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Monday, July 06, 2009

Jake Cole Joins Barnet...Ecclestone Explains/Apologizes

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- UPDATE re Bernie Ecclestone: After earlier today calling his comments a "big misunderstanding, in a follow-up interview, Ecclestone explains/apologizes re his Comments".

- [Ecclestone re QPR "...It’s not much fun — we’ve always got the wrong players and the wrong manager.”]

Jake Cole signed today for Barnet. More details to follow" Barnet Official Site

- Jake Cole, the 23-year-old goalkeeper who was a big hit with Barnet supporters when he played 10 games on loan from Queens Park Rangers in March and April, signed a one year deal, with an option for a further year, this afternoon.
- Brilliant news for the fans, who established a rapport with the 6ft 3ins tall keeper as he kept three successive clean sheets to help the Bees clear of the relegation zone.
- A relieved Ian Hendon said: "I hope any future incoming transfers will be easier ... I have been trying to get Jake to the club since he went back to QPR".
- Cole, currently growing a beard, said that he had been happy playing with Barnet and getting first team experience after six seasons at Loftus Road where he had mainly been a stand-in keeper and was loaned to Hayes, AFC Wimbledon, Farnborough Town and Oxford United.
- Although former Rangers manager John Gregory called Jake "a model professional", Cole only made six senior appearances for the West London club.
- Cole was one of 40 players training at Underhill today - 25 of them trialists. Ian Hendon said that he had further targets ... some of them not among the trialists.
- Cole said that he was looking forward to working with Hendon and Lee Harrison, now the first team coach. Harrison is still registered as a player -- "I'll turn out if needed", he said.
-Fashion note: Cole plans a variety of beards this season, from bushy to well trimmed. Dennis Signy & Rolf Harris Barnet

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- QPR's 2008-2009 "Customer Charter" (From July 2008) "....The Club consults supporters on a regular basis through the Official Supporters Club and Fans Forums which are attended by QPR Staff and Directors."

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