At the beginning of the week whilst most Queens Park Rangers fans were celebrating a more than credible result against Derby County at the weekend as we now head into another dull and boring international break, the club confirmed the arrival of Jamie Reuben to our Board.
Please join me in welcoming @jamiereuben to the @QPR board. Jamie is a great guy, and an incredibly smart and successful businessman whose addition will tremendously bolster the board. Tony, Ruben and I are very excited to have Jamie join us and help us move QPR forward. https://t.co/R1KC6QhLio
— Amit Bhatia (@Amit_Bhatia99) October 8, 2018
The property developer tag stood out for many fans when the club made the announcement, but he’s well travelled and comes with the experience that brings and for a mini CV of his past exploits the Official Site have kindly provided one.
He obviously joins chairman Amit Bhatia, vice chair’s Ruben Gnanalingam, Tony Fernandes and Kamarudin Bin Meranun.
Whilst plenty of fans were just happy to welcome him to the club a number ruminated on what the possible plan could be and where his background and experience would mainly come into play.
Great to have you guys on board (pardon the pun!). Here's to a bright future for QPR. All the best on this journey.
— katan hirachand (@katan_hirachand) October 8, 2018
He's a Londoner, a football fan, and a dog lover, apparently. Alright by me! Welcome!
— Stirling Wood (@stirlingwood) October 8, 2018
Welcome Jamie! Hope your stay with us is a pleasant one!
— QPR Steve (@sjthomas_) October 8, 2018
Possibly to help get the new stadium sorted
— G (@GW_13) October 8, 2018
If you are happy we are happy. Amit is there any update on the training ground?
— Stuntman (@Stuntman007) October 9, 2018
Plenty will be watching with interest but with the Financial Fair Play kerfuffle behind us, at least in terms of knowing how that saga ended, all eyes to the future and Bhatia will be confident in his appointment so fingers crossed it works for the future of the club.