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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

QPR Report Wednesday General Football Snippets...An Answer re Quashie and Bent?...Charlton Want Borrowdale

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- An apparent answer to the question regarding the "whereabouts" of Nigel Quashie and Marcus Bent


- Sousa "Vs" Swansea Chairman

- Here Come Cardiff (Fans)

- Plymouth Will Lose 2 Million Pounds if Relegated

- Dates for LSA and QPR1st AGMs


- Year Flashback: Blackstock Speaks re Sousa and His Loan

- Two Year Flashback: Report on the QPR AGM

- Seven Year Flashback: QPR Finances & Four Years Ago, Waddock's Future

- "The Case of the Soccer Con Artist: How a French Impostor Nearly Got a Job With a Top Pro Team"

- Raising Funds for a WWI Footballers Memorial

- Charlton Want Borrowdale to Stay and Borrowdale Speaking to Charlton Fans
- News Shopper/Paul Green - Addicks boss keen to keep QPR defender
- CHARLTON manager Phil Parkinson is quietly confident QPR will agree to extend Gary Borrowdale’s loan stay at The Valley.
- The left-back played the final game of his initial 28-day deal tonight in the 1-0 victory over Colchester, a result which virtually guarantees the AdPutzs a place in the play-offs.
- QPR’s 2-0 triumph at Crystal Palace on Saturday means the Hoops no longer have any drop fears and Parkinson is now hoping Neil Warnock will look favourably on letting Borrowdale stick around SE7 for a little while longer.
- Parky said: “We will find out tomorrow from Queens Park Rangers and I’m hoping the fact they’ve beaten Crystal Palace at the weekend and almost secured their safety in the Championship means Neil will let us keep him.
- “I thought Gary played well today, he is a good player.
- “When he came in to us he was short on match practice and probably wasn’t as sharp as he would have liked.
- “But he knows the position, he is a good size, has a great left foot and his set piece deliveries have been very good for us' News Shopper

- Chelsea Finances Going Wrong Way for Abramovich

- "The Modern Offside Law as a Rule of Genius"

- Cardiff Fans at QPR Game: All-Ticket and No Alcohol

- Swansea Chairman Denies Rift With Sousa

- Chris Day on Verge of Football League Return

- Darlington Exit the Football League

- Hartlepool in Trouble? Play a Suspended Player

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