Date: 24th April 2009 at 12:34pm
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Queens Park Rangers have restricted Plymouth fans to the upper tier as they once again allow home supporters in the lower School End.

In a perplexing move by the Rangers hierarchy, a sizeable Plymouth support will have only the upper tier to populate, while gaps in the home areas will be visible.

Rangers have yet to sell out in all areas of the ground and will little to play for other than pride they will only have the attraction of the final game in W12 to push the remaining tickets.

Plymouth who not yet safe from relegation in the Championship would have undoubtedly filled the away allocation at Loftus Road, but will only be allowed their original allocation.

Time will tell if this was the correct decision financially from Rangers` chiefs.

Tickets are still on general sale for home supporters with reportedly limited availability in gold and silver areas of the South Africa Road but many still available in the Upper Loft and the Ellerslie Road stand.

The Loft Lower the platinum area of the South Africa Road stand and the Paddocks are all sold out.

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