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QPR Striker Chase Continues

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Queens Park Rangers continue to chase that elusive forward as several prospective deals hit stumbling blocks.

As mentioned previously Daniel Cousin has rejected a move to Loftus Road, despite assurances from his agent Willy McKay.

The agent who previously stated a deal was done evidently thought his client would be better served plying his trade in Greece as he is poised to sign for Larissa.

Meanwhile interest from Dave Kitson and Caleb Folan in signing for the R's has waned, as they look set to bid for Ipswich Town striker Tamás Priskin.

Priskin has failed to impress the Town faithful in his brief period at the club, and with Patrick Agyemang departing Rangers it could be the Hungarian poised to fill the void.




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Date:Wednesday January 27 2010

Time: 6:52PM

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Oh dear. Don't waste your filthy wonga on Priskin. He will only disappoint and frustrate. Great in 121 situations but is a lazy so-and-so and is so stroppy when he doesn't get his own way.
DrWatford
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27/01/2010 21:15:00

Sounds like he'll fit right in then, DrWatford - most of our players are lazy so-&-so's & stroppy - especially his international team-mate, Akos Buzsaky!
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