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Wednesday, December 02, 2009

QPR Report Wednesday - Football Snippets


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- Birthdays for Ex-QPR Chris Kiwomya and Nigel Spackman

- QPR Managing Director Alejandro Agag Steps Down to be replaced by Ishan Saksena
- Who is Ishan Saksena?

- Football League Cup at Fifty: Vote for Favourite Moment!

- Everton Announce Almost £7 Million Loss

- The Cost of Morecambe's new, very small stadium

- Player of The Month Nominations (including could-have-been-QPR Forward)

- Manager of The Month Nominations

- Three Year Flashback: Arrests Over Tube Death

- Costs and Benefits of Football Agents

- Watford in Financial Trouble

- Older Leeds vs QPR Video

- League Cup at Fifty: Vote for your Favourite Moment

- Ex-QPR Winger: Agents Play a very Important Role in Football

- Premiership Agents Fees
- Dave McIntyre: Magilton's Defensive Choices
- QPR's Loan Striker Turns 21
- QPR Presence at Soccerex 2009
- Lincoln Youth Development Reporting
- Crystal Palace Fail to Pay Wages

- One Way in Which QPR Should Emulate Chelsea

- Four Year Flashback: The QPR Board and (Non-Playing) Staff

- Rumoured-by-some QPR Signing Leon Best Highly Ranked

- QPR's Indian Football Involvement

- Armel Tchakounte Update?

BBC - Wycombe winger Gareth Ainsworth rates boss Gary Waddock
- Wycombe's on-loan winger Gareth Ainsworth says manager Gary Waddock was the reason he moved to the League One club from QPR.
- The 36-year-old worked with Waddock at QPR, from whom he has joined on a month-long loan.
- He told BBC Three Counties Radio: "I've known Gary for a long time and really rate him as a coach.
- "I had no hesitation in coming to Wycombe. I know what he feels about football and I know he's a winner." BBC

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