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Sunday, February 19, 2006

Update: Rowlands injury...Andy Taylor on his QPR Experience...News about ex-QPR's Murray, Brevett & Charles

Martin Rowlands is out for the rest of the season Rowlands Out for the Season....

Recent Blackburn Loanee, Andy Taylor joined Blackbool on loan, talked about his QPR experience "..."I was due to be at QPR on loan for the rest of the season but with the manager and the situation down there I was bought back to Blackburn...."The QPR experience was interesting to put it mildly. It was a big like being in a soap opera because there were so many things going on behind the scenes at the club."I only played one game, then Ian Holloway was put on gardening leave and I was being bought back."It was a massive setback to leave and I would've preferred to play a bit more but it was certainly an eye opener."But I didn't have any doubts about coming to Blackpool, despite their league position. I just wanted to play football at a good level and this is a good level."....* http://www.blackpoolonline.co.uk/ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=64&ArticleID=1357484

Elsewhere: 29-year old, Paul Murray has returned from Portugal and re-signed with his original club, Carlisle United - Murray seals Brunton Park return ........Leicester failed with a one-month loan effort for Plymouth's Rufus Brevett Leicester fail with Brevett offer .........
34-year old Former QPR's Striker Lee Charles has joined non-league Lynn from Worthing.
... Lee Charles Joins Lynn ........Chris Plummer -who surely had more than enough bad luck at QPR, with injuries - has testicular cancer - Plummer to have cancer operation

QPR Official Site - ROWLY BLOW
Rangers have suffered a blow with news that Martin Rowlands is out for the rest of the season.
Rowlands injured himself after making a challenge in training on Friday.
Rangers physio Prav Mathema said "It is still early days with regard to diagnosis but it looks like he will be out for six weeks, which effectively ends his season." "It looks as if Martin has suffered a tear to his medial ligament on his right knee. This is the same injury that he had earlier in the season, but with three months full training and eight first teams starts I am 100% confident that this is a totally new injury."Rowlands will be assessed further next week http://www.qpr.premiumtv.co.uk/page/News/NewsDetail/0,,10373~785242,00.html

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