- QPR CEO Philip Beard on QPR Plans "Only the Start of the Story: Philip Beard Reveals the new Plans for QPR" [See Pages 20-23 FCBusiness]
"A new stadium is few years away. Five Years away minimum. That gives us the time to cultivate the brand and the support of QPR"
QPR OFFICIAL SITE - QPR Squad off to Germany
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*Following Ryan Nelsen's involvement with New Zealand in the Olympics, the defender will be flying out to meet up with his new team-mates for the first time on Saturday. He will not be involved in the Trabzonspor fixture QPR
Cardiff City Football Club are pleased to announce that Heidar Helguson has joined the club from Queens Park Rangers following the completion of his medical and signing late on Thursday afternoon.
Heidar's arrival marks the fifth new addition to the Cardiff City squad following the capture of Joe Lewis, Jordon Mutch, Kim Bo-Kyung and Etien Velikonja this summer. The former Iceland International front man will take squad number 22 for the 2012/13 season at Cardiff City Stadium, signing a one year deal in the Welsh capital for an undisclosed fee from the Hoops.
Friday will be Heidar's first day of training with his new team-mates, after an evening watching Iceland versus Sweden at Handball in the Olympics with fellow countryman Aron Gunnarsson tonight. The striker will also be included in the pre-season Bluebirds squad at Oxford United on Saturday.
Check back right here on Friday for reaction to the move from both Heidar and his reuniting boss Malky Mackay. Cardiff
QPR Official Site - SUTHERLAND SIGNS NEW DEAL
The 18-year-old midfielder, who represents the Republic of Ireland at Under-19 level, has put pen to paper on a deal until June 2015. QPR