QPR head east for pre-season tour

11:39 23 May 2012

Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes


QPR will play two friendly matches in Thailand and Malaysia as part of their pre-season preparations for their 2012-13 campaign.

The tour will begin on Saturday, July 14 in Bangkok, with Rangers set to face a Thai All Star XI before playing a Football Association of Sabah Select team at the Likas Stadium on Wednesday 18th July.

“We are very excited and honored to be heading to Asia for our pre-season tour,” chairman Tony Fernandes said.

“The fans in Asia have embraced QPR since we became involved with the Club and it’s great that we can give so many of them a chance to come and watch the team play for the first time.

“It is a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase our brand in this part of the World.”

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