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Friday, July 30, 2010

QPR Dispute Bristol City Claim Damion Stewart Done Deal ...QPR Bostock Interest?

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Posted on: Fri 30 Jul 2010
- Despite reports to the contrary, the Club would like to confirm that Damion Stewart's proposed move to Bristol City has not yet been completed.
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- City have agreed a deal to sign Queens Park Rangers defender Damion Stewart for an undisclosed fee.
- The six-foot, three-inch centre-half arrives on a three-year contract.
- Jamaican international Damion began his career in his own country with Harbour View before being snapped up by Bradford City in 2005 on a season-long loan.
- His excellent performances for the Bantams prompted QPR to pay a six-figure fee for the defender a year later.
- He played more than 150 times for QPR and earned their Player of the Year honour in 2008/09.
- The deal is subject to Football League clearance. Damion has passed a medical." Bristol City

- Flashback: Stewart Joins QPR

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TEAMTALK/Marc Isaacs - QPR lining up loan move for Bostock
- Tottenham youngster John Bostock is poised to make a loan move to the Championship with QPR and Reading leading the chase for his signature.
Bostock, 18, has struggled to make any impact at White Hart Lane following his high profile move from Crystal Palace.
The England Under-19 midfielder was regarded as one of the brightest young talents in the game but has failed to find a way into the first-team and blamed the heavy influx of foreign signings for hindering his opportunities.
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is unlikely to stand in his way if he wants to go out on loan next season.
QPR boss Neil Warnock is keen to strengthen his squad and has a good relationship with the north London club after working with Adel Taarabt on a similar deal last year.
Reading are also in the market for the best young talent and Bostock is hoping to finalise his future before the new season gets underway. Teamtalk

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