Our fans have created wonderful flags to support the Dons over the years - and our manager would love to see your special messages at the game versus Accrington Stanley on Saturday.
With no fans currently permitted, Glyn Hodges said it would really make the players and staff feel at home to see a section of the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium decked out in blue and yellow.
If you have a flag and are willing for it to go to QPR please drop it at the shop in Centre Court by 11.00 am tomorrow. The flags will be looked after by QPR and returned at the end of the ground sharing.
Glyn said: “When we go to QPR they have some banners of their own in the corner as it is their home ground. I obviously watch football on TV and clubs have their own banners and flags. When we go back to Plough Lane on 3 November if no fans are there we want to decorate the place with as many banners as possible to make it feel like home. You cannot replicate the fans, but having banners at the stadium means something to the players and staff. For now, we still have games left to play at QPR and we want to make it feel like home for the players.”