongst other issues surrounding the governance of the Club.

On Monday the Club published minutes from the meeting that Linda Favell has stated on message boards, were not written by her, and which she claims did not reflect the entire content of the meeting.

More recently the Club have been using the OSC as a vehicle and mouthpiece for the fans and has refused to meet independent supporters groups on a one-to-one basis, which in the past has occurred on a regular basis. We continue to regret that the Club currently is reluctant to continue with this practice.

QPR1st remains extremely concerned by the Club's inability to engage with its supporters and it's clear that communication levels have now reached a total breakdown between the Club and its fans, irrespective of whether it's an independent supporter group or one that is affiliated to the Club, such the OSC.

We are also saddened to hear that the Club is publishing incomplete, inaccurate and potentially false accounts of the meeting. There are unsubstantiated rumours at this time that not all of the OSC members listed as in attendance in the minutes were actually present at the meeting, and that the Club are deliberately manipulating material to provide a picture to their liking that does not reflect reality.

The Club continues to generate its own negative press by its actions and a mass walkout for its own affiliated Official Supporters Group is the first in the OSC's 75 year history and an embarrassing reflection of how poorly the Club is handling governance matters currently.

QPR1st will try to establish the facts behind the meeting and will write to the Club seeking their position on the matter as well. QPR1st

- QPR Official Supporters Club Committee (Requires Updated, in light of reported Resignations)

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