QPR latest: Season ticket holders pay £13.13 per goal on average; Green still learning from McCarthy

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A BBC study, cited by GetWestLondon, has revealed that QPR season ticket holders pay £13.13 per home goal on average.

The findings are based on last season's Championship campaign, which makes the Rs better value than Chelsea - but far worse than Premier League champions Manchester City.

However, those findings do not take into account the fact that QPR played more games at home last term than they will this season.

Rob Green

Meanwhile, experienced Rs goalkeeper Rob Green admits he is learning from understudy Alex McCarthy.

“Crikey, he tutors me as well,” Green is quoted as saying by GetWestLondon.

“You’re learning lessons off each other all the time. He’s a great lad who has got bags of potential. He’s stepped up his training and his work within the club, coming up to speed with everyone. I think he’s a tremendous acquisition.

“I can understand and appreciate competition within a club. Having a keeper who is 10 years your junior as your competition, who wants to strive to get where you are and where you’ve been, it’s fantastic competition to have. In that respect he’s a great addition.

“The club have singled out someone who has the potential to go on and do great things.”

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