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Friday, October 30, 2009

QPR-Leicester Live-Streaming...Routledge Ranked #9 in Championship...Simpson on QPR and Arsenal...Magilton Ellington Interest?...Rowlands' Future?

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- No Davids to Leicester

- Helguson Fit Again

- QPR1st Supporters Trust AGM 22nd October 2009: Chairman’s Report

- Comparing QPR's Current League Position With Past Three Seasons

- "Performance of The Week" - NOT QPR's Win at Derby

- Two Year Flashback: Buzsaky Joins (on loan)

- Flashback: Two New Coaches In...Warren Neil Departs

- Ex-QPR Terry McFlyn Happy in Australia

- Today's Birthdays: Lee Harper (38) and Colin Clarke (47)

- The Portugese Philosophy of Coach-Axing

- "The Project" - Not Just a QPR Phenomenon

- Video: Great Britain's Amputee Football Team (Very Inspiring)

- Leigertwood prepares for century

- Various QPR vs Leicester Previews - Referee for the Game: J Moss

- The Threat to News Now (and to fans!)

- Actim Index: Wayne Routledge currently ranked 9th in the Championship...Jay Simpson ranked #42....Radek Cerny ranked #58 Latest Actim Index

MIRRROR/James NurseyJay Simpson eyes Premier League - with QPR or Arsenal
- Jay Simpson aims to be a Premier League hit next season after rediscovering his goal-scoring touch in spectacular fashion.
- Simpson, 20, endured a unhappy spell on loan last term from January at struggling West Brom in the top-flight.
- But the striker remains confident he has a future in the Premier League, having spoken to boss Arsene Wenger, who suggested he goes out on loan once more.
- He has flourished with six goals already for in-form QPR who host Leicester in tonight's televised clash on the back of three emphatic victories in the Championship.
- And Simpson, who has netted in three successive games, hopes he will not be short of options next year with money-bags Rangers chasing promotion and Arsenal watching him closely.
- "Arsenal come to all the home games and they have a copy of all my matches," said Simpson, who supported the Gunners as a boy.
- "I spoke to the manager Arsene Wenger during pre-season and just after.
- "He knew I wanted to play and thought it would be a good idea if I went out on loan to play regularly.
- "I know Arsenal are watching and I have enjoyed it at QPR, it has been good.
- "I am really enjoying playing for Jim Magilton and John Gorman.
- "As long as the team is scoring lots of goals you know you are going to get at least one opportunity in the game.
- "So I go into the games believing I am going to score in every match right now even though on occasions I play upfront by myself.
- "If we can continue our run of form hopefully we can get promoted."
- Simpson netted twice for the Baggies last term and was grateful to boss Tony Mowbray for giving him an opportunity in the Premier League.
- But when Mowbray quit for Celtic in the summer, Simpson was happy to sever his links with the Midlands outfit.
- He added: “West Brom wanted me back but I didn't feel it was the right choice for me.
- "My time there taught me the politics that come with football and made it difficult for the team to play well - especially as we were bottom of the table." - The Mirror

The Star - MAGILTON EYEING ELL OF A SIGNING - QPR boss Jim Magilton is plotting a January move for Watford striker Nathan Ellington.
- The Loftus Road chief is desperate to bolster his strikeforce in the transfer window and has targeted Ellington, 28, who is out of favour at Vicarage Road.
- Ahead of tonight’s visit of Leicester, QPR have confirmed three of their players have been hit by swine flu this season.
- Keeper Radek Cerny, defender Peter Ramage and, most recently, midfielder Mikele Leigertwood have been affected by the virus – but all are over it now.
- Assistant boss John Gorman said: “Even our physio had it. It’s one of those things that is going around and you just have to control it. Let’s not make a big fuss of it.
- “I think we have handled it well and all the lads are back now.”
- Meanwhile, Rangers skipper Martin Rowlands, 30, is poised to announce his retirement due to a series of horrific knee injuries. The Star

Betting Press - QPR v Leicester - Many online bookmakers are streaming the QPR v Leicester game live on 30 October 2009
- Live streaming over the internet has improved dramatically in the last few months and there are thousands of legal, HD quality live feeds you can watch online for free when you sign-up to online sportsbooks who purchase the rights to stream football for their customers.
- Several bookmakers are streaming the QPR v Leicester game live online at 19:45 GMT on 30 October 2009. Regional restictions might mean that you won't be able to see the live feeds. If you are in North America, for example, you'll find that most feeds are blocked although the Omnisport (a PPV feed) will generally work.
- Your five best free streaming options for QPR v Leicester are:
- Ladbrokes which offers a free streaming service at Ladbrokes TV. You'll need to sign-up and register (use the Ladbrokes promotion code MAXIMUMBONUS) when you sign-up and you'll get £25/$40 free
- Bet365 has a superb streaming service that will be showing the QPR v Leicester game live from 30 October 2009 (GMT). New users to bet365 get a £100 free bet
- 188Bet the Asian Handicap focussed bookie is also streaming the feed live at their website. Bettingpress readers get £30 free at 118bet
- SkyBet has the live stream using their Sky Player service and offer all readers £10 free when they sign-up
- William Hill also has the live stream available at their Bet and Watch service which is open to members. Bettingpress readers get £10 free when they sign-up to watch QPR v Leicester. BettingPress

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