Date: 6th May 2020 at 3:45pm
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Queens Park Rangers have today confirmed that they will not be going ahead with plans to build their new training ground on the Warren Farm site after choosing a new location.

The club have been in talks over the new facility for years, with the R’s named as the preferred bidder for the lease of the sports ground back in 2012. That would be the trigger for plenty of disputes, with the Supreme Court rejecting attempts to overturn planning permission in November 2018.

Despite all that, the club, along with Ealing Council, released a statement announcing the change of plans, with R’s CEO Lee Hoos stating the Championship outfit are in ‘advanced discussions’ over a new site. As well as that, he confirmed the club will continue to help with the Warren Farm project as they look to help the community in a different way.

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No further details have emerged on where the new location will be and it’s fair to say this update didn’t go down too well with the majority of the support, who are sceptical about what will happen, whilst they’re unhappy at the fact this has been shelved after years of planning. Here we look at some of the comments…