Many QPR fans have been suggesting classic games from the club to show for their ‘Rangers Rewind’.
With coronavirus spreading across the globe, lots of football has been suspended – including the Championship until at least April 4.
As a result, it has left plenty of clubs’ Twitter admins with a tough ask in generating content to keep fans engaged, but many teams have been coming up with inventive ideas to keep fans buzzing about their clubs.
One way that QPR have tried to do that is by the ‘Rangers Rewind’. This is where the club shows the footage of a full match via their Facebook page for all of their fans.
So far, the club has done two of these videos – once for their game against Fulham in 2018 and once for their game against Rotherham in 2017.
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With the club looking for a bit of inspiration, they decided to ask their fanbase for a few suggestions.
There was a pretty big variety of suggestions on display, going from a 4-4 draw with Port Vale, to their 3-2 win over Liverpool to a playoff semi-final against Oldham Athletic.
Here are some of the replies…
QPR v Oldham play off semi final! Paul Furlong bullying his way through and Chris Day with that save in the last few pic.twitter.com/LXcX5HrsYD
— Charlie (@CharlieSkinner8) March 18, 2020
How about a different season review each day. That will keep you busy. I’d quite like to see some really old QPR highlights, for comparison of their skills, the pitches, the grounds, shorts length and haircuts! The details distract me from the football sometimes.
— qprvks (@TheRealVickyTea) March 18, 2020
good viewing,looking forward to your next offering
— derek revell (@loftusdel) March 18, 2020
Chelsea 0 QPR 1 would be really cool to watch. I’ve actually never seen the match on TV. I did see it live though 🙂
— Jamie (@JamieQPR) March 18, 2020
QPR 3-2 Liverpool 😍😍
— Tyler Habib (@tylerhabibb01) March 18, 2020
Port Vale 4 QPR 4
— Mike Green (@Mikegreen1982) March 18, 2020
While health is obviously more important than a game of football, Rangers fans will be frustrated that the season has come to a halt so suddenly.
After a mixed-bag of a season, they had hit some fine form and had been six unbeaten. If the season does resume, they will be crossing their fingers that they can carry over that momentum.