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Monday, January 25, 2010

The Death of Derek Buxton...Agyemang Off to Bristol City

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Derrek Buxton, RIP
All QPR Fans over a certain age who used to get the QPR Programme will be familiar with the QPR statistician, Derek Buxton, who for many years, provided copious amounts of statistics about QPR and their opponents.

QPR Official Site - DEREK BUXTON
Posted on: Mon 25 Jan 2010
It is with great sadness that the Club has today learned of the passing of Derek Buxton.
Derek was a very popular statistician for the Club for a number of years, starting back in the early 1970s.
He passed away on Sunday afternoon following a brief illness.
Our thoughts are with his family at this difficult time.
If you would like to pass on your wishes to his family, please e-mail paulm@qpr.co.uk and we will forward them on. QPR

Posted on: Mon 25 Jan 2010
Patrick Agyemang has joined fellow Championship outfit Bristol City on loan until the end of the season.

Agyemang - who has scored three goals in all competitions this term - could be in line to make his Robins debut against Cardiff City at Ashton Gate tomorrow evening, subject to Football League approval.


Bristol City Official Site - CITY GO FOR LOAN RANGER PATRICK
Posted on: Mon 25 Jan 2010

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City have completed the signing of QPR striker Patrick Agyemang on loan until the end of the season.

The 29-year-old has passed a medical at Ashton Gate this morning and the paperwork has been lodged with the Football League, meaning subject to approval, Patrick should go straight into City's squad for tomorrow night's Coca-Cola Championship clash with Cardiff City.

PLAYER: Patrick Agyemang video exclusive

The big, powerful 6ft 1ins forward began his career at Wimbledon in 1998 and bagged 22 goals in 136 appearances. A transfer to Gillingham followed in 2004, where he impressed with eight goals in 33 matches.

The Walthamstow-born striker's form prompted Preston to splash out £350,000 less than a year later and he was a big fans favourite during his time with the Deepdale club.

In four seasons he scored 21 times in 135 outings, and then made the switch to QPR in 2008. In 61 appearances, Patrick netted 14 times for the R's.

Now the forward, who has three caps and one goal to his name at international level with Ghana, is hoping to end the season with a bang at Ashton Gate.


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