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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

QPR Report Tuesday - Warnock: No Taarabt Sale...Flashback: Sinclair Out. Dowie & Kennedy In


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Fulham Chronicle - * By Paul Warburton * Jan 25 2011

QPR boss rubbishes rumours linking Adel Taarabt with Newcastle United

ADEL Taarabt is going nowhere in the January transfer window – and that is final.

QPR boss Neil Warnock was unequivocal in crushing rumours his mercurial midfielder is set for a £5million shock transfer to Newcastle.

According to Warnock, the Magpies haven’t even made an enquiry, and although the Rs manager was delighted to see the Moroccan international notch lucky goal number 13 in the 2-1 win over Coventry on Sunday, was only half-joking when he claimed no other cub would have Taarabt.

He said: "You can forget a move for Tarbs – that’s stone dead certain. I’m not sure any club would want him. We give him licence to do things here he would never get a chance to do anywhere else." Fulham Chronicle


QPR Official Site - PVM CALLED UP

Posted on: Tue 25 Jan 2011
- R's recent recruit Petter Vaagan Moen has been called in to the latest Norway squad.
- The left-sided midfielder has been named in the squad for a friendly international against Poland at the Algarve Stadium in Portugal on Wednesday 9th February
- http://www.qpr.co.uk/page/NewsDetail/0,,10373~2275687,00.html


Posted on: Tue 25 Jan 2011
- Young R's defender Michael Harriman has been called up to the Republic of Ireland Under-19 squad.
- Harriman - who was unused substitute in our FA Cup third round tie against Blackburn Rovers earlier this month - has been selected for Eire's fixtures versus Croatia, which will take place in UMAG (Istria peninsula) on February 8th and 10th.

Dave McIntyre - Monday, 24 January, 2011

MILLWALL are looking to take Martin Rowlands and Hogan Ephraim on loan from QPR.

Ephraim started the campaign in impressive form but has since lost his first-team place and was recently pushed further down the pecking order by the signings of Wayne Routledge and Petter Vaagen Moen.

Crystal Palace have also expressed some interest in both Rowlands and Ephraim, and any loan deal for the latter may well include a recall clause, giving Rangers the option to take back the former West Ham trainee in the event of injuries to other players.

A temporary move would give Ephraim a chance to play first-team football, although Rangers are more keen to loan out Lee Cook, who is well known to Millwall manager Kenny Jackett after working under him at both QPR and Watford.

Cook recently returned to action following a long spell out with a knee problem, and featured last week in a reserve-team friendly at Tottenham – a match watched by Jackett.

Rowlands had hoped to re-establish himself in the Rs side this season after recovering from cruciate ligament damage, but has fallen out of favour with boss Neil Warnock.

The former QPR captain’s exit has been on the cards for some time, and he could even leave on a permanent basis during this transfer window if an agreement can be reached.

Rowlands, who turns 32 next month, was in excellent form before being injured while playing for the Republic of Ireland during a World Cup qualifier against Montenegro in October 2009.

It came 10 months after the midfielder suffered a similar injury, and appears to have effectively ended his QPR career.

Rowlands has been at Loftus Road for seven and a half years and is the only player from Rangers’ 2004 promotion-winning squad who is still at the club.

But as he looks set to move on, another member of that squad, Dan Shittu, is preparing to return to W12.

Shittu has been with Millwall since October but his four-month contract there has now expired, and he has rejected an extended deal at The Den after being made a lucrative offer by his former club.

The 30-year-old defender has had hamstring trouble for some time, but Rangers are keen to re-sign him in a move that is sure to please many fans.

Jacob Murtagh/Fulham Chronicle Jan 24 2011 - QPR midfielder Martin Rowlands faces loan dilemma

MARTIN Rowlands is finally set to leave QPR – but is weighing up his options which Championship club to join.

Boss Neil Warnock is willing to let the midfielder get game time elsewhere, with Millwall and Crystal Palace keen on taking him on loan.

Rowlands has made just four appearances for Rangers this season, and is way down the pecking order at Loftus Road.

The south London clubs both want to bolster their engine room with the 31-year-old, who hasn't featured for the hoops this year.

However, any move for Rowlands will be temporary as he sees his future in west London. Fulham Chroncile

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