New QPR supremo Tony Fernades has revealed more plans to restore some of QPR's past back into the Club, after Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone almost ripped up its heritage.
"I've had calls to bring back this, and bring back that, and some of the ideas need serious consideration," said Fernandes. "Bringing back the old badge is certainly on the agenda, so is Jude the club mascot - but I prefer the look of Arnie, the original club mascot from the 1990s, the one with a football for a head."
Arnie was present at Loftus Road with his family today to discuss a new role at QPR, but was unable to comment as he doesn't have a functioning mouth.
"I also want to bring back Sheila Marson, the old club secretary, as well as Daphne Biggs in the box office, who I've been told was very popular."
Neil Warnock today backed his new boss with the new initiatives, but didn't seemed fazed when told Daphne Biggs had died several years ago; "I think anything is possible. He is a very astute businessman."
Warnock though was less pleased to hear about reports linking Stewart Houston with a return To Loftus Road; "I would normally raise my eyebrows to that, but I appear to have lost them."