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Helguson Signs For Watford

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Queens Park Rangers striker Heidar Helguson has joined Watford on an emergency loan deal.

The striker who signed for QPR permanently in January 2009 following a successful loan spell, has penned a short-term loan deal until the end of December with his former club Watford.

It is unclear as to whether the 32-year-old front-man will subsequently leave Loftus Road on a permanent deal or whether it is in Magilton's thoughts to see him return to W12.

The misfiring striker is a Hornets legend and will undoubtedly be given time to hone his goalscoring prowess at Vicarage Road.

Good Luck Heidar




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 15 2009

Time: 11:20AM

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Not that he was setting our front line on fire - but our already we strike force is now even weaker . . . I find this a strange decision unless we're going to get someone of vast experience in (ha, ha!!)
sandydl
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15/09/2009 13:49:00

I believe Fred Reject is still going, ask number8 for more details...
Boxer
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15/09/2009 21:54:00

Ok I'm confused.......is Helguson your player or Bolton's? as on vital Bolton their saying that he is their player again (which looks to be correct as on their official site he is in their team) and on your official site he is not even in the team...............confused Watford fan!!
lokymd
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16/09/2009 20:41:00

Definitely still our player, to many people's dismay. We signed him from Bolton following a successful loan deal in January 2009.
Boxer
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16/09/2009 21:49:00

 

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