From the publisher:
No self-respecting Queens Park Rangers fan should be without this, the ultimate ‘travel companion’ to QPR’s away day fixtures. With over 40 years of following his beloved QPR up and down the country, Simon Ingram has created the ultimate fan’s-eye history of the club. Designed to be read by supporters on their way to their next match, QPR – Away Day Travels includes several quizzes, classic photos and an extensive list of the team’s most memorable games – both good and bad. Written with humour and a positive outlook for the club he adores, QPR – Away Day Travels will delight any follower of the Super Hoops, young or old.
Forty years after he'd discovered QPR, the club retains its near total control on Simon's life. In 2003, at just 36 years of age, Simon was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Not even this degenerative neurological illness could affect his total commitment to Queens Park Rangers. Yet again, the 2015-2016 campaign saw Simon and his son Joshua renew their season tickets, all but guaranteeing another 9 months of stomach churning, high octane twists and turns by a club that always seem to test the nerves of their supporters.