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COOK TO STAY WITH QPR

Breaking news, Lee Cook has been offered a two-year deal to extend his QPR contract until 2009.

Club chairman Gianni Paladini confirmed Cookie was keen to stay with his boyhood heroes and was looking forward to working with Gary Waddock and Alan McDonald.

Speaking to qpr.co.uk he said:

'I've spoke to Lee's agent who has confirmed that he's happy to stay with us for another two years.

'He's looking forward to working with Gary Waddock and Alan McDonald next season and is very optimistic about the future.'

Cookie is currently away on holiday but should be joined by Shabazz Baidoo in signing new contracts.

Baidoo has rejected the two previous contract offers placed in front of him but after an agent change his future looks likely to be at Loftus Road.

Paladini also confirmed the club are still looking to strenghten ahead of the new season.

'We've already agreed terms with one target which will be announced soon. He'll give us more depth in the defensive unit and we're also keen to sign one or two strikers before the start of the season.'

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Date:Monday May 22 2006

Time: 4:19PM

Your Comments

Cracking news - a few reasons to be hopeful in what is still looking a fairly bleak close season at Loftus Road
stevesayce
yeah good news 4 u, he's a good player
green giant 12
fit sister!
redfox
thats really good news i think lee cook is our best player. im suprised he hasnt gone to the premiership! im not too sure about Baidoo though i dont relly rate him.
xoxkatiexox
ah least u will have one player next year!:)
redfox
yea lol ainsworth and rowlands are good to.
xoxkatiexox
What happended this season anyway, as you did well last year?
miked_joker
They didn't do so well as last year miked, thats what happened.
FEn_100
 

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