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Crystal Palace could be set to raid QPR for one of their young talents according to a local newspaper.

According to the Croydon Advertiser Danny Maguire has been the subject of interest for Neil Warnock as the Eagles have taken the young midfielder on trial. He played in the Palace reserves' 4-2 win over Millwall this afternoon.

A promising young player that was handed a new deal with Rangers only a year ago now looks set for a swift exit should the South London outfit follow up their interest.

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 9 2009

Time: 6:26PM

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I really hoped he'd come through and be a talent, but it looks like he's off whether Palace or elsewhere. Good luck Danny.
Boxer
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09/03/2009 18:50:00

I really hoped he'd come through and be a talent, but it looks like he's off whether Palace or elsewhere. Good luck Danny.
Boxer
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09/03/2009 18:50:00

aye from the reports ive seen it looks like hes deffo going and its a shame as the lad is a good player.
bluemooner_mcfc
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09/03/2009 22:07:00

aye from the reports ive seen it looks like hes deffo going and its a shame as the lad is a good player.
bluemooner_mcfc
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09/03/2009 22:07:00

Regardless of talent I think it's a shame that we're giving our youth away to a divisional rival, there must be something they feel they can work with.
Boxer
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10/03/2009 06:43:00

Regardless of talent I think it's a shame that we're giving our youth away to a divisional rival, there must be something they feel they can work with.
Boxer
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10/03/2009 06:43:00

What worries me even more is that we are giving our youth away - period! We have no real youth policy any more and that is so disappointing and counters what our new Board said they would be doing for the Club when they first took over back in August 07!
sandydl
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10/03/2009 14:02:00

What worries me even more is that we are giving our youth away - period! We have no real youth policy any more and that is so disappointing and counters what our new Board said they would be doing for the Club when they first took over back in August 07!
sandydl
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10/03/2009 14:02:00

It's been better in recent years certainly, the very fact a Championship club is looking at one of our youth tells you that alone. Balanta, Rose and Dean Parrett three decent players to come through.
Boxer
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10/03/2009 14:23:00

It's been better in recent years certainly, the very fact a Championship club is looking at one of our youth tells you that alone. Balanta, Rose and Dean Parrett three decent players to come through.
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