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http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2013/04/23/2013042301091.htmlQueens Park Rangers to Tour Korea This Summer
Park Ji-sung and Korean teammate Yun Suk-young will join their English Premier League club Queens Park Rangers on a Korean tour from July 16 to 25. On July 19, QPR will play local side Gyeongnam FC in a friendly match.
The Korean club held a press conference in Changwon, South Gyeongsang Province on Monday, and said, "We agreed to hold a friendly with QPR on condition that Park and Yun will definitely play."
While the venue has yet to be confirmed, the most likely option is Gyeongnam's home stadium, Changwon Football Center. QPR will also likely hold a friendly with a foreign team here during the tour.
Korean fans' attention remains pinned on what lies in store for Park as the Rangers, with just four games left this season, are sitting 19th out of 20 teams in the league with a paltry 24 points from four wins, 12 draws and 18 losses. As relegation to the second-tier Championship now seems inevitable, players that command higher salaries may find themselves at greater risk of being traded to other teams.
"Even if Park gets traded to another team before the friendly, it has been agreed that he will not move on before the match is held," Gyeongnam owner Ahn Jong-bok said on Monday, hinting that the game could be Park's last for QPR.
Liverpool Echo -
QPR supporter accused of stabbing Everton fan after a match remanded in custody
By Steve Graves
Apr 22 2013
A QUEENS Park Rangers supporter accused of stabbing an Everton fan after a match was remanded in custody.
Leon Hughes, 24, appeared before magistrates at North Liverpool Community Justice Centre today.
Hughes, of Eastleigh Walk, London, is accused of attacking Nikolas Lintott with a small saw known as a pad saw as fans left the area around Goodison Park after the Blues' 2-0 win over relegation-threatened QPR on April 13.
Pad saws are used in DIY to cut metal and wood when working in small areas.
Julian Peers, prosecuting, said Mr Lintott had been stabbed in the chest with the saw, which had a serrated blade.
The court was told the Everton fan suffered a punctured lung in the attack on Priory Road, at the junction with Walton Lane.
He had attempted to break up an incident involving a female supporter after attending the match himself.
After the incident he was discharged from hospital and was reported to be resting at home.
Hughes, a warehouseman, faces charges of malicious wounding with intent to cause GBH and possession of an offensive weapon.
He was denied bail and is set to appear at Liverpool crown court on May 3.
QPR Official Site - April 23, 1999
GROUNDSHARE - CLUB STATEMENT
Proposal by Brentford FC to Groundshare at Loftus Road
A Statement by QPR FC.
In response to an article referring to the above that appeared in today's (Friday, 23rd April 1999) London Evening Standard, QPR FC/Loftus Road Plc wishes to make the following statement to ensure that the fans of both QPR and Brentford are aware of the facts.
"Approximately 6 weeks ago QPR FC/Loftus Road Plc was approached by Brentford FC with a proposal for Brentford to ground share at Loftus Road Stadium. After consideration by the Board of Loftus Road Plc this proposal was rejected."
- Statement Ends -QPR Report
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