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Friday, September 11, 2009

Mahon Reluctant to Leave....Clarification re Magilton's Comments re Playing Rowlands

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London Informer/Paul Warburton - Mahon set to stay with QPR
- GAVIN Mahon looks unlikely to make a loan move to Millwall after telling manager Kenny Jackett he wants to stay and earn back his place in Jim Magilton's QPR side.
- Mahon said: "I spoke to the manager here and said I still feel I am fit and ready to feature and could do a job in the Championship if called on.
- "No disrespect to Millwall or any team in League One but I am hoping I can still do something here.
- "I heard from my agent that Millwall had been in touch.
- "I know a lot of people hold Kenny Jackett in high regard so it was nice to hear he was interested." London Informer

London Informer - Martin Rowlands
- We have been made aware that, through no deliberate act, we misconstrued comments made to us by Jim Magilton in an interview conducted recently at QPR's training ground.
- In discussing the role of Martin Rowlands, Magilton spoke in depth about the versatility of his captain and explained his belief that Rowlands could be used in a variety of positions.
- However, his comments related specifically to his capabilities in different positions within midfield and not, as we reported, as a striker.
- We are happy to set the record straight on this matter. London Informer

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