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Warnock Agrees QPR Deal

Neil Warnock has taken a step closer to being named QPR boss after he agreed personal terms with the club.

The Crystal Palace manager has refused to rule out speculation that he is departing Selhurst Park and this latest report suggests a deal has been struck.

Four Four Two are reporting that Warnock has agreed personal terms with Rangers and the deal now is now on pending a settlement between the two clubs.

Warnock himself has vowed to remain in charge for Saturday's clash with Doncaster, but beyond that it seems his future may well lie in W12.




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Date:Thursday February 25 2010

Time: 1:44PM

 

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