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Monday, October 12, 2009

Football Agents List...QPR Players' Agents

- TWO QPR Reports! This QPR Report site. And, the second combination messageboard and quasi-blog QPR Report Messageboard. If you're interested in constantly-updated news re anything QPR-related and also QPR nostalgia, this site has both - along with assorted eclectic non-QPR football material.


- Flasbacks: QPR's Ex-CEO Mark Devlin, now at Barnet: Devlin Time at QPR (Almost a bygone era)

- Ecclestone Defends his Briatore Comments

- Flashback to a January 2009 Profile and Interview With Amit Bhatia

- Notts County Axe Manager Ian McParland

- The Success of the Crystal Palace Academy

- Ex-QPR CEO Mark Devlin Appointed Barnet General Manager

- A very interesting site: Transfer Market which has an exhaustive list of football agents. (Not every player lists an agent.)

- QPR Players and Whose Each Player's Agent is
Radek Cerny - Nehoda Sport
Gavin Mahon - Stellar Football
Fitz Hall - Base
Lee Cook - Base
Patrick Agyemang - Base
Mikele Leigertwood - Base
Ben Watson - Base
Akos Buzsaky SEM Group plc.
Wayne Routledge Kick and Rush Gmbh
Adel Taarabt Rudy Raba
- [Dexter Blackstock who was with Base, is according to this site, now with DH Sport.]

[See Also: QPR Report List]

- A comprehensive list of Football Agents and which players each agent has as its players

- Who BASE Soccer Agency Represents
[and Base Soccer Agency's own site]

- Of course all QPR fans will recall the probably-unprecedented post on the Official site, last April:
QPR Official Site - April 10, 2009 - Statement from Eric Walters, the agent of Dexter Blackstock
- This statement is to clarify the situation regarding Dexter Blackstock and QPR.
- Dexter was unhappy at QPR for some time, as he had only started six of a possible 21 fixtures.
- He wasn't even on the bench for QPR's home fixture against Bristol City and seeing as he was the Club's top goalscorer, Dexter was unhappy about this situation.
- A few Clubs approached me for Dexter, including Nottingham Forest. I spoke with Gianni Paladini and he advised me that we needed to clear this with Paulo Sousa.
- Paulo came back from Portugal on March 26th at lunchtime. Dexter discussed the situation with Paulo, and he didn't say anything to Dexter about the possibility of him staying with QPR.
- At 4.00pm on March 26th 2009, Dexter signed the paperwork to complete his loan transfer to Nottingham Forest. - Eric Walters - QPR

- Dennis Wise Gets a New Job

- Martin Allen NOT Interested in Wycombe Job!

- Marking One Year of the QPR Report Messageboard!

- Happy Birthday to Four QPR Men: Alan McDonald, Paul Goddard, Chris Plummer and Don Howe

- Wayne Routledge gets into top five Championship midfielders Actim ranking list

- Three QPR Players in Actim Top 100 List: Wayne Routledge #22, Mikele Leigertwood #63 and Radek Cerny #83

- Flashback: The QPR Accounts of 2000

- Video Snippet: "On This Day" - QPR CRUSHING Everton 5-0

- Flashback: John Gregory-Gianni Paladini Fan Forum Report

- Rodney Marsh Turns Sixty-Five: Memories, Photos, Videos
- [And a reminder that Rodney Marsh will be in the QPR Club Shop before the Preston game, on Saturday, signing copies of Mick Kelly's "Hooped Dream" (to which he wrote the foreword)]

- Football Against Racism Week: October 15-27

- Being Held Today: Antonio Caliendo's Golden Foot Awards

- John Gorman Scouting a Gillingham Player - Could it be Simeon Jackson?

- Over the Weekend: Bernie Ecclestone Urges Flavio Briatore to Stay on at QPR

- Football League Being "Unfair" to Bournemouth?

- Average Premiership Player Earning a Million a Year!

- The Quality of Medical Treatment for Scottish Players

- Football League Managers Association Accuse FA of Failing Them

- Alex Ferguson Apologizes

- Birmingham's New Owner: Who Exactly Is He? (Decade Ago Was a Barber)

- John Gorman as Wycombe Manager? (Subsequently seems not)

- Romone Rose made his Cheltenham Debut yesterday (Cheltenham lost 4-0)

- Flashback Two Years: Guidolin or John Collins for QPR Manager

- Video of Newcastle vs QPR: The Goals

- Video: QPR vs Liverpool (1995-96)

- Video: QPR vs Luton (2006)

- Helguson Injury Update

- FA Chairman Wants Betting Ban for Footballers and Managers

- Summer Trialist David Connolly was on the Southampton Bench last night.

- Alan Irvine celebrates his 100th game in charge vs QPR (Name the past three managers who've been in charge at QPR for 100 games!)

- Flashback: One Year Since Tommasi Finally arrived at QPR

- Flashback II: A Decade Since George Ndah's QPR Signing Fell Through

- Flashback II: Marking 42 Years Since Alan Wilks Set the QPR Scoring record of five goals in a game(which he still holds)

FACTS &STATS: QPR Attendance Stats Over the Years

- Chester in Financial Trouble

- 2009-2010 Managerial Departures

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