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Thursday, December 16, 2010

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- For QPR and Football Updates and perspectives throughout the day, visit the QPR Report Messageboard. All QPR and football perspective welcome...Also Follow: QPR REPORT ON TWITTER
- Ex-QPR Youngster, Christian Nanetti Released by Raith Rovers

- Leon Jeanne Update

- Ex-QPR Danny Maguire Possibly to Crewe

- Four Year Flashback: Antonio Caliendo and Gianni Paladini Statement: QPR NOT Going Bust (...Meanwhile ON The Field: John Gregory -QPR in Trouble

- Year Flashback: Hart and Harford Set to Replace Magilton

- Year Flashback: Nigel Quashie (Pre-Joining QPR) on Magilton and Quashie's love for QPR!

- 11 Year Flashback: Darran Ward Joins QPR on Loan...Stuart Wardley QPR's Top Scorer

- German Recalled to QPR

- Author of new Book On Bernie Ecclestone

- Rowan Vine - Not Playing for Brentford and Picks up an Injury

- Next: Leeds - Past Results, Stats, Etc

Hounslow Chronicle/Jacob Murtagh
Brentford boss makes Rowan Vine admission

ANDY Scott admits Rowan Vine could return to QPR without playing a game for Brentford.

The Bees boss brought Vine back for a second spell at Griffin Park three weeks ago, but he is yet to make an appearance in red and white.

Scott has warned the 28-year-old, who has played just five games all season, that he must get up to speed to stand a chance of making his squad.

Vine's fitness fight has suffered a setback after he picked up a calf injury in training, and Scott says he doesn't know whether the Rangers striker will meet the level required before his loan expires on January 4.

"We assess every player that comes to the football club to make sure they're fit enough to train with us and the assessments we've made have said he's not," admitted Scott.

"We train very hard and have got some fit players and he has to be at that standard to get into the squad.

"He's not there yet, and got a little tweak in his calf which will set him back a little while longer.

"It's going to be touch and go whether he gets to that fitness level. It's unfortunate, but we can't forego what the lads do every day.

"We need our players to train 100 per cent, but at the way the players are performing at the moment, anyone would struggle to get in the team no matter who they are." Hounslow Chronicle

- RIP: Rushden and Diamonds Goalkeeper, Dale Roberts, age 24

- Note: The November Issue of AKUTRs has a very extensive interview with Michael Wale (For years, Michael Wale used to write a regular column in the QPR programme). Part II of the Wale interview is in the December AKUTRs. (The article is not online, AKUTRs purchase details)


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