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Friday, November 20, 2009

Heaton: Several Clubs Interested...Reid Signs...Mittal Not The Richest...QPR Flashbacks: Sousa Appointed...Helguson Signs..."The Fall and Fall of QPR"

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- "he Fall and Fall of QPR" Flashback to QPR Eight Years ago With Fan Protests

- Year Flashback: Sousa Appointed QPR Manager

- Year Flashback: QPR Announce Helguson Loan Signing (But then "a hiatus"

- Five Year Flashback: Leeds Crush QPR...A sick Holloway Hospitalized

- Five QPR Birthdays

- Lakshmi Mittal: Not the richest person in India!

- Linked-to-QPR Chris Wood Joins Coventry

SKY SPORTS - Heaton seeks United exit -Keeper ready to move on from Old Trafford
Skysports.com understands Tom Heaton is hoping to secure a permanent move away from Manchester United in the January transfer window.
- Heaton is currently at Rochdale after joining on an emergency loan until December following a successful three-month spell at Queens Park Rangers earlier this season.
- The England Under 21 international has found his road to the United first team blocked and he is now prepared to move on to get his career back on track.
- ueens Park Rangers have expressed their interest in bringing Heaton back to the club and the likes of Nottingham Forest and Norwich are also understood to be keeping tabs on Heaton's situation.
- Heaton's advisor, Tony Coton, admits the 23-year-old is ready to find a new club in search of regular first-team action.
- Tom's contract is up in the summer and he will be leaving Manchester United," Coton told skysports.com.
- "Tom is ready to move on as he wants to be playing regularly at this stage of his career.
- "Ideally he would like to move on in January rather than waiting until the summer as he just wants to be playing.
- There are about half a dozen clubs interested in him and I am sure United would agree to letting him leave for a small fee if someone came in for him
." Skysports

Posted on: Thu 19 Nov 2009
Queens Park Rangers Football Club is delighted to announce the emergency loan signing of Blackburn Rovers midfielder Steven Reid, subject to Football League approval.
-The Republic of Ireland international has penned a one month loan deal at Loftus Road.
- The 28 year-old's arrival represents something of a coup for the Club and speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk, R's boss Jim Magilton expressed his delight at clinching the signature of the box-to-box midfield ace, commenting: "This is a significant loan signing for the Football Club.
- MPU "The fact we've been able to attract a player of Steven's calibre to the Club speaks volumes of the Board and the direction in which the Club is heading."
- Magilton added: "He's a class act. He can pass; he can tackle; he can shoot; he's box-to-box - he's a very, very good player.
- "We were bit light on numbers in the central midfield department following the long term injuries to Martin (Rowlands) and Gavin (Mahon), but Steven's arrival will give everyone a lift and will hopefully help us to kick on over the coming weeks."
- Reid's loan spell will conclude following the R's Coca Cola Championship fixture against Sheffield United on Saturday 19th December.- The midfielder will wear squad number 36. QPR

Blackburn Official Site - Loan Ranger
- Steven Reid has joined Championship side Queens Park Rangers on a month-long loan deal until the middle of December.
- The Rovers midfielder, who after battling back from a series of knee injuries over the last couple of seasons, has made just the three appearances for Sam Allardyce's side this season, in the Carling Cup games against Gillingham, Nottingham Forest and Peterborough United.
- As yet Reid hasn't featured in the Premier League for Rovers this term so has joined Jim Magilton's side for a month to gain some valuable first team experience
- Reid has been signed in time to be in the squad for QPR's away match at Doncaster Rovers this Saturday." Blackburn

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