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John Gregory has made Harlington an open house and is encouraging Rangers fans to come along and watch training.

From now on, supporters will be allowed to turn up to see the Superhoops going through their daily routine.


Personally i think it is a great move by the club as not only will this be a great PR exercise but it won't allow the players to take it easy during the sessions knowing that there are QPR fans watching from the sidelines who pay to watch the players perform week in and week out.



QPR boss John Gregory said: 'I'd be delighted to see as many fans as possible here. I don't have a problem with them being there watching their heroes and during school holidays bring the kids along as well.

'Providing supporters stick to the training ground regulations and behave themselves then I see no reason as to why this can't continue.'

Fans are asked to gather in front of the pitch on the left as you enter Harlington and not congregate on the balcony of the pavilion.


What do you think? Is this a good move or not?






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Date:Tuesday October 10 2006

Time: 9:00AM

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Funny how you have just opened the doors as we have had our door shut, we have to get a pass now to watch it .,.. shame cos i enjoyed going down on the spur of the moment ,, it is a great idea of the clubs and it shows John Gregory wants to be in touch with you , the fans !
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