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Sunday, July 15, 2012

QPR Report Sunday: Touring...8 Yr Flashback "Foreign investors step in to keep QPR in business"...Forest Deny Paladini Role...Ex-QPRs: Frank Clarke Turns 70...Andy McCulloch-Michael Wale Report Flashback.


- Ex-QPR Centre Forward Frank Clarke Turns Seventy Today. Happy Birthday


Again Denying Gianni Paladini Role at Nottingham Forest

   This is Nottingham "...The Al-Hasawi family again distanced themselves from former QPR chairman Gianni Paladini, who Peterborough threatened to report to the Football League for an alleged illegal approach for Ferguson.
"We have no knowledge of that (any approach for Darren Ferguson). We know Gianni Paladini from the football world," said Al-Hasawi, who also confirmed there has been no contact with former England boss Glenn Hoddle.
"We are approached by many people. People like Mr Paladini do recommend certain names. He is not employed by us at all. We have no involvement with that matter." This is Nottingham

re Andy McCulloch: 
       Born January 3, 1950.Signed by Les Allen from non-league Walton and Hersham in October 1970. Made his QPR debut that same month - in the (recorded) televized game at home to Birmingham, which QPR won 5-2. McCulloch got the fifth goal. Rodney Marsh got a hattrick (VIDEO) . Team that day: Parkes Clement Hazell Watson Gillard Ferguson Hunt Venables Morgan - Marsh McCulloch
Altogether played 42 games for QPR, scoring 10 goals. Was sold to Cardiff in October 1972 for 45,000 pounds (which was pretty good fee considering we'd just bough Stan Bowles the previous month for 110,000 pounds (and Don Givens in the summer for 35,000 pounds)
Became a fairly prolific goalscorer with Cardiff, Oxford and Sheffield Wednesday and Brentford.


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