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Adel Taarabt played a part in Tottenham Hotspur's crushing victory over AFC Bournemouth this afternoon.

The Moroccan international is seemingly destined to exit White Hart Lane, but still pulled on a Spurs shirt as they cruised to victory at Dean Court today.

He played the entire second half as Tottenham came into the latter 45 minutes level pegging with the League One outfit.

The QPR target even struck a post as Danny Rose, Jon Obika and a brace from Roman Pavlyuchenko sealed the convincing win over the Cherries.

His future is still in the balance but Rangers are still very much interested in his signature with Neil Warnock even flying to Morocco to convince the young playmaker.




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Date:Saturday July 10 2010

Time: 6:42PM

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PLEASE SIGN FOR US ADEL!!!!
Rs fan super hoop
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10/07/2010 18:55:00

Sorry but the boy would be wasted at QPR. The boy could impress Harry and stay or he will go to Spain or Italy.
Ox Yid
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10/07/2010 19:18:00

I am afriaid your are proberbly right :(
Rs fan super hoop
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10/07/2010 20:44:00

All to often Adel plays for Adel he still has not learned how to be a team player , what a pity the guy is just interested in him self no difference for his loan out to QPR we must sell him he is a good Championship player infact he might come good when he is about 30 year`s old but who wants to wait very sad !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
POP
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11/07/2010 15:15:00

it was a typical Taarabt display to be honest, a few monents to get you out of your seat, but still far too many moments where you (and his team mates) hold your head in your hands.
oxfordspur
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