Date: 6th January 2009 at 3:42pm
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QPR supporters will be delighted to hear that their club has finally done something for the fans – but not it seems without a slight catch.

Rangers FA Cup trip to Burnley next week will attract only the heartiest of souls as they brave the Lancashire midweek weather.

Sensing this QPR have put on free coach travel for the supporters providing they have 51 loyalty points or more. This may be a bit of a moot point as the fans who will want to attend that fixture should already be barmy enough to have accumulated several times that amount.

Nevertheless fans who have not achieved that amount are welcomed with open arms on to the coach for an adult price of £29.00 – for the record that`s nearly double the £15.00 Burnley are charging to see the action.

The coach will depart Loftus Road at 1:00pm, and will receive a mere eight loyalty points for the mammoth trip. A tad strange baring in mind the home game was worth seven points.

For those interested, coaches depart from Loftus Road at 1:00pm and you can assure your place on the coach when purchasing your ticket.

Tickets are available from 9:00am tomorrow morning – Don’t all clamber at once!

Well done QPR for an excellent gesture, but why not let all fans travel for free and generate an atmosphere to carry us into the next round?

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