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Thursday, December 01, 2011

QPR Report Thursday: QPR Top the Premiership - in Injuries...Agents Fees Report...Flashback: QPR Close Academy


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- QPR Top the Premiership - in Injuries

- Eleven years ago Today: QPR Announce Closing of their Academy

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QPR Official Site - Agents Spending
- Queens Park Rangers Football Club's total amount paid to agents in the period October 1st 2010 to September 30th 2011 was £2,499,214.00.
- The amount shown is the aggregate of all payments made to agents during the reporting period for agency activity, including payments made by the Club on behalf of players.

PREMIER LEAGUE - Premier League Club payments to Agents

The below table shows the payments made by each Premier League club to agents in the period 1 October 2010 to 30 September 2011.
The amounts shown include payments made by clubs on behalf of players.

Arsenal £4,648,532.17
Aston Villa £3,163,320.00
Blackburn Rovers £4,227,056.93
Bolton Wanderers £1,941,896.08
Chelsea £6,457,747.37
Everton £2,931,127.10
Fulham £951,245.50
Liverpool £7,000,242.99
Manchester City £9,663,700.00
Manchester United £4,457,103.00
Newcastle United £6,380,488.00
Norwich City £710,251.75
Queens Park Rangers £2,499,214.00
Stoke City £2,207,698.11
Sunderland £3,735,384.29
Swansea City £248,633.00
Tottenham Hotspur £7,571,815.27
West Bromwich Albion £1,305,576.38
Wigan Athletic £659,800.00
Wolverhampton Wanderers £1,107,918.00
Total £71,868,749.94 - Premier League

- Previous (Football League) Figures for QPR Agents Spending

Jacob Murtagh/Fulham Chronicle

Kieron Dyer closes in on QPR comeback

KIERON Dyer is due to return to full training this morning as he steps up his recovery from a foot injury.

The QPR star has been sidelined for more than three months after suffering ligament damage just minutes into his debut against Bolton back in August.

But the 32-year-old is back in light training, and is expected to resume full sessions with the rest of his team-mates by the end of the week.

Meanwhile, Matt Connolly is also closing in on a return to action.

The defender has been dogged by an ankle problem, but is back in full training at Harlington.

However, the pair will be given a run-out for the reserves next week before being considered for a first-team place. Chronicle

QPR1st - The Four Year Plan documentary

November 29, 2011
- The Four Year Plan offers an incredible insight behind the scenes at Queens Park Rangers Football Club and would be of interest to all football fans, but confirms many of our worst fears in terms of the way the club was being governed during this period.
- The club hope the current owners learn from the mistakes covered in The Four Year Plan and that more professional conduct and measures are put in place to allow us to prosper. It’s clear from this documentary that we lacked the foundations to grow properly and at times, despite the best intentions, the club was treated like a playground for rich people and that communication between internal departments at the club was poor, let alone communication with the fans.
- The appointment of Neil Warnock was crucial to the club and his experience within football and his character allowed us to find the success we craved when it seemed unlikely. The board deserve credit for identifying Mr Warnock as the right man for the job, but it took far too long to reach that consensus and the strategy to hire a strong and experienced character when they could have done that from the outset.
- And while Mr Amit Bhatia deserves credit for supporting Mr Warnock and allowing him to do his job properly, it’s evident that the lack of footballing expertise on the board was a hindrance overall, and we urge our current owners to engage more regularly with their supporters and ensure there is a greater understanding of our expectations and that healthy and mutually beneficial relationships are developed both internally between different departments and externally with the fans.
- You can read reviews of The Four Year Plan at LoftForWords and QPR Today. QPR1st

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