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Monday, June 01, 2009

QPR Reportedly Close to Managerial Announcement....Blackstock Supposedly Signing for Nottingham Forest

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- Blackstock to Nottingham Forest supposedly done deal [If so in contrast to another report today, saying may not be moving!]

Dave McIntyre/Kilburn Times - Rangers turn to overseas option
- QPR are expected to finally appoint a new coach in the next 48 hours.
owner Flavio Briatore is set to fly to London early this week and install a successor to Paulo Sousa, whose contract was terminated in April following a number of behind-the-scenes problems.
- Former Rs coach Luigi De Canio has been considered for the job and confirmed his departure from Italian club Lecce on Sunday, while Briatore is believed to be keen on Paolo Maldini now the AC Milan legend's playing career has finished.
- And Antonio Tapia, who has suggested QPR are interested in him, resigned as coach of Spanish club Malaga on Sunday evening.
- Rangers have edged closer to hiring a foreigner after their interest in various experienced British managers came to nothing.
- Neil Warnock and Kevin Blackwell were targets but committed their futures to Crystal Palace and Sheffield United respectively, with Rangers reluctant to pay compensation for another club's manager.
- Former Charlton and West Ham boss Alan Curbishley and ex-Wigan manager Paul Jewell were not keen on the job and several other British candidates failed to impress.
- Aidy Boothroyd was considered, having guided Watford to promotion from the Championship in 2006, while Jim Magilton, recently sacked by Ipswich, was among those also interviewed. Kilburn Times


- Damion Stewart (and his Jamaica Teammates) 0 EL Salvador 0

- Crystal Palace Have One Point Deducted

Rumoured QPR Target (and according to Tapia, a one-time target), Antonio Tapia Resigns as Malaga Coach. Resignation Also: Tapia's QPR comments from a couple of months

- Another rumoured QPR target, former QPR manager, Luigi De Canio also resigns as Lecce Coach

- Gordon Macey's The History of QPR: The 1965-1972 Period

Nottingham Forest reportedly pursue striker. Dexter Blackstock's QPR Future Unclear

16 Days Till Carling Cup Draw...17 Days Till 2009-2010 Fixtures Released

One of the "linked to QPR" Names: Profile of Steve Cotterill as Burnley Manager

Gerry Francis' Stoke Future Unclear

- How Bad Football Fan Racism Used to Be

- What Does An Agent Do? Q&A

- Gone from QPR (Departure not yet Announced): QPR Youth Coach, Steve Brown

- Flashback: Peter Winkelman Wanting QPR in Milton Keynes

- Dean Parrett Came on As Late Sub for England U-19

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