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2 questions QPR fans will be thinking to themselves right now…



Life for football fans has become rather boring these past weeks after all action was suspended until the end of April thanks to recent events.

For QPR, it will perhaps not prove as problematic as it will for others in the hot-spots in the Championship. The R’s currently sit in 13th with nine matches remaining, 11 points clear of relegation and six behind the play-offs.

Their fans will still be eager to see a return of the action, however, even if the remaining games are nine dead rubbers.

Here, we take a look at TWO questions they will be thinking to themselves right now…

What does the summer hold?

As mentioned above, there is not a lot left for QPR to play for this season. A play-off place is not out of the question but given their tendency for inconsistency this season.

So thoughts may well be turning to the summer or, specifically, the transfer window – as it may well not happen during the summer now.

With the likes of Ebere Eze, Bright Osayi-Samuel and Illias Chair all catching the eye so far, there is expected to be plenty of interest around the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

QUIZ: Can you name the player who scored the first QPR goal in each of the last 16 seasons?

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Who scored the opening goal of this season v Stoke City?

Good or bad?

Many fans will be wondering whether this suspension will prove to be a good or bad thing for their clubs and the QPR faithful will be no different.

Prior to the suspension they were in a rich vein of form, unbeaten in six matches and winning three of them, so obviously the hope will be that they can return to that form straight away.

Some reassurance may come from the fact that they won five of their eight games when the season started back in the summer. Could they see a similar start after a different sort break?

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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