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Hull's Vine for Rowan

Queens Park Rangers forward Rowan Vine has made a long-awaited move away from W12.

The want-away striker has penned an initial one-month loan deal with Hull City as he looks to re-kindle his career with the Tigers.

The striker who signed for Rangers from Birmingham was pure inspiration in his first season, helping John Gregory's men avoid relegation.

Since an horrific leg-break in training however, he has yet to re-capture the form that saw him hailed as a fans' favourite.

Vine's bit-part appearances for the reserves from the bench only served to fuel speculation surrounding his departure.

Today we have confirmation however that Rowan Vine is a step closer to leaving the club.




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Date:Friday October 1 2010

Time: 12:39PM

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at last we got rid of him what a waste of space he was
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