One of the greatest QPR shirts to be worn in the Premier League

Let me take you back to 1994.  The Shawshank Redemption was top of the film charts,  Oasis had just released Definitely Maybe and QPR were flying high in the Premier League.  They did so wearing this banger of a shirt made by Clubhouse.

1994-95 was a season of transition for Queens Park Rangers as manager Gerry Francis left to join Spurs and Ray Wilkins took over.  It didn’t stop the goals and the points from flowing in and they ended up finishing 8th.


This was largely due to Les Ferdinand who was on fire, scoring 24 goals.  Only to be bettered that season by Robbie Fowler and Alan Shearer.  Not bad company.  It was enough to seal a move to Newcastle United for £6m in the summer.

Anyway he did so wearing this class shirt made by CLUBHOUSE. The shirt had traditional blue and white hoops with the crest imprinted.  The 3D red numbering is different level.

You can grab that shirt with Ferdinand #9 in our Black Friday sale.  All you need to do is enter BLACKFRIDAY18 on the back.  


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