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Sunday, March 28, 2010

QPR Report Sunday: Preston Reports...Nigel Quashie (and Marcus Bent)?...Spurs' Taraabt Price...Hart Reflects...Past Decade Relegation Points Totals

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- 1974/75 Video: Stan Bowles Substituted

- Looking for News of Nigel Quashie! Injured? Other? Last QPR Game February 9! (Also Looking for Marcus Bent Update -Post here Any Information welcome

- Preston 2 QPR 2: Compilation of Match Reports and Managerial Comments

- Past Points Totals for Championship Relegation Trio...Past QPR Points Totals for Past Decade

IMS Scouting - Tottenham want £4.5m to make Taraabt QPR move
- Following another outstanding display for QPR by Adel Taarabt , Loftus Road boss Neil Warnock revealed that Tottenham will only let the talented Moroccan leave permanently for £4.5m.
- The 20 year-old made both QPR goals as the West London side fought back from two goals down to secure a point at Preston North End. Taarabt has proven to be a thorn in Preston's side this season, having scored a wonder goal against them at Loftus Road earlier in the season.
- Taarabt has proven to be a hit at Loftus Road during a season long loan from Tottenham, scoring seven goals and often terrorizing Championship defences with his close control and dribbling ability.
- However, following yesterday's game, QPR manager Warnock revealed that Spurs' asking price for Taarabt may well be too high for Rangers, despite rumours that the Loftus Road boss will have a £10m summer war chest at his disposal.
- Warnock said, "Adel Taarabt is not an easy player to have in your side if I'm honest.
- "He's got tremendous skill but it's how you play him. We've got good players and he complements us. Will he go back to Tottenham at the end of the season? Oh aye, they want £4.5million for him."
- Taarabt joined Tottenham from French club Lens in 2006, but has managed only 9 Spurs appearances since then." IMS Scouting

- Sunday People - Paul Hart Looks Back on his Season at three clubs
"...I was only out of work about three weeks and the opportunity came round at QPR. Like any manager, you always think you can change things and get the club back to where it should be, but it proved not to be the case and we decided it would be best for me to leave. The lads were good. The expectations from higher up were probably not realistic but it was my choice to go in there and my choice to leave." Sunday People

- Sunil Chhetri's Kansas City Wizards (Chhetri NOT Playing) crushed DC United in the New MLS Season opener

- Almost-QPR's Indian International Striker, Sunil Chhetri Signs for Kansas City Wizards

- The Return of Bradford Park Avenue (Bradford PA)

- More re Portsmouth Official/Investigation

- Some Old QPR Video Snippets of Loftus Road (Non-Playing Moments)

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