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Friday, November 28, 2008

Snippets - "Flavio QPR Critic Unmasked"...Birmingham's Karen Brady on Briatore Involvement...Various Clubs VAT Price Reductions

- See also QPR Report on Vital Football: Ten Days That Shook The World...

- Various Clubs Reducing Ticket or Shop prices because of the VAT Reduction (Growing List) - Clubs reducing Prices because of the VAT Cut.

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Daily Mail/Charles Sale - Flavio QPR critic unmasked
Lawyer Nick De Marco, former director and legal advisor at QPR who works as a sports specialist for the Blackstone Chambers, has revealed he was the author of the email sent to Rangers fans describing owner Flavio Briatore (left) as a 'dictator and a really nasty piece of work'.
De Marco had taken legal advice in a bid to prevent Sportsmail naming him when publishing the contents of his email last Saturday that urged QPR fans to use his inside information to stir up trouble.
But De Marco then admitted to Briatore that he was responsible for winding up the fans before confessing his role to three QPR websites. Mail

Birmingham's Karen Brady/The Sun "...SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23
"...WHERE players are concerned I regard myself as nothing more than a servant of the club and manager.
It’s the only subject on which I always do what I am told.
Some chairmen can’t resist being ‘helpful’ to managers. Another word might be ‘interfering’.
Barry Fry’s comment that our plc chairman David Sullivan “doesn’t know the difference between a goal-line and a clothes line” came back to me when I read that Flavio Briatore, the QPR chairman, handed a team selection to his manager with 13 players on it!
The Italian is also said to have called caretaker-boss Gareth Ainsworth 32 times in one match but Ainsworth had left his mobile on silent. Paulo Sousa is now the club’s eighth boss in two years. Sounds like the job from hell — even at £20,000 a week" The Sun

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