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Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Podcast - QPR's Marc Bircham & Ex-QPR Clarke Carlisle...Taarabt Hitch


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Mail - NPOWER FOOTBALL LEAGUE PODCAST: World Cup hero Rory Fallon on his Plymouth return, plus more
In the first of our brand new nPower Football League podcasts, Mark Clemmit brings you news, reaction and opinions from the Football League.
Clem is joined by former QPR player Marc Bircham this week as Burnley defender Clarke Carlisle explains how hungry the Clarets are for promotion again, Plymouth's Rory Fallon gives us a Kiwi perspective of the World Cup and his new club manager plus after 15 years at Hereford, new Shrewsbury boss Graham Turner tells us what a relief it is just being a football manager once more.
Email the show: podcast@football-league.co.uk Daily Mail

- Audio: Relisten to Neil Warnock on Last Night's BBC's Five Live

- QPR Offer Tenth Most Expensive Tickets in England

- Football League Clubs Approve New Rules re Ownership Disclosure/Reporting Requirements, etc.


- Fulham Chronicle/Paul Warburton - UPDATE: Adel Taarabt move to QPR in doubt
QPR talks with Adel Taarabt hung in the balance today after the midfielder’s father advised his son to hold out for more money.
Chronicle sport understands talks initially broke down with Taarabt senior over the weekly wage for the 21-year-old Moroccan international – despite a four-year deal and ‘excellent terms’ according to a club insider that were left sitting on the table for an hour or two.
Taarabt was a huge hit among fans during his loan spell at Loftus Road last season scoring a contender for goal of the season.
And parent club Spurs were willing to let the player go for a cut-price £1million, but Rangers are still holding out hope they will get Taarabt in time to name him in the side to face Barnsley on Saturday Kilburn Times

Paul Warburton/Fulham Chronicle - Adel Taarabt's QPR move stalls
- ADEL Taarabt's move to QPR has stalled.
- The rubber stamp on bringing the Moroccan midfielder to Loftus Road on a £1millon deal hinges around the Spurs star’s signing-on fee.
- The 21-year-old who dazzled fans last season on loan wants the money up front – Rangers want to spread the payments over 12 months." Fulham Chronicle

- High Praise for Wycombe Captain, Gareth Ainsworth

- Next: Barnsley at Loftus Road

- Video Snippet: From March 1974 - QPR's Quarter Final game vs Leicester City at Loftus Road.

- Speculation about a QPR interest in Marlon King is evoking very strong responses from QPR fans on the various QPR messageboards.

- Hendon Defeat Young QPR Team

- New Rules for Premiership Ownership

- Jay Simpson to Hull for a Million?

- Assessment of Luigi De Canio's Lecce's Prospects

- Plymouth Defender rejected a few months ago by QPR wanted by several clubs

- The Ref for the Opening Game vs Barnsley is James Linington

- Season Ticket Sales Numbers: Up to 6,813

- Fulham Finances. Fulham Debt

- Current Championship Promotion Odds



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