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The Summer Transfer Window has now passed with Queens Park Rangers bringing in six players - but how do you feel about the inclusions?

The additions of Alejandro Faurlín from Instituto for a fee rising to £3.5m was undoubtedly the highlight of the window from QPR's perspective, with the only other permanent addition being Alessandro Pellicori from Avellino.

Rangers have taken four on loan from Premier League clubs including Adel Taarabt from Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United's Tom Heaton, striker Jay Simpson from Arsenal and long-term target Ben Watson from Wigan Athletic.

Despite the addition of two forwards, some supporters are still searching for they believe is the solution in the attacking line, but here's where we pose the question:

What did you think of Rangers dealings in the Transfer Window?

You can vote on this article using the front-page link or even suggest a poll of your own.

Man of the Match

QPR fans recently voted on their Man of the Match against Scunthorpe United with Matthew Connolly edging out goalscorer Adel Taarabt to the prize.

The top three were as follows in descending order:

1. Matthew Connolly - 43%
2. Adel Taarabt - 32%
3. Radek Cerny - 6%
=. Alejandro Faurlín - 6%




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Wednesday September 2 2009
Time: 11:24AM

Comments

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How do i feel? Angry. Perplexed. First off, Faurlin did not cost 3.5m. From what i hear, it was a free and his overall package could cost up to 3.5m. Who ever heard of a 2nd division Argentinian costing 3.5m? Second off, the loan signings of Simpson, Watson and Taarabt undoubtedly improve the quality of the squad, but they are loan signings which can't be good for long term stability. But most of all, what is it with our addiction to midfielders? OK, we probably have some of the best midfielders in the division, but we desperately need a left back and a striker who can score 25+ goals a season. Simpson may be that man, but he is young, inexperienced, and we have no contingency if he gets a recall or injured. These are our midfielders; Mahon, Mikele, Buzz, Faurlin, Routelege, Rowlands, Watson, Ephraim, Cook, Balanta, Alberti, Ainsworth and Taarabt. These are our strikers; Helgusson, Vine, Pat, Simpson, Pellicori. Bonkers!!
adman08
02/09/2009 11:57:00
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I would contest that Jim brings in players that improve the squad by and large... prior to Pellicori we didn't have a target-man now we do... all the others are better than what we currently have in the squad, which can only be a good thing in my book. If Jim has faith in our strikers not to go and get another one, who am I to argue with his judgement? Cheers for the comments adman :D
Boxer
02/09/2009 12:03:00
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I think we have improved a lot from last season. Although we are not that strong up front Pellocori and Simpson will add a lot to our team. And we not have a midfield any championship team (except Newcastle) would envy.
LeeCookFan
02/09/2009 18:24:00
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I think we did reasonably well in the market this year but we are still not bringing in players with vital experience at this level! A player like Kevin Phillips-he may be 55 years old but he gets more goals than all of our strikers put together!!! he has played major parts in the promotions of west brom and birmingham over the last couple of years and i think hes got a few goals left in him yet.
talktoferg
02/09/2009 19:47:00
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The problem is they do not want to come to us. Face the fact we are not a big enough club to attract these players. Besides in an interview when Birmingham went up, he did say he wanted this to be his last season and he wanted to end it in the Premiership.
LeeCookFan
03/09/2009 06:40:00
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