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Ian Taylor, QPR's head of media

"It was amazing. He was unbelievable, a credit to him as a man and as a professional football manager,"

"We had some massive stars from all walks of life - celebrities, sportsmen, film stars, musicians - but having him there playing the role of the class clown or whatever way you want to term it really was the icing on the cake.

"We thought he would play 5/10 minutes at the end but he was keen to get involved. West London was his home because that was where he came to from Portugal when he went to Chelsea. What happened to Grenfell affected him as well as it did everyone who is in West London."

"I know he gets bad press from some quarters but he was absolutely incredible,"

"Having spent quite a bit of time with the survivors and the firefighters involved in the game, he went out of his way to talk to them about their stories of what happened in the fire and how they got out of the inferno.

"He was really interested to hear their various stories."