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Friday, December 18, 2009

Update: QPR's Amit Bhatia and Ishan Saksena Play in Exhibition Game...QPR-India..."Review of The Week"...QPR vs Sheffield United...QPR Family Day

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QPR's Bhatia and Ishan...Times of India - Bhaichung Bhutia to play exhibition match
- MUMBAI: Indian football skipper Bhaichung Bhutia will take part in an exhibition match that will kick-off the inaugural South Mumbai Junior Soccer
- Bhutia, who is the guest of honour for the event, will be a part of the Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel's 5, that will face the Colaba Municipal Secondary School.
- His team also includes MP Milind Deora, Amit Bhatia (Vice-Chairman Queens Park Rangers) and Ishan Saksena (CEO & MD, Queens Park Rangers) besides Patel, who is also the chief guest.
- 204 schools have registered for the two-day event to be held at the Cooperage Football Ground here on December 19 and 20. More than 60 Municipal Schools are also in the fray.
-Ex-India player Santosh Kashyap will conduct a talent hunt programme to pick 24 players that will attend the camp to be conducted by the coaches of Queens Park Rangers towards the end of this year. Times of India

- See also QPR in India...

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Chris Charles/BBC Blog - Review of The Week...QPR
"...If you want a proper chuckle, come on down to Loftus Road - home of the ex-factor. I've got nothing against Paul Hart but I wasn't exactly doing cartwheels when I heard the news that he'd become our ninth boss in two years.
I'm going to stick my neck out and say he will still be in charge come Christmas - although I wouldn't put my mortgage on it. In the meantime I'll do what I do every few months and give the new man my full support - after all, a good Hart these days is hard to find. BBC

- After the success of our inaugural Christmas Family Fun Day last season, the Club is delighted to finalise details of this year's winter spectacle at Loftus Road.
- Taking place on Tuesday - with the gates opening at 10.00am - the day will start with a behind-closed-doors First Team training session.
- New boss Paul Hart will take charge of the hour long session commencing at 10.30am, before all the squad will be on hand to sign autographs and pose for photos!
Thereafter, ten lucky children (accompanied by a parent / guardian) will have the chance to quiz the new managerial team of Paul Hart and Mick Harford, as well as a couple of players. QPR

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Paul Warburton/Ealing Gazette- Pellicori poised for QPR exit
- ONE of the first casualties of the new Paul Hart-Mick Harford reign at QPR is expected to be Alessandro Pellicori.
- The 28-year-old Italian has failed to cut it since his arrival from Avellino on a free transfer in the summer, and the Rangers management were tearing their hair out when he failed to latch on to a simple pass in the dying seconds at West Brom on Monday.
- The ball winged its way up the other end and Albion equalised for 2-2 with the last kick of the game, one of the last moves for the man who has made only one start and nine appearances off the bench.
- Rangers will try and find Pellicori a club back home in Serie B in January. Ealing Gazette

- If the Pellicori on his way story is correct, that's an amazingly-speedy decision by the man in charge of transfers, Paul Hart! Meanwhile still waiting to find out who was responsible for signing Alessandro Pellicori and what the rationale was

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