Tuesday, December 25, 2012

QPR Report Tuesday (Christmas Day) - Christmas Greetings From Loftus Road...Past Greetings...QPR's Last Christmas Day Game...QPR's Last Christmas Day Signing...Christmas Birthday for Scott Donnelly..Championship 2013-14 Kick Off Date Announced

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QPR OFFICIAL SITE -Seasons greetings from everyone at Queens Park Rangers...

 Dear Supporter,



We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy Christmas and a fun-filled New Year.
Your support over the last 12 months has been exceptional and each and every one of you has played a part in our Premier League campaigns of 2011/12 and 2012/13.

No one associated with this club will ever forget that final day of the season back in May. Ultimately, our bid to beat the drop was inspired by you – the fans – who helped make Loftus Road a fortress in the final five home fixtures of the season.
The roar that shook Loftus Road at the final whistle against Stoke City will remain with us all forever and we will always be grateful for your fantastic support.
As a group of directors, we are determined to build on what we’ve started here and with your continued support, we firmly believe we can achieve our goals.
There is no need to ask what you all want for Christmas and will hope for in the New Year – because we want the same.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,
The Board of Director QPR






"I Love QPR" Adel Taarabt Now Talking AC Milan
« Thread Started Yesterday at 3:11pm »  

Sky

QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt says that his agent has spoken to AC Milan

By Simone Bargellini. Last Updated: December 24, 2012 

Adel Taarabt has claimed that while his agent has spoken to AC Milan, other factors would have to happen before any move to the San Siro.

QPR's Moroccan playmaker admits that rumoured exits and arrivals at the San Siro would have an effect on whether he would make a move to the Italian giants.

"Me to AC Milan? My agent speaks with (AC Milan CEO, Adriano) Galliani, but my future depends on Robinho and Pastore," Taarabt told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"Milan aren't going through a glorious period now, and they're no longer a part of the top clubs, but making it big with the Rossoneri could open the door to huge clubs like Real Madrid or Barcelona."

Taarabt was close to moving to Paris St-Germain in 2011, but he is adamant that a move to the French side is not on the cards.

"Leonardo preferred Pastore and then spoke ill of me. As long as he stay there I won't ever go to Paris, even if I often hear the president Nasser Al Khelaifi."

However a move elsewhere in the Premier League is something the 23-year-old would consider.

"I'd leave London only for Manchester United, the club of my dreams, where there is no number 10.

"For Mr Ferguson I'd also stay silent on the bench and I would work hard." SKY





 Update: Gianni Paladini Still in for Birmingham









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