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Thursday, March 18, 2010

QPR Report Thursday: Celtic Faurlin Interest...Israeli Youth Trialing at QPR...Ex-QPR Vic Mobley Update...Flashbacks...Next Swansea

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Mirror - March 18, 2010 - - Interest grows in QPR's Alejandro Faurlin- QPR face a scrap to hang on to midfielder Alejandro Faurlin this summer.
- Celtic boss Tony Mowbray is a big admirer of the Argentinian (above) since he arived from ­Institute FC last July for £3.5million.
- But QPR are in no rush to sell after Lakshmi Mittal, one of the world’s richest men, increased his stake in the West London club. Mirror

Totally Jewish - Israeli Dani Marks will have a trial with Championship side QPR next week, with the 16-year-old hoping to realise 'a dream' by signing for a London team.
- Dani, who was born in Hampstead Garden Suburb, but made Aliyah when he was four-years-old, joined Hapoel Raanana when he was seven, and has won the player of the year award at the club four times. Having started his career as a right-back, he moved to the centre of defence at the start of the season, and is now hoping to impress the West London side next week.
- Brian Melzack, of CB Sports Management helped orchestrate the move after he was sent a DVD of Marks from an Israeli business partner. He passed it on to his contacts at QPR, who requested he have a trial. Marks will train with QPR�s U18 side for five days next week, before playing for the U16 side at Brighton next weekend.
- Melzack told TJ: �It�s very difficult to say how well he�ll do. With respect to Israeli football, the standard isn�t as good in comparison to over here in England, but as the clich� goes, if he�s good enough, he�ll be ok. Dani's really looking forward to the week here and would like to play in London.
- Having had a trial at a League One club last year, Oldham Athletic have invited him for a trial this summer. He was also invited to have a trial at Cypriot side Apoel Nicosia last year, and has already been scouted by several Israeli sides.
- Dani's father, Stephen, told TJ: :He's really excited and looking forward to the trial. He wants to impress and really wants to play in England. Totally Jewish

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