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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

QPR Report Tuesday Updates and Flashbacks...QPR Shareholders Letter...Strong Reserves Play...Ex-QPRs Comebacks


- - The End of the QPR Apostrophe
- Throughout the day, updates, comments and perspectives re QPR and football in general are posted and discussed on the QPR Report Messageboard...Also Follow: QPR REPORT ON TWITTER

- Real Madrid Following Taarabt?

- FINALLY: Official QPR Acknowledgement that Gary Borrowdale is back at QPR!

QPR Reseve Team to Play Fulham Today: Cerny, Trialist, Borrowdale, Rowlands, Connolly, Shittu, Cook, Hewitt, Hulse, Buzsaky, Vaagan Moen. Subs: Parker, German, Doughty, Rose, Tofas, Sharif, Gibbons, Parmenter, O'Donnell. QPR

- News about Ex-QPRs, Tommy Doherty, Christian Nanetti and Simon Walton

- Sixteen-year old Gerry Francis Makes his QPR Debut vs Liverpool: Forty-Two Years Ago Today

- Year Ago: Report on Warnock's Meeting With QPR "Platinum" Fans

- Year Ago: Spurs Reportedly Want 4.5 Million for Taarabt!

- Next: Sheffield United - Previews and Flashbacks

- Video: Taarabt Goal Compilation

- Video of QPR Playing in 1923

- OLD Football Videos from Early 1900s to WWII

- Twenty-Five Year Flashback: League Cup (Milk Cup) Final vs Oxford United!

- Clubs to Be Licensed. Increased Transparency

- "Most Hated Company in the UK: Manchester United (An Unscientific Survey!)

- Mourinho on Having Been Close to England Job..Capello Responds

- Attending Game When Dead!

[Originally posted on Indys Site]

SKY/Chris Galea - Miller relaxed over future - Hoops hitman happy to stay or go
28th March 2011

On-loan QPR striker Ishmael Miller insists he is not worried about where he will be plying his trade next season.

The 24-year-old has seen his career hampered by injury in recent campaigns, but scored his first goal in almost a year for Neil Warnock's side against Leicester earlier this month.

With Rangers closing on promotion to the Premier League this term, while parent club West Brom battle to beat the top-flight drop, Miller says he is happy to remain at Loftus Road or return to the Baggies.

He told skysports.com: "I've had a lot of injuries, which have stalled my career back at West Brom a little and I just needed something to inject a bit of confidence back in my game.

"It was nice to get the phone call from Neil Warnock and he is a great guy at a great club, so I couldn't really say no to be fair.

"West Brom have got a great squad there, with a new manager in place since I left, but I was happy there and I am happy here, so I'm not sure what will happen this summer.

"They could change divisions this summer, but hopefully West Brom can stay up and be joined by QPR next season.

"I'm not really thinking about my long-term future now because I'm just happy to be playing games again.

"I'm not putting any pressure on either club to make a decision and I will be happy to be playing at either club next season."

Miller insists staying fit is his top priority as he looks to close the door on his injury struggles.


He added: "I'm just hoping that I stay injury free and have a good end to the season here, with promotion at the end of it because I've had a bad couple of years.

"I'm over them now and hopefully I can play my football without picking up any major injuries because I've had enough of them recently.

"Obviously, there will be the odd niggle here and there, but as long as I stay away from the long-term injuries I'll be happy.

"It was difficult to get myself going and in the team back at West Brom because when you are injured for a long period of time you tend to fall off the radar, so this opportunity was great for me."
Npower Ch'ship Promotion 10/11 Promotion: Q.P.R 1/100 Sky

QPR midfielder set for reserves run-out
By Jacob Murtagh/Fulham Chronicle

LEE Cook will step up his recovery from injury with a run-out for the reserves against former club Fulham tomorrow.

The Rangers winger has made just one appearance for the first-team this season – the FA Cup defeat at Blackburn in January – after suffering knee and then back problems.

Sheffield Wednesday, Millwall and Brighton had been sniffing around the 28-year-old with view to a loan switch, but he failed to move on before last Thursday's deadline.

Instead, the former Watford star will line up against the Whites in a behind-closed-doors friendly against west London rivals Fulham at QPR's Harlington training ground.

Midfielder Martin Rowlands, who returned from a loan spell at Millwall last week, is also due to feature. Fulham Chronicle

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