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Gianni: We've Done Everything Right

Gianni: We've Done Everything Right

QUEENS Park Rangers' club chairman Gianni Paladini insists the club with fight on in the face of FA charges.

Speaking to Sky Sports the Italian pulled no punches on his view of the current situation in W12.

'We will fight all the way and justice will be done. We have not tried to cheat anybody,' he said.

'We have done everything in good faith. We have done everything right.'

The chairman first became involved in the club in 2004, following Queens Park Rangers promotion to the npower Championship.

Nearly eight years later and upon reflection he has certainly not made Loftus Road a dull place to be.

Events both on and off the field have seen the club in the media for varying reasons, but securing promotion to the Premier League is something he has stated the fans have long deserved.

'This is the most unbelievable time of my life,' Gianni continued.

'We have worked so hard to get this far and get investors like Flavio, Bernie and Mittal.

'It's been a great story. It's great for the fans who have had to put up with s*** for so many years.

'I can't wait for next season. We are not going there for half an hour. We will be a force and stay up.'


Mr Paladini has always divided opinions among Queens Park Rangers fans during his near decade in W12.



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Writer:Boxer
Date:Monday May 2 2011
Time: 12:17PM

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Hmm. Have a look at the line about bexcoming chairman. We were promoted to the Championship in 2004 not 2003.
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02/05/2011 12:40:00
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