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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

QPR Report Tuesday - Football Snippets...Today's Family Fun Day is ON...Swedish Signing?

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Today's festive Family Fun Day at Loftus Road will go ahead as planned The heavy snow that fell on Monday afternoon has now cleared in W12 and the event will start at 10.00am.
However, we would advise our supporters to wear sensible footwear, as some of the approach roads leading to the stadium are slushy and icy. Please check all travel routes before travelling. For further information on the Family Fun Day, click here- QPR

Mirror - QPR boss Paul Hart targets Swedish star as first signing
- Paul Hart is set to make Swedish defender Markus Jonsson his first signing as QPR boss.
- The 28-year-old is available on a free transfer from Swedish League and Cup winners AIK, and is desperate to move to England.
- Jonsson can play at both right-back and in the centre of defence and has won four caps for his country.
- But Hart faces competition from Championship rivals West Brom and Preston as the promotion race hots up. Mirror
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