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QPR's Assistant Coach Leaves QPR

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QPR Official Site - November 21, 2008 - OLIVEIRA DEPARTS
- Queens Park Rangers Football Club can confirm Bruno Oliveira has had his contract terminated with immediate effect.
- Bruno joined the Club in November 2008 as part of Paulo Sousa's backroom staff.
- The Club will be making no further comment at this stage. QPR

What was Said Back in November

- The Club are pleased to announce that Bruno Oliveira has joined Paulo Sousa's backroom staff.
- The 30 year-old (pictured, right) has been named as Assistant Coach, complimenting Gareth Ainsworth and David Rouse, who have retained their positions under the new structure.
- John Harbin will also continue in his role as Performance Manager, but, as revealed earlier today (Thursday), Tim Flowers has left the Club with immediate effect.
- Sousa told www.qpr.co.uk: "Bruno has great knowledge of the game and we have both been working towards this moment for a number of years.
- "He is a great student of the game, has some fantastic, unique ideas and will be a valuable addition to the impressive team we have in place." QPR Official Site

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