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David McIntyre /West London Sport - QPR served with writ by Dunga
QPR have been served with a writ by Dunga, who claims he is owed over £1m by the club.
The ex-Brazil player and coach was listed as a Rangers director prior to the Flavio Briatore-led takeover of 2007.
He was part of Antonio Caliendo’s Monaco-based group which owned QPR, and says he has not been repaid money he loaned the club.
After being unveiled by Caliendo and former chairman Gianni Paladini, Dunga’s involvement was minimal until he helped them win a bitter battle for control in 2005.
He unexpectedly flew in from Japan to vote at a crucial board meeting that led to the ousting of Bill Power as chairman and the departures of director Kevin McGrath and chief executive Mark Devlin. West LondonSport
by Richard Langley, former QPR midfielder
The pressure is on Mark Hughes and his team.
“With a combination of great team spirit and a nucleus of players that were QPR through and through, we managed to survive.”