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Monday, December 24, 2007

Stewart Misses Plymouth Game...Players' Hospital Visit...QPR Transfer Target

Damion Stewart will miss the R's Boxing Day trip to Plymouth Argyle, after he picked up a late red card in the 2-1 victory against Colchester United on Saturday. The big Jamaican defender received two yellow cards in the basement battle against the U's and will now serve a one match suspension. QPR

Members of both the QPR First Team and the Centre of Excellence squads spread some festive cheer last week.
Skipper Adam Bolder and his team-mates made the short journey to St Mary's Hospital in Paddington to hand out some presents to the youngsters, while a quartet of the Club's youth team visited the Jack Tizard School in Shepherds Bush.
Bolder told www.qpr.co.uk: "It's nice to be able to give something back to these youngsters, who - for one reason or another - won't be at home this Christmas.
"We put a few smiles on their faces and it was a really humbling day."
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The Sun: QPR will kick off their megabucks January shopping spree with a £1.5million swoop for Sunderland striker Daryl Murphy.
The super-rich Super Hoops have also agreed a £500,000 deal for West Ham’s Hogan Ephraim and a bargain move for Watford man Gavin Mahon. The Sun

The Shields Gazette - Sunderland striker on the move?
QPR-bound? ... Daryl Murphy.
DARYL Murphy could be on his way out of the Stadium of Light, according to this morning papaers.
Murphy, who has featured in the starting line-up Sunderland's last two games is a target for QPR, reports the Sun.
The 23-year-old is a striker but has featured on the left side of midfield for teh Black Cats this season.
Keane is likely to command a minimum £2m transfer fee before he will consider selling Murphy. Shields Gazette

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