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Monday, August 31, 2009

Taarabt on Redknapp, Loans and QPR

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- ABOVE: Taarabt claims Redknapp blocked deals from Serie A and the Spurs 31st August 2009 By Jeremy Cross
- ADEL TAARABT could have been playing at Lazio this season instead of places like Glanford Park if it wasn’t for Harry Redknapp.
- The Moroccan striker was offered a dream move to the Serie A giants while Malaga were also interested in signing him from Spurs.
- But Taarabt, 20, claims Redknapp blocked the deals and insisted on him going out on a 12-month loan closer to home.
- Taarabt admits he is frustrated at White Hart Lane but he is now focusing on taking his frustrations out on Championship defences.
- He scored the only goal after just two minutes with a superb run and strike to hand Rangers their first league win under Jim Magilton.
- Taarabt said: “It was an important victory but there is still big pressure on us because we have some good players and people expect us to get in the play-offs.
- “That’s what we want. To do this we have to work hard and win games.
- “It was difficult for me at Tottenham.

“I wanted to leave permanently.
- “Lazio and Malaga wanted me but Harry Redknapp said I had to stay here in England.
- “I don’t think I have a future there.
- “They’ve spent too much money, signing players costing £20m.
- “If QPR get promoted this season then maybe I can sign for them permanently.”
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