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QPR Trialist 'Snubbed Manchester City'

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Giorgos Tofas has been linked with a move to Queens Park Rangers after reportedly snubbing Fulham and Manchester City.

The 21-year-old striker - formerly of Αnorthosis Famagusta and AEK Athens - has been linked with Loftus Road by IM Scouting who believe him to be on trial.

A trialist did score for Rangers in their recent behind-closed-doors friendly against Tottenham and this is widely believed to have been the Cypriot front-man.

In the past he has also been linked with a move to Middlesbrough, but a deal to take him to the Riverside fell through prior to his move to Famagusta.

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 8 2010

Time: 8:22AM

Your Comments

QPR Trialist 'Snubbed Manchester City' ? What a pile of bollox.
tublu
City are truly heartbroken .. sob sob
jackblue
oh jesus. thats a bit gay.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
more blues comments that any other - grow up! you can tell they're new money can't you?
jim4pompey
Let's not forget that these Manchester City 'fans' have only been supporting the club since 2008, and only understand a football transfer as signing an over-rated, greedy, over-paid 'world class' player.
danielqpr
These fans were supporting their club in the 3rd tier of English football we were averaging 28,000 then what is your average again?
jackblue
Jim4pompey - can certainly tell you are NO money! This article doesn't even mention your team, how desperate are you,
eighthsin
Danielqpr - By all accounts that would mean you have only just started supporting qpr since you were taken over then!? Pot. Kettle. Black.
eighthsin
There's no doubt Man City are a big club. But even their big support cannot sustain the level of spending going on,, especially as it was probably made from betting on dubious cricket games
Brianinkent
 

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