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The Campbell Conundrum

The Campbell Conundrum

DJ Campbell could be eyeing the exit door at Loftus Road - should Rangers be looking to retain the striker?

Signed in the summer last season, DJ Campbell came to QPR off the back of a successful season personally with Blackpool - 13 goals in the top flight under Ian Holloway was not enough however to save the Tangerines.

He penned a deal with QPR for £1.2m - a deal surprisingly sanctioned by the man with a tight grip on the QPR purse strings - Flavio Briatore.

Only a handful of appearances owing to persistent injury woes have seen Campbell strike only once for the R's - in the 3-0 victory over eventually relegated Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Campbell has remained on the periphery while he recovers from his latest set-back with all the indications that he is set to sit back while the likes of Bobby Zamora and Djibril Cissé take centre stage in the front line.

With the forward making overtures that his future could lie elsewhere, would you like to see QPR keep hold of a striker that has certainly yet to achieve his potential in W12?



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Boxer
Date:Friday June 8 2012
Time: 6:05PM

Comments

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no no no and a big no
alfiepj
08/06/2012 18:34:00
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Out of interest, what makes you say that? Some would say he's a poacher that can come good from the bench and has yet to have a fair crack of the whip.
Boxer
08/06/2012 18:36:00
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Worth a gamble when we were desperate when Tango and Cash deserted the club. However, those days are in the past, as is DJ.
QPR4Me
08/06/2012 20:24:00
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