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Report - Ex-Chelsea Star For R's Post?

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Reports this morning suggest that Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink could be on the verge of replacing Jim Magilton at QPR.

The Daily Mail are reporting this morning that the former Holland international is being considered by the Rangers board as they seek to replace Jim Magilton.

The striker who made 486 career appearances remains 'well-connected' on the London circuit and vies with other potential candidates in Darren Ferguson, Paul Hart and Gareth Southgate.

Jim Magilton may be on his way out of Rangers owing to a dressing room fracas with Ákos Buzsáky. A subsequent team meeting failed to yield support for the former Ipswich man.




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Date:Sunday December 13 2009

Time: 7:47AM

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Dear lord, NO! If we must have someone from Chelsea why can't it be Ranieri?
LeeCookFan
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13/12/2009 09:09:00

follows the sequence tho. unknown foreigner,british, unknown foreigner, british. And also would stay in line with a choice that all has us saying "WHAT ????"
lenny367
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13/12/2009 09:11:00

Come on! Would Ranieri quit AS Roma for you lot?
merlin
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13/12/2009 09:27:00

No he wouldn't. LCF seems to have had a bit too much sugar in his tea. Out of the three Hart would be the best but I still want Eddie Howe.
toboboly
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13/12/2009 10:06:00

Forgot Ranieri found a new job.... I agree with Lenny, there does seem to be a trend.
LeeCookFan
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13/12/2009 10:55:00

 

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