Date:Monday June 2 2008
The Rangers Revolution is underway, why not join another Rangers Revolution, by joining the rejuvenated Vital Queens Park Rangers.
For the last month Vital QPR has been under new guidance, with myself Boxer taking the site on from the magnificent work done by the departing Hoops.
As mentioned my name is Boxer and I'm the editor of Vital Queens Park Rangers. I am a season ticket holder in the Upper Loft, and rarely miss an away fixture. I drag myself down every week come rain, come shine, to take my medicine.
Have your say!
Vital QPR is run by the fans; for the fans, and is the ideal mouthpiece for all Rangers supporters. In these times of progression at Queens Park Rangers, opinion is not hard to come by. Changes are occurring for better or for worse on a daily basis, so why not put this opinion to good use.
Vital QPR puts all the information at your fingertips with news and views, along with a forum, polls and article comments, everything you need in a fans site is right here!
To share your views with your fellow supporters you can suggest an article, or even suggest a poll. This is one of the most interactive QPR websites online, so why not get involved?
Prizes to be won
There are prizes given away monthly for those who contribute the most, whether that be via commenting on articles, polls or on the forum, it pays to contribute so have your say!
Whether you are a budding writer, or even if you are just opinionated, let me know! I am always on the look out for people to assist me in the running of the website.
This could be the springboard in that your career needs, writing to a mass audience looks very good on your C.V. as I can testify to myself as a graduate from Oxford Brookes University.
If you are interested contact me by clicking the mail icon, via the front page link.
So to get all this on more, registration is only a few clicks away, and you could be having your say. So what are you waiting for?
VITAL QPR IS 100% UNOFFICIAL - FOR THE FANS, BY THE FANS
Date:Monday June 2 2008
Stats: Brighton v QPR (Tuesday March 11 2014)
QPR Slump To Late Defeat (Tuesday March 11 2014)
Brighton v QPR - Match Preview (Tuesday March 11 2014)
Birmingham Unravelled By Morrison (Sunday March 9 2014)
Stats: Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers (Saturday March 8 2014)
Birmingham v QPR - Match Preview (Friday March 7 2014)
One to Watch - Emyr Huws (Friday March 7 2014)
Stats: Queens Park Rangers v Leeds United (Saturday March 1 2014)
Jenas Joy But Rangers Held (Saturday March 1 2014)
One to Watch - Ross McCormack (Friday February 28 2014)
|1. Leicester City||34||24||5||5||33||77|
|3. Derby County||35||18||8||9||17||62|
|Rams Draw Blank Again
» Derby County : 11/03/2014 23:05:00
» Derby County : 11/03/2014 23:02:00
|DRFC Tamas out for up to six weeks
» Doncaster : 11/03/2014 22:23:00
» Leeds Utd : 11/03/2014 22:15:00
|Leeds suffer another heavy home defeat
» Leeds Utd : 11/03/2014 22:08:00
» Watford : 11/03/2014 22:02:00
» Millwall : 11/03/2014 21:57:00