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Thursday, August 13, 2009

How Little QPR Offered Andy Marshall (who instead signed for Aston Villa)...Ex-Trialist Vignal Signs for Birmingham

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- After successul trial, Gregory Vignal has now signed for Birmingham

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- Brian Glanville on the New QPR (and also re Chelsea)

London Informer - Goalkeeper Marshall rejects QPR to join Premiership side
- QPR are back to square one in their search for a second keeper after Andy Marshall rejected a one-year contract last night.
- The 34-year-old ex-Norwich star has been offered £6,000-a-week more to sign up with Aston Villa - who want back-up for Brad Friedel and the untried Brad Guzan, ironically the shot-stopper when Villa lost to Rangers in the League Cup last season.
- Marshall would have been picking up around £2,000-a-week as the second choice shot-stopper behind Radek Cerny at Hoops.
But the lure of a Premiership club and a fatter wallet leaves Rangers dependent on 17-year-old Elvijs
- Putnins, signed last season on the recommendation of fellow Latvian, Kaspars Gorkss.
- The keeper was on the bench for the second time in a row on Tuesday night in the League Cup at Exeter, with his replacement yet to be decided.
- A QPR insider said: "Marshall wants to better himself, and QPR aren't going to pay over the odds for a second-choice goal-keeper" London INformer

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