Fresh from their first top flight appearance in 15 years, Queens Park Rangers (QPR) have proven themselves worthy of their Barclays Premier League (BPL) status, surviving the 2011/2012 season with remarkable wins against some of English football’s top clubs.
Now, before the start of another action-packed season, football fans in Asia are in for a rare treat as QPR head east of their Loftus Road home in London to play outside of Europe for the very first time.
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