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Friday, April 17, 2009

Romario As QPR Manager? - The Latest Name Touted...Or Alan Pardew

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- Three Key Wolves Players (All of whom could well have been QPR Players)
- PFA Calls For Urgent Action Against Crowd Abuse
- Shittu to Birmingham?
- Fulham and West Ham Finances Update
- Footballers and the Football
- The Rules/Conditions to be Elected Real Madrid President (Alejandro Agag was listed some weeks ago as being interested)
- The European Football Supporters’ Award 2009 went to the the British National Association of Disabled Supporters

See Also: Loft for Word's Clive Whittingham on the 'Other 72': "You’re getting sacked in the morning: Queen’s Park Rangers under Flavio Briatore

- Romario in frame for QPR boss By SHAUN CUSTIS - The Sun - The Brazilian has been sounded out about an amazing move to Loftus Road.
- Romario, 43, quit playing last year and had a brief spell in charge of Vasco Da Gama.
- He has just become director of football at Club America, who are in talks with an English team about forging a partnership agreement.
- QPR owner Flavio Briatore wants them to become a feeder club to give the R’s the best boys from Brazil.
- A source close to Romario said: “Briatore wants a man who will put QPR on the football map
- Alan Pardew could be another contender as he is free to return to football after negotiating a pay-off with former club Charlton. The Sun

Daily Mirror - Alan Pardew interested in QPR job
- Alan Pardew, the former Charlton and West Ham boss, is keen on the QPR job after last week's axing of Paulo Sousa. Mirror

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