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Monday, June 30, 2008

Snippets: Supposedly Turning Down QPR...Job Opening at Loftus Road

Setanta/Jure Bohoric - Pecnik reveals English league snub
Nejc Pecnik has revealed he has rejected offers from Leicester City and Queens Park Rangers.
The Slovenian striker has signed for Slavia Prague from Celje instead after being attracted to the idea of playing alongside Czech idol Patrik Berger.
"It is no secret that I was in Leicester for a few days," said 21-year-old Pecnik.
"I talked with City about a transfer and later also went to London.
"The offer from QPR was much better than this one from Sparta. But I am convinced I made the right choice.
"Sparta put a lot of effort in to bring me to the club.
"I was talking with them since last December and they were watching me in many games.
"They want to be the best team in the Czech Republic again and have also bought Patrik Berger.
"It will be an honour to play with such an eminent player." Setanta

Ex-QPR Aaron Brown Joins Lincoln -- BBC-

As noted by a keen-eyed board poster!

Job Description - Press & Publications Executive
Queens Park Rangers Football Club have a vacancy for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and hard-working professional to join our busy Press & Publications team. Experience of working within the media is desired, as well as a keen interest and knowledge in football.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills are of paramount importance, as is the ability to work flexibly as a team player and under pressure to strict deadlines.
Duties will include helping to promote the name of Queens Park Rangers Football Club, both through written and spoken media.
The successful candidate will have sole responsibility for the proposed new Quarterly Magazine, as well as future publications, and will be required to write for the Club's official website www.qpr.co.uk and the matchday programme.
Reporting to the Press Manager, the role also involves offering full public relations support, so you will need to have a comprehensive understanding of the issues facing football in general and Queens Park Rangers Football Club in particular.
We are looking for a dedicated professional with experience of working in a media environment and with a keen interest in the sporting and business world.
This is an excellent opportunity for a media professional to gain new skills and promote the expanding name of Queens Park Rangers Football Club to a football audience through all our communication outlets.
One year's journalism experience is desired and please also state your current salary.
The closing date is 5.00pm on Monday 7th July 2008.
If you are interested in this position, please send a covering letter, your CV and current salary and notice period to:
Ian Taylor, Press & Publications Manager
Queens Park Rangers Football Club
Loftus Road South Africa Road...QPR

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