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Sunday, May 01, 2011

QPR Report Sunday: Rodney Marsh Congratulates QPR....Watford Reports and Comments...(Now The Wait!)

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- Compilation of Various QPR-Watford Match Reports and Neil Warnock Comments

- PHOTOS of Warnock et al (from Gianluca Di Marzio -Via Wally West)
- (Query: What exactly does Gianluca Di Marzio actually do for QPR??

- Fan Compiled Video of QPR's Season "We Are The Champions"

- Flashbacks: On This Day in 1982: QPR 7 Bolton 1....On This Day Three Years ago "Dawn of a New Era"

- Flashback: Two Years Ago - Neil Warnock Decides to Stay on at Crystal Palace!

- Video of QPR's Final Game of 1975/76: Leeds United at Loftus Road (Complements of "BetaCam")


(As posted on QPR Report Messageboard by TerryLoftus. Many Thanks to Terry!)

"HI All,
Rod Marsh here.
I have been keeping an eye on our results all season, and can assure you I am over the moon that we are now champions. As I have ALWAYS said, QPR are and will always be my team and I hope your all in party mood!
It's been a brilliant season for QPR and i'm delighted at the way the Club and supporters, have acted during this difficult time with all the speculation about points deduction!!
The players have been great, and lets not forget the great job that Neil Warnock and his staff have done. It's been like the real, attacking, positive and entertaining QPR unique style,that we all know and love to watch so much, our own style loved even by other supporters, because a priority of ours for many years now has been to entertain and try to give our special fans, value for money!
Next- the Premiership!!
Congratulations everyone.
Rod " - QPR Report

MIRROR/Paul Smith - .FA fear QPR will delay third-party ownership charge hearing - EXCLUSIVE
- The FA fear that QPR will exercise the right to either have their disciplinary hearing on Tuesday delayed or abandoned completely.
- QPR would have to make an application to the independent Regulatory Commission in the next 24 hours, citing claims that the club have already been found guilty before any defence evidence has been submitted.
- QPR have been charged with seven breaches of regulations relating to third-party ownership and agents concerning Argentinean midfielder ­Alejandro Faurlin.
- Yet reports last week, quoting FA sources, claimed the evidence against QPR was damning and they could face a 15-point deduction and be forced to drop down from automatic promotion into the play-offs.
- Although the FA have moved swiftly to distance themselves from these reports, Rangers are within their rights to claim there case has been tarnished and as a result they are unlikely to get a fair hearing.
- Any significant delay in the hearing would effectively rule out QPR being docked points that would prevent them from securing automatic promotion.
- The club claimed via their own website that they paid £3.5 million for Faurlin in 2009. The truth is they merely made a deferred payment to agents who owned the player’s economic rights of around £600,000.
- Faurlin was also signed prior to the introduction of new regulations regarding third party ownership and QPR were transparent about the deal with both the Football League and the FA and provided documentation that there would be no third party influence.
- And when they did buy out the rights to the player a year later they informed the Football League and paid the money through the FA.
- The FA decided to investigate the deal when QPR boasted of paying £3.5 million and sent independent lawyers into the club in January of this year.
- At worst it appears QPR used a licensed agent, but who wasn’t registered with the FA, and may be guilty of a clerical error.
- And it seems unlikely that if the case is eventually heard they are more likely to receive a slap on the wrist and substantial fine." Mirror

Home Sport Football Football News QPR target Spurs striker Robbie Keane

- QPR are looking into a summer move to sign Robbie Keane from Tottenham.
- The striker – who would cost around £6million – is on loan at WEST HAM but will seek a permanent switch from White Hart Lane at the end of the season.
- Ideally, Keane wants to stay in London but there is no chance of him joining the Hammers full-time if they are relegated to the Championship.
- Manager Neil Warnock has a knack of getting the best out of front men and would love to give the 30-year-old Irishman a new lease of life.
- Rangers find out this week if they are going to be hit with a points deduction because of Alejandro Faurlin’s controversial transfer which could see them lose their automatic promotion spot. The People

- The Chelsea "Goal" vs Spurs: Did it completely cross the line? Photos/Video

- French Racial Quotas Investigated

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