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Julian Speroni has refused to rule out a move to Queens Park Rangers as he revealed he enjoyed working with Neil Warnock.

The Argentinean 'keeper featured in Palace's 2-0 defeat to Rangers at the weekend - beaten by both Ákos Buzsáky and Kaspars Gorkss.

Recent reports in the press, notably the Mirror, have linked the R's with a plunder for Palace players in the summer - including stopper Speroni.

Speaking to the Mail he refused to rule out the possibility of working with Neil Warnock once more: 'I had a good time with Neil Warnock while he was here. I`ve got one more season on my contract here.

'Then, whatever happens will happen.'


In the past Speroni has proven himself as a formidable opponent against QPR and despite seeing two goals go past him at the weekend, had another decent game.

Warnock has made it known that he needs another goalkeeper on his books, especially when you consider recent injury problems to Radek Cerny - the only recognised stopper on the books.




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Monday April 12 2010
Time: 7:26AM

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would be good only thing is we had 3 shots on target and 2 went in!
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