Lots has changed at Queens Park Rangers over the past five years.
The ups of promotion in 2011, survival in 2012 and the play-off final win in 2014 have been matched with the disappointing lows of relegation in 2013 and 2015, as well as an underwhelming campaign in the Championship last season.
Add heavy spending and FA investigations to the equation and it is easy to understand why being a fan of the Hoops can be an emotional rollercoaster at the best of times.
However, QPR are now in a good position: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has transformed things nicely, Fernandes has taken a backseat and Les Ferdinand has settled into his role as Director of Football.
Furthermore stadium plans are starting to take shape and during a wild summer of spending, QPR went under the radar with shrewd spending on talented young players with good attitudes.
Results have improved and academy players are getting first team opportunities too.
It has not been a smooth ride, though, and these are THREE mistakes the club made on the journey to today’s circumstances…