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Friday, March 26, 2010

QPR Report Friday: QPR Chief Scout..Preston..Camp..Torquay Move Rejected..On This Day: Rodney Marsh Home Debut and Blackstock Loaned..Indian Striker

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- Nostalgia! Forty-Two (42!) Years Ago Tody: Rodney Marsh's 6-1 Home Debut: P.Springett- Langley Hunt Sibley Watson- Lazarus Keen Collins Morgan- Marsh Allen: Rodney Marsh and QPR's Former Chairman Recall!

- Year Flashback: Dexter Blackstock Joins Nottingham Forest on Loan

- Raving Over Lee Camp!

- Almost-QPR's Indian International Striker, Sunil Chhetri, has now Signed for Kansas City Wizards

- A Chief Scout Incoming - David McIntyre - BBC Sport
- .... And with that in mind, he is about to make an important addition to his backroom team: QPR’s first full-time chief scout since 2004.
- Six years after Mel Johnson left Loftus Road and was not replaced, Rangers are set to appoint Kevin Randall, who is currently chief scout at Crystal Palace.
- Randall, 64, worked with Warnock at both Palace and Sheffield United, and will be an important part of the manager’s preparations for next season.


- Kevin Randall Playing & Managin Stats

QPR Player Rejected Loan Move to Torquay - Herald Express - Transfer targets reject United
- TORQUAY UNITED manager Paul Buckle has thrown down the gauntlet to his current squad to keep the Gulls in the Football League – without any pre-deadline signings.
- After being foiled in his attempts to bring one Premier League and one Championship club player to Plainmoor on loan deadline day, Buckle said: "It's up to the lads we've got here now to go out and do the job.
"We have tried very hard to get in a couple of extra players to help them.
"We've been disappointed on that front...
- Buckle reported that players from a leading Premier League club and from QPR in the Championship both turned down the chance to join the Gulls because of geographical reasons.
He also thanked former United manager Neil Warnock, the new boss of QPR, for his role in the talks. "Neil was brilliant with us – he was willing to let us have one of his players, he set it up, but the player didn't want to move this far." This is South Devon

- Zola Bans His Owner/Co-Chairman!

- Seventy Percent of Premiership Clubs' Credit Ratings Suspended

- Fight Over Sky TV Dominance

- QPR Fans Involved in Violent Clashes?
- Bernie Ecclestone on Possible Briatore/F1 Role
- Hope For Stability at QPR
- Ex-QPR's Don Givens Quits as Republic of Ireland U-21 Coach, after a Decade

- Coming Up: Leicester City

- Mike Keen Tribute Match Update

Posted on: Thu 25 Mar 2010
QPR Manager Neil Warnock has swooped to signed Dusko Tosic on loan from Premiership outfit Portsmouth until the end of the season, subject to Football League approval.

After initially preventing Portsmouth from registering Tosic, the Premier League sanctioned the move provided he was immediately loaned to a team outside the top-flight.

A host of Championship Clubs expressed an interest, but - having met with R's gaffer Warnock - the left back opted for a move to QPR.

"I am delighted to be here," Tosic told www.qpr.co.uk. "All I want to do is play games, and hopefully I will get that chance here with Queens Park Rangers.

"I didn't want to play for any Championship team, it had to be right. I have watched a couple of QPR matches and there are some very good players here.

"The Club has a great tradition also, which is important."

Serbian international Tosic, who can also play at centre back, is expected to go straight into the squad for Saturday's trip to Preston.

R's gaffer Warnock is pleased to have secured the services of the sought-after 25-year-old, telling www.qpr.co.uk: "This is a good opportunity to have a look at a young international footballer between now and the end of the season." QPR

Posted on: Thu 25 Mar 2010
Dusko Tosic began his career with OFK Beograd in his native Serbia, making 80 appearances and scoring six goals before moving to French outfit Sochaux in 2006.
Tosic's reputation across the continent was growing by this stage and, as a result, he only spent one year in France before joining German giants Werder Bremen.
The left back, who is 6' 1", made 22 appearances for the Bundesliga side prior to joining Portsmouth in February of this year.
Tosic has made nine appearances for his national side to date, making his Serbia debut in November 2006 against Norway in a match which finished 1-1.

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