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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

QPR's Greek Cousin...No Cousin. No Kitson. No Folan

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- Skysports.com understands Daniel Cousin is ready to snub a switch to QPR to make a move to Greece.
- As previously reported on skysports.com, Greek side Larissa are hoping to sign out-of-favour Hull striker Cousin before the transfer window closes.
- Queens Park Rangers had verbally agreed a deal to sign the Gabon international, but the striker has now set his heart set on a switch to Greece.
- Cousin, who is back at Hull after returning from the African Cup of Nations, is waiting for Larissa to agree a deal with the Tigers before leaving for Greece.
- Hull are prepared to offload Cousin as they look to trim their squad and cut their wage bill and a deal could be sealed before the transfer window slams shut next Monday. Skysport

Paul Warburton /Ealing Gazette - Trio snub Rangers
- DANIEL Cousin did an about turn this week when the Hull City forward elected to join Greek side Larissa on loan instead.
- Rangers thought they had wrapped up a deal at the Africa Cup of Nations to take the Gabon international, 33 at the beginning of next month, for the rest of the season.
- But as it was former boss Paul Hart doing the asking, Cousin has decided he’d be better off in Greece.
- Caleb Folan and Dave Kitson have also turned down overtures from Loftus Road - Ealing Gazette

The Guardian - Corrections published in the Guardian on 27 January 2009•

"In Banned Briatore to demand €1m payout from FIA (12 November, page 1, Sport) we published allegations Mr Briatore made in French court proceedings. We stated that the World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, chaired by Max Mosley, was "clearly blinded by an excessive desire for personal revenge" when it excluded Mr Briatore from involvement in motor sport in connection with Nelson Piquet Jr's deliberate crash in the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix.

We apologise that Mr Mosley was not asked to respond at the time and have agreed, at his request, to pay a sum to charity. Mr Mosley has stated that he had no rancour towards Mr Briatore and has asked us to make it clear that, together with other members of the WMSC, he voted for the sanction against Mr Briatore on the basis of evidence he heard about this serious incident. On 5 January the French court overturned the WMSC's sanction against Mr Briatore on the grounds of procedural irregularities and awarded him damages. The FIA is appealing." Guardian

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