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Saturday, May 15, 2010

QPR Being Sold?


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- As posted earlier on QPR Report: Neil Warnock confirmed QPR off to Italy, pre-season and Flavio Briatore confirmed he continued to own 20 percent of QPR.

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The Sun/Paul Higgins - Hoops set for a sheikh up
- QPR could become the next English team taken over by a rich sheikh.
An Arab businessman is in talks to buy 51 per cent of the club.
- Most of that stake is believed to be owned by former Hoops chairman Flavio Briatore. He quit in February but retained his shareholding.
- It is understood the unnamed bidder approached the west London club last month.
- Talks have reached an advanced stage and a senior club source said: "A deal could be announced as early as next week." The Sun

The Independent/Neil Warnock - QPR in Italy Pre-Season
"...We start pre-season training on 1 July and I'll be taking the team to Cornwall and Italy. We're playing two games there, but the real reason we're going is so I can get three suits from the tailor that Gianni [Paladini, QPR chairman] uses..." The Independent

Briatore Still Owns 20% of QPR - Arabian Business - Flavio of the month by Joanne Bladd
"...Still, in three years Briatore might be looking for a fresh diversion. His other passion, west London football club QPR, was shunted to the back burner in February when he resigned his position as chairman after three years.
"I didn't walk away, I just decided to step down as chairman because, being honest, I didn't have the time. But I still hold my [20 percent] shares," he says.
And does he have any plans to sell them?
"No, no. I'm not in talks at the moment," he blusters. "But everything is for sale, everything is to buy. If you sell, you sell everything, you don't sell 20 percent
.".... Arabian Business

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