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With the transfer window been and gone Queens Park Rangers fans thought that their side had dealt well during the window.

Six additions including four on loan have been the extent of Rangers' dealing this summer with Alessandro Pellicori arriving on a free transfer from Avellino and Alejandro Faurlín on the other end of the spectrum in a deal worth £3.5m from Instituto de Cordoba.

Four have come in on loan with Jay Simpson coming in from Arsenal, Adel Taarabt from Tottenham Hotspur, Tom Heaton from Manchester United and finally Ben Watson on deadline day from Wigan Athletic.

We asked: What did you think of Rangers' dealings in the Transfer Window?

The voting went as follows:

1. Good - 35%
2. Ok - 29%
=. Disappointing - 29%
4. Excellent - 4%
5. Disastrous - 3%

Now we ask the following

Do you think QPR should dip into the loan market?

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 6 2009

Time: 11:00AM

Your Comments

I don't understand that!!!!!!!!
jezza99
If the opportunity arises to bring someone in who is of a better quality than what we already have then it would be a good idea. There must be some good players at Premiership clubs who wont be getting a look in
lenny367
Well I am glad so many of our fans understand that when we do go for the big names they are normally not interested in coming to us.
LeeCookFan
Exactly LCF - any of them that do want to come to us are coming for all the wrong reasons in my opinion.
Boxer
 

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