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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

QPR Report Wednesday Snippets...QPR Tried for Billy Davies? Denied - (Even as Fans Wait for Hart)...Vine Loan?...Almost-QPR Sunil Chettri

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- QPR in the League: After 21 games, compared to last season, 3 points worse off

- Decade Flashback: Darren Ward Joins QPR on Loan & Stuart Wardley Heads the QPR scoring Charts

- Ex-QPR Goalie, Reece Crowther Update

- Entire Eritrea National Team Skips Out

- Colour Barrier Broken at Athletic Bilbao - and Racism in Spanish Football

- Notts County Manager Resigns - Update

- Watford's Troubles

The Sun - Sun Forest halt Davies bid
- NOTTINGHAM FOREST yesterday refused to let a rival Championship clubs speak to manager Billy Davies.
QPR and Sheffield Wednesday are both in the hunt for a new boss with Davies very much in the frame.
- The Scot, who took over in January this year, has led Forest to fourth in the table and the club are determined to hold on to him. The Sun

Nottingham Evening Post - No approach for Davies
- Nottingham Forest today dismissed reports in a national newspaper, that they have refused two clubs permission to talk to manager Billy Davies, as "nonsense."
The Sun is claiming that Davies is wanted by both Sheffield United and QPR.
But a Forest spokesman said there had been no contact with either club." Nottingham Evening Post

- Fans are expecting the announcement of Magilton's Departure and supposedly the appointment of supposedly Paul Hart and Mick Harford. Harts's Managerial Record

The Sun - Vine to Millwall?
"...Meanwhile, Millwall are set to end Rowan Vine's QPR nightmare.
The striker, 27, has hit just nine goals in nearly two years but Lions boss Kenny Jackett is ready to sign him on loan until the end of the season." The Sun

SPORTSTAR December 2009 I-League stars "... SUNIL CHETTRI
"...This forward of Nepali origin from Delhi is the new star in Indian football. Robbed of the chance to play for English club side QPR because of work permit problems, he has settled well at Dempo and continues to score to keep his English trackers ever interested. Considered the heir apparent to an aging Baichung Bhutia, Chettri is one of the favourites of the National team coach, Bob Houghton, and has generated interest from various English clubs such as Fulham, Leeds United and Coventry City.
One of the most agile and crafty forwards to have played in the country, Chettri’s work ethic has seen his stock skyrocket after a modest start with New Delhi based City Club. His 16 strikes in 35 matches for the national side have established him as a vital weapon in Houghton’s armoury..." Article

- From Stuart Houston to Jim Magilton: QPR Arrival and Departure Announcements

- Flashback: Briatore's Chairman's Report in the June Accounts

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