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Monday, December 29, 2008

Blackstock to Fulham?....Flashback "QPR Are Now Sailing in Safe Waters"

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The Mirror - Fulham eye QPR striker Dexter Blackstock
Fulham are considering a £2million move for QPR striker Dexter Blackstock.
Cottagers boss Roy Hodgson wants another forward to compete with Andy Johnson and Bobby Zamora.
And Fulham scouts have watched the former England Under - 21 frontman several times.
Blackstock has scored 31 goals in 104 games for Rangers and has 18 months left on his contract. The Mirror

BBC Gossip/Daily Mirror "Fulham are considering a £2m move for QPR striker Dexter Blackstock. (Daily Mirror) " BBC Gossip

And Three Years Ago: Flashback to when off-the-field, things were not so bright:
- Rangers Chairman Gianni Paladini and the Board of Directors would like to wish all QPR fans a Happy New Year.
- After an eventful 2005, Paladini has issued the following statement to supporters of Queens Park Rangers:
- "As you all know, as a club we went through difficult times and the new board had to bear quite a challenge and responsibility.
- "Thanks to some huge efforts in renewing its organization and bringing in some new investments, QPR are now sailing in safe waters.
- "We are optimistic when looking ahead for the New Year and for the whole of 2006, especially as we know we can always count on your continuous support.
- "Our hope and aim is that QPR will never again have to struggle against organizational confusion and financial distress that have badly hit the good name of our glorious club.
- "A special mention must go to Ian Holloway, who has shown his passion and devotion to the club and as someone who gives us positive hopes for promotion.
- "We are proud of our players and we are confident that we can continue to strengthen our team with some new arrivals at the beginning of the next year.
- "A special thanks must also go to all our colleagues and staff and of course to all our fans who, from generation to generation, continue to support the club.
- "We wish to embrace them all, one by one, with our motto "We are QPR!"
"We wish you all the best for a wonderful 2006."

[And around the same time, December 2005: a QPR Net Interview with then-Chairman Paladini .]

Two Years Ago: Sampsa Timoska Joining QPR
- "Finnish defender checks in at QPR"

One Year ago, today: QPR won 4-2 at Watford (3-0 at half time): Reports and comments
QPR's team: Camp; Barker, Malcolm, Rehman, Stewart; Bolder (c), Rowlands, Ainsworth (Vine 63), Balanta (Buzsaky 74); Blackstock, Nygaard (Walton 90). Subs not used: Cole (gk), Moore.

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