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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

QPR Report Wednesday - Coming Soon: The FA Report on QPR and Third Party Ownership...Five Years Ago Today: Kiyan Prince (RIP)

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Martin Samuel/Daily Mail


More than a week has passed and still no publication of the detailed Football Association report of the Queens Park Rangers third-party player ownership hearing.

Apparently, lawyers are going through it in forensic detail to ensure the language cannot be exploited by affected clubs.

This makes the tribunal findings sound as suspect as the initial transfer. Daily Mail

Sam Wallace/The Independent

"...Q. What's next on the horizon for the FA?

A. No doubt about the next big one: sometime in the next seven days the FA's full written reasons on the Queen's Park Rangers third-party ownership case over Alejandro Faurlin will be published. If the likes of Swansea City, Cardiff City, Reading or Nottingham Forest are going to challenge that ruling – which did not dock QPR points – it will be based on the legal detail in that document. The Independent

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QPR Official Site KIYAN PRINCE - R.I.P

Today (Wednesday 18th May 2011) marks the fifth anniversary of the untimely death of former QPR starlet Kiyan Prince.

Prince, 15, was stabbed to death following an altercation with another student outside the gates of the London Academy in Edgware in May 2006.

Everyone at Queens Park Rangers extends their deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Kiyan at this sad time.

The Club would also like to place on the record its appreciation to all the supporters that have sent messages and tributes to the Club since Kiyan's untimely death five years ago.

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