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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Miller and Bean Join Brown and Presumably soon Sturridge & Ukah in Leaving QPR


So with Adam Miller and Marcus Bean joining Aaron Brown and presumably soon Dean Sturridge and Ugo Ukah, the squad looks a little smaller.
[When you add to the players who left at the end of last season: Chris Day, Tony Thorpe, Jamie Cureton, Richard Edghill and Generoso Rossi, the continual evolution of this soccer club continues.] (Not to mention the off-the-field QPR departures since the beginning of the season, from the Chairman to the Chief Executive Officer to the Chief Financial Officer....)

QPR Official Site - Adam Miller
Rangers midfielder Adam Mille has joined Nationwide Conference promotion-hopefuls Stevenage Borough. The 23-year-old, who has made just a solitary first team league appearance this season,....There is no initial fee involved, but a sell-on clause has been agreed between the two clubs... http://www.qpr.premiumtv.co.uk/page/News/NewsDetail/0,,10373~772659,00.html

Stevenage Official Site
Stevenage Borough have secured the signature of 23 year old Adam Miller ...on an 18 month contract.... featured in most of the 04/05 season Championship games after starring for Aldershot.
After hearing he was available, Boro boss Graham Westley was determined to win his signature before the transfer window closed, amid interest from Oxford, Colchester and Leyton Orient, as well as several Conference clubs.

QPR Official Site - Marcus Bean
Marcus Bean has completed his move to Blackpool on a free transfer....
Although Marcus Bean's move is a free transfer there is a sell on clause so that the Superhoops will get a percentage of any future transfer fee.

The Seasiders completed the signing of Queen's Park Rangers midfielder MARCUS BEAN late on Friday afternoon....
Bean has been at Loftus Road since the age of ten and has progressed through ranks to make his senior debut at the age of seventeen, but it will be one he will want to forget as he suffered the ignominy of being sent off in a game that saw four players receive the red card.
Bean's energetic style of play and ability to break up play saw the Hammersmith born man pick up QPR's Young Player of the Season last term, but the lack of first team action this season saw Marcus take up a loan spell at Swansea City where he made nine appearances. On his return to Loftus Road Bean played a part in six games, his last being in the R's 1-0 Boxing Day defeat at Brighton. Following discussions with Rangers manager Ian Holloway, Marcus decided to seek regular first team football elsewhere and jumped at the chance to join the Seasiders.

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