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Monday, February 22, 2010

Ex-QPR Chairman Antonio Caliendo's Harsh Words for Flavio Briatore....QPR Goalie Out on Loan

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“Goodbye and good riddance. The clown has left the circus. Mr. Briatore says he is proud of having saved Queens Park Rangers. Instead, he should be ashamed of himself. He didn’t save anything,quite the contrary. When I sold him the club, QPR was financially solvent ,with a lot of promising young players .In three years, Mr. Briatore raised the ticket prices,sold off all the most promising players, Blakestock, Lee Camp and many others.
- He broke every promise he made to the shareholders and to the fans of the club. Mr. Briatore’s lethal combination of arrogance, greed and football ineptitude turned QPR into a laughing stock with eight coach’s in three years, selling of the best players and buying none.
- Now he has run off before the FA investigation I requested has started. I can only hope that the new administration will carefully analyze all of Mr. Briatore’s financial actions while at the helm of the club.As a former chairman,and fan of QPR
- I will be more than glad to meet the new CEO, Mr. Ishan Saksena to resolve our past differences and assist him in any way I can to help the club.This is a time that all true fans and supporters of QPR should rally behind the team.” Caliendo Blog

QPR Goalie Elvijs Putnins On LOAN AT HEMEL TOWN
- Hemel Today - Suicidal defending costs Tudors : 22 February 2010
Hemel Town lost an eight goal thriller despite going ahead against Halesowen.
They took the lead three times but some suicidal defending gifted the visiting Yeltz the win 5-3.
Danny Charge opened the scoring for the Tudors, Dean Brennan and Daryl Roberts also on target in the defeat.
Goalie Elvijs Putnins, signed on-loan from QPR, was the latest new recruit to get a game at Vauxhall Road.
Stefan Moore got a hat-trick for the visitors.
The game was preceded by a one minute's silence in tribute to kit man Vince Rickard who died last week.
For full reaction to the result see this week's Gazette. Gazette
- Hemel Football Club

QPR OFFICIAL SITE - ELVIJS ON LOAN - Posted on: Mon 22 Feb 2010
Elvijs Putnins has joined Southern League Premier Division side Hemel Hempstead on a month's loan. The 18-year-old Latvian goalkeeper will stay with Hemel until 20th March. QPR

Fulham Chronicle/Yann Tear - QPR star tips Antonio German for bright future
- ANTONIO German has the self belief to become a big star for QPR, according to a team-mate who has witnessed the teenager’s abilities at close quarters.
- The 18-year-old Harlesden-born hitman marked a dream full debut with the opening goal in Saturday's win against Doncaster Rovers.
- And Peter Ramage, for one, believes there is plenty more where that came from.
- “He’s a very confident lad, to say the least, but you need that as a young kid, because you’ll get nowhere without it," he said.
- “It’s not arrogance, just a confidence in his own ability and that’s good for him.
- “He’s a big, strong boy and he’ll only get better training with the first team.
- “If he keeps level-headed and doesn’t get too carried away with his opportunities, he could be a star for the future for us." Chronicle

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