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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Liam Miller Exits QPR....Ex-Players Talk....Other Snippets

- Visit the completely-independent QPR Report Messageboard for additional news articles and posters perspectives. Among the news articles posted today

- Adel Taarabt Rehab Reportedly Going Well
- Ex-QPR Alan McDonald Signing New Glentoran Contract
- 1966 World Cup Winners Medal for Ex-QPR Goalie Ron Springett
- Colorado Rapid's Ex-QPR Goalie, Matt Pickens seeking to Play

- Steve Coppell Resigns as Reading Manager
- Premier Clubs Supposedly Agreeing to "Home Grown" Quota
- BBC Pays Libel Damages to Zola
- FC United's novel "Pay What You Like" Concept

Liam Miller no longer at QPR Not yet announced by QPR (of course)
Irish Independent/Daniel McDonnell
"...Meanwhile, Liam Miller is being tracked by a posse of Championship clubs after parting company with QPR.
The 28-year-old, who spent only a short time at Loftus Road after joining the wealthy Londoners from Sunderland in January, spent last week training with Cork City in order to maintain his fitness ahead of international duty."
Independent (Ireland)

- The 2009/10 season promises to be one to remember for QPR - and we're not the only ones who believe in the dream!
- A host of former players, including R's legends Marc Bircham and Les Ferdinand, have spoken exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk in the last few weeks, to give us their valued verdicts on the campaign ahead.
Marc Bircham
- "Hopefully, if we can get the right Manager in place, and add one or two key players, we'll be there or thereabouts.
"A few tweaks here and there and we'll be up there; I've got no doubts about that."
Mark Falco
- "They just need a few more players and a little extra quality to make it next year. I don't think they are too far away.
- "It's great to see that these owners have big ambitions for the R's. I always look out for them as one of my former Clubs. It would be fantastic to see Rangers get back to the Premier League."
Gary Waddock
- "QPR is a team that I love. It has played a big part in my life. There has been a remarkable turnaround recently under the new owners. - Not so long ago, it was doom and gloom for the R's with severe financial problems.
"But what has happened now with new investors coming in means that the sky's the limit. Expectation is a lot, lot higher than it was before. Only time will tell how far the Club can go. I wish them every success."
Les Ferdinand
- "It would be great to see the Club back in the Premiership and it's only a matter of time.
- "That's the one hope I've always had since the day I left here, and since the day the Club got relegated.
- "I want to see us back competing with the big boys again and with the backing they've got here now, it doesn't appear to be impossible. Nothing would give me greater pleasure than seeing the R's back in the Premiership." QPR Official Site

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