Date:Friday May 23 2008
Queens Park Rangers legend Paul Parker shares his thoughts about the Rangers revolution.
Speaking to QPR.co.uk, ex-QPR defender Parker outlined his thoughts on the badge:
"Looking at it the badge says that the club wants to go forward in my opinion, and if it does that in the right manner it deserves everything it gets."
"This club has got it completely right, because they have not forgotten what they are about."
With Rangers moving in the right direction at pace Parker comments on his beliefs for the R`s future:
"You can see by the way the club transformed itself by the end of the season. The football they played, the quality of player that came into the club and you can honestly believe that its going to be good times for Queens Park Rangers for next season."
"I think they`re going to be there challenging without a shadow of a doubt."
It`s what the club wants, its definitely what the new owners want, and I`m sure its definitely what the supporters want, they want to be challenging and I`m sure those supporters believe that they`ll be back where I personally think they belong, in the Premier League.
I left this club in the top division, I played against this club in the top division, and I have a feeling the club will be back in the top division."
To hear the full interview with Paul Parker, including a jibe at one of our friendly neighbours, log on to QPR World.
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Date:Friday May 23 2008
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