We still have no further updates on the health of the stricken Luton supporter, Brian Rourke, all we can do is continue to pray for the gentleman.
However, hopefully, we can defuse the tension that has been building up between QPR fans and ourselves.
The two clubs have a long history of clashes, off the pitch, hopefully this awful incident will bring an end to the ongoing clashes and drag this fixture into the 21st century, the last thing we need is thoughts of retribution when the two clubs meet later in the season.
In instances like this, it is too easy to tar everybody with the same bush, but surfing the social media sites, it is cleat to see that is not the case, as the following messages prove, with the first post coming from QPR FC:
We’re all with you and praying for Brian.
We hope he makes a full recovery 💙
— QPR FC (@QPR) November 22, 2021
Really hope he pulls through thoughts with his family at this time from a QPR fan 💙
— Deano Fry (@dean_fry9) November 22, 2021
Every football fan should come home from a match they attend. Thoughts and prayers are with Brian, wife and family.
— Derek Brennan (@qprdel) November 22, 2021
Also sending healing thoughts from genuine QPR supporters…..
— Chris Cork (@QPRChris) November 22, 2021
Fingers crossed that Brian makes a full recovery 🙏🏻 Best wishes from a Danish QPR-supporter who has traveled to W12 for over 25 years. Such dreadful thing shouldn’t happen. #QPRLUT
— Carsten Kjær (@KjaerTravel) November 22, 2021
The above are just a few left on various social media platforms. and we hope that the legacy of the 1980’s can be put to bed, Brian fully recovers and everyone who attends fixtures between the two clubs gets home safe and sound.
Is it too much to ask?
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