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Friday, May 25, 2007

Ex-QPR News Update

Former QPR Midfielder John Beck, who made his QPR debut under Gordon Jago in December 1972, turns 53 (May 25, 1954) Birthday See John Beck/Wikipedia
Former QPR forward,Tony Thorpe has joined Non-League Tamworth FC (from Grimsby) - Tamworth

Dean Sturridge has been released by non-league Kidderminster Harriers - Kidderminster Official Site: "Deano to Leave Aggborough
Mark Yates has confirmed that striker Dean Sturridge will not be staying on with the club for the new Blue Square Premier 2007/08 season.
Sturridge joined the club last summer on a one-year deal and featured in six games before suffering a severe Achilles injury in early September, which brought a premature end to his playing season.
He continued to assist Yates and Neil Howarth with coaching duties for the remainder of last season.
"It didn't work out as we would have liked with Dean on the playing side of things last season and it was a massive shame with the serious injury he picked up," Yates told harriers.co.uk today.
"But he was a massive help in the dressing room and around the club on the coaching side of things and we wish him all the best for the future." Kidderminster
News Sturridge joined QPR in March 2005 - BBC

Martin Allen is reportedly set to be announced as the new manager of Leicester City - BBC -Allen set to be named Foxes boss
Martin Allen guided MK Dons to the League Two play-offs
Leicester City are set to unveil Martin Allen as their new manager on Friday, BBC Radio Leicester reports.
The Foxes were given permission to speak to MK Dons boss Allen earlier in the week and chairman Milan Mandaric has decided to appoint the 41-year-old.
Allen has pipped current caretaker boss Nigel Worthington, Neil Warnock and Paul Ince to the post....BBC

Matt Jackson who was briefly at QPR on loan, a decade ago, under Ray Wilkins has joined Watford on a free from Wigan - BBC

Matt Johnson who was signed by Ian Holloway to assist our successful promotion and now a player with Wellington, was jailed in New Zealand for at least six months for drunk driving - Report

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