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Friday, May 18, 2012

QPR Report Friday: The New Kits...No Crest Change This Year...Season After Next All Hoops...Premiership Attendances: QPR Bottom...Antonio Caliendo's Book!




QPR Chairman Tony Fernandes Tweets today
  - Just to much going on so no to change to badge for next year. Notes taken on away kit. I like dennis the menance. We will look at that for 2013. Lotto 2 years. No orange and 3rd kit will be changed. Lead time for lotto is. 8 months.

   " Sponsorship , pre season tour and season ticket prices all be announced in next 7 days. New kit will be available in july I think

    I agree. Just no time. Next year. We have hoops for all 3 shirts. As long as other shareholders and phil mark agree which I'm sure they will.

QPR - Malaysia Pre-Season - "Ruben Gnanalingam  QPR Pre-season Tour is coming to Sabah, Malaysia. Details to be released soon"

   Football 365 - Premiership - Average Attendance Rankings

1Manchester United (2)19143235875627753877576999.4%
2Arsenal (3)19114000660111600006043299.2%
3Newcastle United (5)1994877752389499365238795.3%
4Manchester City (1)1989385148000470454800098.0%
5Liverpool (8)1984080845071442534536297.5%
6Chelsea (6)1978808941830414784205598.6%
7Sunderland (13)1974281347751390954900079.7%
8Tottenham Hotspur (4)1968450136274360263631099.2%
9Aston Villa (16)1964359040053338734255179.6%
10Everton (7)1963133339517332284039482.2%
11Stoke City (14)1951729027789272262838495.9%
12Norwich City (12)19504409268192654826034101.9%
13Wolverhampton Wndrs (20)1948776327447256722852589.9%
14Fulham (9)1948057625700252932570098.4%
15West Bromwich Albion (10)1947116526358247982800388.5%
16Bolton Wanderers (18)1944972926901236702872382.4%
17Blackburn Rovers (19)1942847426532225513136771.8%
18Swansea City (11)1937897820605199462050097.2%
19Wigan Athletic (15)1935403822187186342513874.1%
20Queens Park Rangers (17)1932861318076172951914890.3%

1Norwich City (12)19504409268192654826034101.9%
2Manchester United (2)19143235875627753877576999.4%
3Arsenal (3)19114000660111600006043299.2%
4Tottenham Hotspur (4)1968450136274360263631099.2%
5Chelsea (6)1978808941830414784205598.6%
6Fulham (9)1948057625700252932570098.4%
7Manchester City (1)1989385148000470454800098.0%
8Liverpool (8)1984080845071442534536297.5%
9Swansea City (11)1937897820605199462050097.2%
10Stoke City (14)1951729027789272262838495.9%
11Newcastle United (5)1994877752389499365238795.3%
12Queens Park Rangers (17)1932861318076172951914890.3%
13Wolverhampton Wndrs (20)1948776327447256722852589.9%
14West Bromwich Albion (10)1947116526358247982800388.5%
15Bolton Wanderers (18)1944972926901236702872382.4%
16Everton (7)1963133339517332284039482.2%
17Sunderland (13)1974281347751390954900079.7%
18Aston Villa (16)1964359040053338734255179.6%
19Wigan Athletic (15)1935403822187186342513874.1%
20Blackburn Rovers (19)1942847426532225513136771.8%


Posted on: Thu 17 May 2012

It's very much a case of 'out with the old and in with the new' this summer, as we wave goodbye towww.qpr.co.ukin its current form.

Indeed, as well as the prospect of Barclays Premier League football for another season at least, R's fans can also look forward to a brand-spanking new website come July.

The change comes after Football League Interactive agreed a deal with world-leading technology firm SapientNitro to replace Perform Group and provide websites for its Clubs - including QPR.

No longer will the majority of teams in England's top four divisions share a generic website template, as is currently the case.

Instead, SapientNitro - working with its new clients - have provided Clubs with a whole host of different designs to choose from.

In the case of QPR, we have opted for the 'Action' lens; a contemporary and visually-stimulating platform that we feel is best to stamp the Club's history and image upon.

Comprehensive pre, live and post-match centres will be just a few of the various new features, with the site set to be given a complete overhaul.

Make sure you stayed tuned over the close season to see your new-lookwww.qpr.co.ukgo live. QPR


The Drum - August 18, 2011

Football League Interactive appoints SapientNitro to build next generation digital platform

SapientNitro has signed a multi-million pound deal with the Football League Interactive (FLi) to build a next generation digital platform for its member clubs.

The new platform, which will be delivered in the lead up to the 2012/2013 season, is expected to offer greater individuality for clubs and provide enhanced sponsorship opportunities. It will be optimised for speed and based on SDL Tridion, a Forrester Wave leading web content management system.

Ian Ritchie, chairman of FLi, said: “FLi is proud to be at the vanguard of digital development providing the very best products for the millions of football fans in our network. We are extremely excited about working with SapientNitro who will provide the necessary means for us to continue pushing the boundaries of our range of digital platforms.”

Perform Group will continue to provide video and audio services, such as the Club Player subscription product which has over 80,000 global subscribers" - The Drum

\David McIntyre/West London Sport re Buzsaky & Hill

Akos Buzsaky is considering his future after being offered a one-year contract by QPR.

Several Championship clubs have expressed an interest in the Hungarian, who had hoped to be offered a longer-term deal with higher wages.

Buzsaky, whose current contract ends this summer, made 21 appearances for the R’s last season, scoring two goals.

Clint Hill, another Rangers player whose contract is about to expire, has also been told he will be offered a new deal.  West London Sport


Angelo Balanta, Michael Harriman, Aaron Lennox and Taylor Parmenter have all been offered new contracts to stay at Loftus Road. Bruno Andrade (pictured) has also been offered a one-year extension to his existing agreement. Elsewhere, Elvijs Putnins has had his contract cancelled by mutual consent with immediate effect.Young professional Luke Olley will not be offered a new deal.The Club will be making further announcement with regards to player movement in due course. QPR



BBC - Neil Warnock defends record at former club QPR

Neil Warnock says QPR would have finished in the top half of the Premier League had the club given him money to spend before the season started.
Warnock led Rangers to the top flight in 2011 but was sacked in January after a winless run of eight league games.
After his departure the west London side bought strikers Bobby Zamora and Djibril Cisse and new boss Mark Hughes managed to stave off relegation.
"I more than played my part in QPR staying up," Warnock told BBC Sport.

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I'm very proud I managed to take QPR back into the Premier League [but] disappointed I didn't get £14m to spend in January
Neil Warnock

"My contribution was to win three away games which helped no end to keep QPR where they are.
"I felt we were the better of the three teams that went up and if we had done business last summer we would have been in the top half of the table, quite easily."
Rangers lost to Manchester City on the last day of the season but Bolton's draw with Stoke meant Hughes's side stayed up.
Afterwards, owner Tony Fernandes said his decision to replace Warnock with Hughes had "been vindicated".
Warnock responded: "I get on well with Tony and still speak to him and people have to say things to justify what they've done.
"But you just have to look at how many points we got, how many points I got, how much money I spent.
"I thought I'd be contemplating retiring at this stage in the season having kept QPR up, I'm still convinced that's what I would have done and I think all the QPR fans would be behind me in that."
Warnock, who is now at Championship side Leeds, added that managing QPR "was probably the hardest job I've ever had".
He added: "It was very difficult as a manager. To do what we did in such a short space of time without spending a lot of money was fantastic.
"I'm very proud I managed to take them back into the Premier League [but] disappointed I didn't get £14m to spend in January." BBC

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