QPR players head back to pre-season training

PUBLISHED: 10:00 25 June 2018

Queens Park Rangers players have returned for pre-season training (pic: Steven Paston/PA)

Queens Park Rangers players have returned for pre-season training (pic: Steven Paston/PA)

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Rs squad meet up at Harlington ahead of new Championship season

Queens Park Rangers players returned to pre-season training on Monday ahead of the new Championship campaign.

The Rs squad headed back to Harlington, where many met new manager Steve McClaren and his coaching staff for the first time.

The players reassembled for their first day of pre-season training, ahead of travelling to Portugal later this week for a training camp.

One notable absentee, however, was Massimo Luongo, with the midfielder still on international duty with Australia at the World Cup.

McClaren will be using the new few weeks of pre-season to run his eyes over the QPR squad and assess where ne needs to make additions ahead of the new term.

The new manager has spoken of his desire to get his squad assembled as quickly as possible, so his charges will hope to make a good first impression.

The Loftus Road side begin their pre-season campaign later this month with a trip to Bostik South Central outfit Hayes & Yeading United on July 7.

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