Queens Park Rangers have had an indifferent ten years or so that has seen them experience multiple promotions and relegations.
The Hoops started the decade with strong ambitions of cementing themselves in the Premier League and splashed the cash on some expensive talents – some of whom flopped massively.
In the Premier League, the ambitions didn’t turn into fruition, with some players not playing for the shirt, but the money.
The decisions off the pitch have been questionable – some have been excellent whereas some have been terrible.
A few managers have entered the door and struggled to get the results needed to thrive in the modern game.
Now, Rangers are a standard Championship team, and promotion seems miles off, despite their recent run of results.
Here, we look at the best three decisions made at Loftus Road in the last ten years.
Do you agree, or can you think of a better decision that has been made off the pitch that has strongly influenced proceedings on the pitch?