Pos. Nation Player 1 GK SEN Seny Dieng 2 DF SLE Osman Kakay 3 IRL Jimmy Dunne 4 ENG Rob Dickie 5 Jake Clarke-Salter 6 MF NOR Stefan Johansen (captain) 7 FW Chris Willock 8 Luke Amos 9 SCO Lyndon Dykes 10 MAR Ilias Chair 11 WAL Tyler Roberts (on loan from Leeds United) 13 Jordan Archer 14 George Thomas 15 Sam Field 16 FIN Niko Hämäläinen 17 Andre Dozzell 18 ZIM Macauley Bonne 20 Taylor Richards (on loan from Brighton & Hove Albion) 22 SUR Kenneth Paal 23 Conor Masterson 25 Olamide Shodipo 26 NGA Leon Balogun 27 Ethan Laird (on loan from Manchester United) 30 Sinclair Armstrong 32 Joe Walsh 37 GHA Albert Adomah 47 Tim Iroegbunam (on loan from Aston Villa) Out on loan 24 NIR Charlie Owens (on loan at Colchester United until January 2023) — USA Charlie Kelman (on loan at Leyton Orient until end of season) GUY Stephen Duke-McKenna (on loan at Leyton Orient until end of season) Matteo Salamon (on loan at Uxbridge until September 2022) Development squads Under-21s squad As of 31 August 2022 28 Joe Gubbins 29 Aaron Drewe 38 Murphy Mahoney Harry Halwax Elijah Anthony Harun Hamid GRN Kayden Harrack Henry Hawkins Arkell Jude-Boyd Trent Mahorn Isaac Pitblado ITA Ivo Rossi Deonysus Woodman Joseph Ajose Ody Alfa Micah Anthony IRQ Alexander Aoraha Steven Bala Faysal Bettache Matthew Castillo Riley Cotter SRI Dillon De Silva ALG Adam Dougui Stan Flaherty Harry Murphy Rafferty Pedder Sean Adarkwa Hamzad Kargbo Alfie Lloyd Notable former players Retired numbers 31 Ray Jones (2006–2007) posthumous honour Queens Park Rangers FC 'All Time XI' Queens Park Rangers F.
Tottenham won 1–0 in a replay. The following season QPR went on to win the Second Division championship and returned to English football's top division. After a respectable fifth-place finish, and UEFA Cup qualification, the following year, Venables departed to become manager of Barcelona. In 1988 the club had a new chairman, 24-year-old Richard Thompson. Over the next seven years, various managers came and went from Loftus Road and the club spent many seasons finishing mid table but avoided relegation.
 On 18 August 2011, Malaysian businessman Tony Fernandes was unveiled as the majority shareholder after having bought out Ecclestone's 66 percent stake in the club for a rumoured fee of around £35 million, while the Mittal Family retained their 33% stake. Amit Bhatia was restored to his position as vice-chairman.  Phillip Beard was announced as the new chief executive of the club and Gianni Paladini removed as club chairman. Briatore and Ecclestone were no longer involved with the club, with no board representation or other financial ties.
The club also qualified for the 1984–85 UEFA Cup, but were knocked out in the second round. Players First-team squad As of 31 August 2022 The club retired the number 31 shirt as a tribute to former striker Ray Jones who died in 2007. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No.
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Most goals in a season: Rodney Marsh, 44 (30 League, 3 FA Cup, 11 League Cup) 1966–67 Most league goals in total aggregate: George Goddard, 174, 1926–34. Most goals in total aggregate: George Goddard, 186, 1926–34 Record transfer fee received: £19. 5 million from Crystal Palace for Ebere Eze, August 2020 Record transfer fee paid: £12. 5 million to Anzhi Makhachkala for Christopher Samba, January 2013 QPR in Europe QPR's first foray into European competition came when they qualified for the 1976–77 UEFA Cup reaching the quarter finals where they were eliminated by AEK Athens on penalties.
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Arguably the club's greatest ever manager,  Alec Stock, arrived prior to the start of the 1959–60 season. The 1960–61 season saw QPR achieve their biggest win to date: 9–2 vs Tranmere Rovers in a Division 3 match. In time, Stock, together with Jim Gregory who arrived as chairman in the mid-1960s, helped to achieve a total transformation of the club and its surroundings. In 1966–67, QPR won the Division Three championship and became the first Third Division club to win the League Cup on Saturday, 4 March 1967, beating West Bromwich Albion 3–2, coming back from a two-goal deficit. It is still the only major trophy that QPR have won.
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Magilton left the club by mutual consent on 16 December 2009, along with his assistant John Gorman. They were replaced by Paul Hart and Mick Harford on the next day. Less than a month and only five games after becoming manager at QPR, Hart parted with the club on 14 January 2010; the reasons for his leaving the club were unstated.
8m in 2008–09 and £13. 7m 2009–10). Briatore sold his 62% share to Ecclestone in December 2010, with the Italian possibly retaining a right of first refusal should Ecclestone sell, and initially stepped back from the day-to-day running of the business in favour of Amit Bhatia and Ishan Saksena, the company chairman and managing director respectively. However, his involvement gradually returned, and conflicts between Briatore on the one hand and Bhatia and Saksena on the other resulted in both Bhatia and Saksena leaving QPR in May 2011.
 In June 2019, the club gifted the stadium naming rights to The Kiyan Prince Foundation, a local charity set up by the father of Kiyan Prince. Prince was a former QPR youth player who was fatally stabbed in 2006.  On 25 May 2022, the club announced that the stadium name would revert to Loftus Road ahead of the 2022-23 season.  Rivalries QPR have long-standing rivalries with several other clubs.
Queens Park Rangers vs Luton Town H2H - Livescore Luton Town - 66 total points, 17 victories, 15 played in draw, 14 defeats. Total score is 69 goals with 66 goals missed. Queens Park Rangers - 83