QPR have been nominated for no fewer than four accolades on the prestigious London Football Awards.
QPR have been nominated for no fewer than four accolades on the prestigious London Football Awards.
QPR pair Chris Willock and Ilias Chair have each been shortlisted for the EFL Player of the Year gong.
Andre Gray’s gorgeous strike at Derby County is amongst these being thought-about for Goal of the Season whereas the membership have additionally been nominated for Community Project of the Year for our Long Live The Prince marketing campaign.
Willock and Chair have been in sensational kind for Rangers this season, with their objectives and assists serving to the membership mount a promotion problem.
Willock, 24, joined the R’s from Benfica in October 2020 and has turn out to be an everyday in Mark Warburton’s facet.
Chair, additionally 24, has been with QPR for 5 years and is a big followers’ favorite, sporting the coveted No.10 shirt.
The pair are up towards Fulham trio Neeskens Kebano, Harry Wilson and Aleksandar Mitrović.
Gray netted a sensational last-minute volley which secured a 2-1 win for the R’s at Pride Park on twenty ninth November 2021.
You can vote for Gray’s aim HERE.

The Watford loanee has been shortlisted alongside Conor Gallagher (Crystal Palace) towards Brighton on 14th January, Sam Kerr (Chelsea Women) towards Arsenal Women on fifth December, Mateo Kovačić (Chelsea) towards Liverpool on 2nd January and Hakim Ziyech towards Tottenham on twenty third January.
The membership’s Long Live The Prince marketing campaign noticed QPR academy product Kiyan Prince introduced again to life because the skilled footballer he ought to have been.
In affiliation with Engine, Kiyan was handed the No.30 squad quantity – representing the age he would have been had he not been fatally stabbed as a 15-year-old – and was introduced again to life throughout the FIFA21 online game because the membership’s main striker.
It began conversations amongst a key demographic – who’s Kiyan Prince?
His presence on the platform gave younger avid gamers and soccer followers the chance to find out about Kiyan’s story in addition to The Kiyan Prince Foundation, which is an organisation arrange by Kiyan’s father Mark Prince to deal with knife and gun crime on London’s streets.
Anti-knife crime campaigns have lengthy been related to grim imagery and heartbreak.
This marketing campaign was totally different.

Endorsed by Raheem Sterling, who was within the QPR academy concurrently Kiyan, this marketing campaign didn’t give attention to the tragedy of a demise – however on what may have been a lifetime of triumph and achievements, utilizing the hashtag #longlivetheprince.
To be taught extra about The Kiyan Prince Foundation, click on right here.
QPR are up towards Arsenal Foundation’s Supporting Supporters and Chelsea Foundation’s No To Hate campaigns for the Community Project of the Year award.
The London Football Awards are supported by the Willow charity, which was based by former Arsenal keeper Bob Wilson and his spouse, Megs, and the ceremony will happen on the Camden Roundhouse on third March.


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