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Friday, November 13, 2009

QPR Report Snippets Friday...Mahon Surgery

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- R's vice-captain Gavin Mahon will be ruled out for at least four months following the news that the midfielder requires surgery on his left knee.
- The 32 year-old is pencilled in for knee surgery on Tuesday and as Head Physio Paul Hunter explained, the former Watford man is likely to be sidelined for a considerable period of time.
- "It's an unfortunate injury," Hunter told www.qpr.co.uk.
- "It's reached a stage where he needs to go under knife and although the timing isn't exactly perfect, we're confident it will prove to be the best course of action in the long term."
- Despite the unfortunate news, R's gaffer Jim Magilton believes Mahon's injury represents another member of his squad with the opportunity to impress, commenting: "Of course it's a blow losing another very experienced player.
- "We suffered a major setback earlier in the season by losing Martin (Rowlands) but bounced back in style and I'm confident we've got the squad to bounce back again from this one.
- "It represents someone with a chance to stake a claim for the shirt and like I've said all along this season, it's a squad game nowadays and everyone will have to stand up and be counted at some stage."
- Meanwhile, Rowan Vine has undergone a minor hernia operation in Germany.
- The R's striker - who was sidelined for the majority of last season owing to a broken leg - has been nursing the injury for the last few weeks
- However, as Hunter explained, a decision was taken by the R's backroom staff for the former Birmingham City front-man to use the international break to eradicate the problem.
- "Rowan has been struggling with his hernia for the last couple of weeks, but he's battled on for the benefit of the team," said Hunter.
- "The international break provided us with a perfect opportunity to send him away and get it cleared up and all things being equal, we expect him to be back and available for First Team action within a fortnight."
- *QPR Player subscribers will be able to see the full exclusive interview with Paul Hunter later today (Friday). To gain full access to QPR Player, click here QPR

- Four Four Two/Paul Simpson - 'The greatest half-times Ever - "...The greatest half-time speech must, judged purely on results, be Alan Mullery’s as QPR boss on 22 September 1984. Rangers were 4-0 down at home to Newcastle United. Mullery wasn’t especially eloquent, just livid. But that was enough: QPR pulled it back to 5-5." FoufFourTwo

Football League - PLAYER OF THE MONTH Winners Announced Tomorrow 11.11.2009
- Championship Coca-Cola Player of the Month award for October: Adel Taarabt, Midfielder Queens Park Rangers (on loan from Tottenham)--Peter Whittingham, Midfielder, Cardiff City -- Chris Weale, Goalkeeper, Leicester City -- Alan Tate, Defender, Swansea City...The winners will be announced on Saturday from 9am during Sky Sports Soccer AM." Football League

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