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Friday, December 05, 2008

Lee Cook Supposedly Signs for QPR...QPR/Burnley Ticket & VAT Info

BBC - Cook agrees permanent QPR switch
Fulham boss Roy Hodgson has confirmed Lee Cook has signed a permanent contract with Queens Park Rangers, where he had been on loan.
The 26-year-old joined the Cottagers from QPR in 2007 but did not play a game for them and was loaned back to Rangers at the start of this season.
"Lee, as far as I understand, has been transferred permanently to QPR," said Hodgson at a media conference.
A transfer fee for the midfielder was not disclosed BBC

Eurosport - Championship - Fulham sell Cook to QPR
Fulham have agreed to sell winger Lee Cook to his former club Queens Park Rangers, where he is currently on loan.
"Lee, as far as I understand, has been transferred permanently to QPR," Fulham boss Roy Hodgson said.
Cook joined the Championship club on a temporary basis earlier in the campaign after he failed to break into the Fulham first-team following his £2.5 million move at the beginning of last season.
He did not make an appearance for the Whites as he was injured for most of the period the manager who bought him - Lawrie Sanchez - was in charge.
Hodgson's arrival as manager saw Cook loaned to Crystal Palace.
The transfer fee was not disclosed Eurosport

The Club are pleased to announce a £5 reduction on all tickets for our forthcoming FA Cup third round tie against Burnley at Loftus Road.
In light of the recent VAT changes, the Club has taken the decision to offer supporters' significant savings in all areas of the ground for one match only.
Tickets for the tie on Saturday 3rd January 2008 (3.00pm kick-off) will be priced as follows:
Adults £30.00
Seniors, Juniors and Young Adults £20.00 QPR
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