Queens Park Rangers have cancelled their player of the year ceremony.

Rangers have not had the best of seasons, sitting 16th in the Championship, ten points clear of the relegation zone.

But it has nothing to do with their performances on the pitch, but because not enough people have purchased tickets for the event.

There has not been enough interest in the award ceremony, so the club have been forced to cancel it.

Tickets went on sale last week and chief executive officer Lee Hoos told the club's official website: "We are naturally disappointed that we've had to cancel the event.

"I have spoken to a lot of fans over the last 18 months about their desire for the event to return, but it seems the price point is still an issue and therefore we've been left with little option but to cancel the event."

Supporters who have purchased tickets have been informed and will be entitled to a full refund.

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