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Friday, February 24, 2012

QPR Report Friday: The Tremendous Growth of QPR on Social Media...The New QPR Official Supporters Club (OSC) "Team"...Previews and Flashbacks

- (L-R) Rodney Marsh, Ian Morgan, Roger Morgan, Keith Sanderson, Ron Springett, Frank Clarke, Mick Leach, Ron Hunt, Tony Hazell, Mike Keen & Alec Stock - See series of further Great Photos from QPR's Unbelievable 1967-1968 Promotion Season (From the Bushman Archives)

- QPR REPORT MESSAGEBOARD - Visit the cutting-edge, football-only, QPR Report messageboard

- The Bushman QPR Photo Archives

- The New QPR Official Supporters Club (OSC) "Lineup"

- Next: Fulham - Previews...Past Shared Players...Past Videos...Updates

- Remaining Fixtures: Bottom Six Clubs

- On This Day: February 24: QPR Crash to Wimbledon and Gerry Francis Quits (Again)...39 Years Ago: FA Cup Loss to Derby County...5 Years Ago: Three New QPR Directors

- Great Photos from QPR's Unbelievable 1967-1968 Promotion Season (From the Bushman Archives)

- Ali Russell Exits Glasgow Rangers

- Neil Warnock Talking about "One Last Season" - and his heartache at QPR Axe

- Ex-Bristol City and Hereford Defender Off to Prison

Brand E Biz
Topping the Premier League social media rankings

Which Premier League football club can boast the fastest-growing Facebook page? Take a bow Queens Park Rangers, whose QPR page has seen a 234% spike since the season kicked off. The west London club currently sits in 11th spot in Freestyle Interactive’s Facebook rankings, with 49,000 ‘likes’.

And how has QPR managed to grow on social media?

The club tells Freestyle Interactive that it makes sure its Facebook page is kept topped up with content from live press conferences and match reporting, while QPR also makes efforts to get fans to share views online.

And what has social media done for QPR and its supporters?

“We are more transparent as a club, allowing fans to hear the latest news first via our official channels, and not the morning papers.”

English Premier League clubs now have a combined total of 50 million Facebook likes – though Manchester United make up just under half of this number with a huge 22 million likes. The league’s 20 clubs have a total of 3.2 million followers on Twitter.


- Two Year Flashback: Antonio Caliendo on the (Seeming) Departure of Flavio Briatore: "The Clown Has Left The Circus"

- Spot The Ball: The Answer!"

- On This Day in Football: February 23

- Football and QPR's Fight Against Homophobia

- Very Interesting David Conn/The Guardian re The Tax Man and Football Clubs and Portsmouth Layoffs and Manchester United and the Glazers' Debt

- Several Other photos of the Danny Shittu-Prince Charles Meeting!

- Jay Bothroyd Talking re QPR and Football

- 35 Years Ago Today: QPR's Losing League Cup Semi Final to Aston Villa - at Highbury

- On This Day in Football: QPR Sell Phil Parkes...Mark Lazarus Returns to QPR...Birthdays for Ian Dawes and Others

- 11 Years Ago: QPR's Managerial Search: Bruce, Jewell, Bassett!

- QPR, Fulham, Chelsea Police Chief: Hooligan Mentality and Football Violence Must End

- In Photos: The QPR Path to Wembley 1967 (From the Bushman Photo Archives)

- QPR Nostalgia: QPR's Unbelievable 1967/68 Season: Photos and Programme Notes. (From - of course - The Bushman Archives)

- Memories! Claims re Portsmouth/Administrator "Conflict of Interest"

- Tony Fernandes: Airline, F1 and QPR: The Profile of and Interview

- Football Aid 2012 – Play at Loftus Road. And Help Charity!

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