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QPR Lose Out on Another Striker!

QPR Lose Out on Another Striker!

QPR have failed in their efforts to sign Sunderland striker, Michael Chopra, on loan. Instead, he has opted to sign for Cardiff City, the club he left to go to Sunderland 16 months ago.

QPR apparently tried repeatedly, over the past few weeks, to complete the signing of 24-year old Chopra, and were even prepared to pay a very high salary, higher than any of the other players currently at the club, to get their man.

But, for whatever reason, Chopra has chosen to return to Cardiff City and could very possibly play a part in their match against QPR at Loftus Road this coming Saturday.

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Writer:sandydl
Date:Thursday November 6 2008
Time: 1:44PM

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It's ok having the money, but is it an attractive proposition. Chopra will have chosen cardiff because of the old links obviously, which in a sense is nice to see someone not moving for money.
shepsblade
06/11/2008 15:39:00
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Yes, you're right - money shouldn't be the be-all & end-all - & loyalty is rare these days. That doesn't stop it hurting that QPR have - yet again - failed to bring a quality striker to the club!!!!
sandydl
06/11/2008 16:04:00
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are we that desperate that we would have paid £20,000 a week in wages to him ,i'm glad he's not signing.
simmo69
07/11/2008 13:15:00
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