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Sunday, June 26, 2011

QPR Report Sunday: Tabloids Link QPR to (Another) Aging Italian International and Recently-Injured England International

UPDATED: Bushman's Collection of Photo Memories from the 1967 League Cup Final
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- QPR Fan Groups Speaking Out in Protest

- Dave Clement's Son Axed by Chelsea

- Chelsea and Financial Fair Play Rules..Brian Glanville on Chelsea and Ken Bates

- Approaching Four Years: QPR "Saved" by Briatore and Ecclestone

- Two Year Flashback: QPR "Source" "Gary Borrowdale has never been given a chance"

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- July Plaque to Commemorate QPR Founding

- Stan Bowles Pub Appearance, July 6

News of The World - Hoops eye Cannavaro
June 26, 2011
- QPR are lining up a sensational move for Italian World Cup-winning captain Fabio Cannavaro.
- Defender Cannavaro, 37, is available on a free after being released by Dubai side Al-Ahli.
- Hoops owner Flavio Briatore, who wants to land a big name to mark the club's return to the Premier League, would love to bring the former Juventus and Real Madrid star and fellow countryman to Loftus Road.
- Cannavaro - who rejected a coaching role at Al Ahli to continue his playing career - said: "I have not yet decided when I will retire."
- Centre-back Cannavaro is the most capped player in Italy's history and led the nation to victory over France in the 2006 World Cup Final.


ABOVE: Neil Warnock is considering giving Owen Hargreaves a chance Neil Warnock is considering giving Owen Hargreaves a chance to save his career
26th June 2011 By Carl Eldridge
- NEIL WARNOCK is considering giving Owen Hargreaves a chance to save his career at QPR.
- Owen Hargreaves was released by Manchester United at the end of last season and is now a free agent.
- Hargreaves, 30, has been sidelined for two years with injuries, most of which stem from having tendonitis in both knees.
- But Warnock could do with the former Bayern Munich star’s Premier League experience as the Hoops look to improve their squad in order to stay in the top flight for more than one season.
Ex-Sheffield United and Crystal Palace boss Warno could make a move – if the midfielder will entertain a pay-as-you-play deal.
But he will have to hurry, MLS sides Toronto and Vancouver also want to offer Hargreaves a deal. Star

Monty on QPR's radar - Premier League new boys want Sheffield United's Nick Montgomery

News of The World - Hughton targets Puncheon
June 26, 2011

CHRIS HUGHTON wants to make Southampton winger Jason Puncheon his first signing as Birmingham boss - but faces competition from QPR.
Puncheon impressed during a loan spell with Blackpool in the Premier League last season but was unsettled in the North-West.
And with Saints desperate to move the 24-year-old on this summer, Hughton is ready to swoop in a £1million deal.

QPR1st - QPR1st attend Ladies Presentation NightPublished June 25, 2011

Neil Jackson attended the QPR Ladies http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/qprladiesfc/ Presentation Night on behalf of QPR1st yesterday, and received a gift from the Club for The Trust’s continued sponsorship of a player every season.
- The event was held at Loftus Road Stadium in the Tony Ingham suite.
- The Trust have been sponsoring a Ladies player for the past three seasons and continues to pledge its support for the Ladies department going forward.
- This season The Trust sponsored Tammy Scrivens from the Ladies first-team, who went on to pick up the Manager’s Player of the Year Award.
- For further details on how to sponsor a Ladies player for the 2011/12 season, please download the Ladies Kit Sponsor Form.

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