Queens Park Rangers have enjoyed a decent season so far, with Mark Warburton’s men still in with a shout of a top six finish.
The R’s have caught the eye with their attacking football and they are the third top scorers in the Championship. That good football, combined with more stability off the pitch and youngsters coming through the ranks means the club are in a strong position overall.
However, there are still aspects that can improve and moving into a new training ground is a priority, whilst there had been talks that the club could seek to move from Loftus Road.
If there was ONE thing you would change about our stadium, what would it be and why?#QPR
— QPR HQ (@QPRHQ) May 17, 2020
Whether they do remains to be seen, but many fans enjoy their tightly-packed iconic ground, even if it can be improved. And, the support were asked on Twitter what single thing they would do to make the ground better.
Whilst there were a range of responses, the most common answer was removing the family area from where it is, in a bid to make the stadium more atmospheric and hostile. Here we look at some of the comments…
Get rid of family stands. Kids don't enjoy them.
— James (@SmudgeQPR) May 17, 2020
Move the family stand to the paddocks or get rid of it all so we can have the Loft end looking like it was a few years ago
— Louis (@LouisMoir99) May 17, 2020
Move the family stand to South Africa road, it's never sold out and takes away so much atmosphere from the stadium
— Ollie Taiani (@qpr_ollie) May 17, 2020
The legroom!! I’m a standard 5’11 and viewing a game from the loft I imagine is how tinned food feels.
— Fred Zeppelin (@ZorbaTheSwede) May 17, 2020
All the 'noisy' R's fans together in one place. Every seat filled!
— Steve Bass (@sbass955) May 17, 2020
To be able to increase capacity, just so we could stay there 😊
— Lee Reynolds (@miniwren) May 17, 2020
Bring back the Loft the way it should be. All I know is that when me and people I know went as 12 year olds we couldn't wait until we could be part of the mob behind the goal. No place for a family area, it's our traditional home end.
— Brian Daly (@BrianDqpr) May 17, 2020