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Saturday, July 14, 2007

QPR Snippets: Fulham still for Cook...QPR Played Crawley Closed Doors...Morrow on Beckham

Lee Cook to Fulham?: BBC Gossip - "Fulham boss Lawrie Sanchez remains confident of signing QPR winger Lee Cook after making a final offer of £2.2m. (Daily Express) BBC Gossip Daily Mail "QPR winger Lee Cook is expected to be Sanchez's seventh signing over the weekend for £2.2m. " Daily Mail

Crawley Town Lost 3-2 to QPR in Closed Door Match at QPR's Training Ground:
The Argus
Crawley warmed up for the clash with a behind-closed-doors match against Queens Park Rangers at the Championship club's training ground on Wednesday.
New striker Jon-Paul Pittman scored a penalty and Ben Judge was also on target in a 3-2 defeat.
All the players were given a run-out, apart from midfielder Lee Blackburn, who missed the game with a slight hamstring problem.
Evans said: "It went extremely well. All the boys showed plenty of appetite and hunger and that is exactly what I wanted from them.
"It was a good first test for us and I was delighted with how we approached it and the performances of all the lads.." The Argus
See Also: Crawley Town Match Report of the "match"

[For the record: QPR will play at Harrow Borough, July 31 (replacing the cancelled Shrewsbury game) QPR will be using the same ref as for the Crawley match- QPR Announcement
Harrow Borough Announcement: QPR Friendly Confirmed
Harrow have an additional home friendly fixture after agreement has been reached today with Queens Park Rangers for their first team to play at Earlsmead. The tie will take place on Tuesday 31st July, with kick off 7.45pm. Top referee Dermott Gallagher has been asked by the Championship side to officiate at the game Harrow

Steve Morrow writes about Dave Beckham and US Football ("soccer")
As for himself, Morrow writes "...Having spent 10 years at Arsenal, followed by a spell at Queens Park Rangers, I was on the lookout for something different; I wanted to try something fresh in a new country to finish off my career. I ended up signing for FC Dallas five years ago, had two good seasons as a player and then fell into the assistant coach's role, before moving up to my current position of head coach/manager..." Guardian

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