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Crystal Palace's Eberechi Eze spotted in the stands at former club QPR's cup loss to Fulham in 'approved FA visit' after Eagles manager Roy Hodgson declared no further breaches of lockdown rules will be tolerated Crystal Palace's Eberechi Eze was in the stands of QPR's FA Cup loss to Fulham  The winger sat in the directors' box at Loftus Road and was socially distanced  It is understood Eze was a guest of QPR and the FA approved Saturday's visit  Roy Hodgson admitted no further breaches of lockdown rules will be accepted Palace captain Luka Milivojevic broke Covid-19 regulation on New Year's Eve 

By Andy Sims, Pa and Sam Blitz For Mailonline

Published: 06:43 GMT, 10 January 2021 | Updated: 06:43 GMT, 10 January 2021

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Eberechi Eze paid his former club QPR a visit on Saturday in a move which may not go down well with his current side Crystal Palace.

The winger, who joined Palace from Rangers for £20million this summer, sat in the directors' box at Loftus Road as the Hoops played Fulham in the FA Cup, behind closed doors.

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Palace boss Roy Hodgson this week made it clear to his players that no further breaches of Government coronavirus guidelines will be accepted after captain Luka Milivojevic breached the rules on New Year's Eve.

Crystal Palace midfielder Eberechi Eze visited QPR's FA Cup tie with Fulham on Saturday

Crystal Palace midfielder Eberechi Eze visited QPR's FA Cup tie with Fulham on Saturday

Eze is a former QPR player and the Palace star watched his side lose 2-0 to local rivals Fulham

Eze is a former QPR player and the Palace star watched his side lose 2-0 to local rivals Fulham

Milivojevic issued an apology on Wednesday after his household mixed with Fulham forward Aleksandar Mitrovic and his family.

Eze's visit to Loftus Road on Saturday would go against the UK Government's lockdown restrictions to remain in their homes unless making essential trips.  

According to PA, Eze was a guest of QPR with the visit approved by the FA subject to social distancing protocols being followed. Sportsmail have asked both Eze and the FA for comment.  

QPR boss Mark Warburton said: 'I've no idea whether he broke protocols or not. You'd have to ask our health and safety officer because that's above my pay-grade.

'I want to talk about the game. What other players do in their own time, I can't comment on that. It's not my area of expertise. Far from

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