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Buzsáky Departs QPR

ONE of Queens Park Rangers' longest serving players, Ákos Buzsáky has left the club after four years with the club.

The Hungarian midfielder has enjoyed a mixed bag of performances under a variety of different managers - enjoying varying degrees of success during his time at Loftus Road.

His initial impact was excellent - helping Rangers leaps and bounds under Luigi de Canio in a move that would begin the demise the former club Plymouth Argyle.

The midfielder had a succession of injuries and at times his performances appeared to suffer as he failed to gain regular game time over a succession of seasons in W12.

A bust-up with former boss Jim Magilton saw the Northern Irishman sacked, following a limp, lifeless display against Watford and a tongue-lashing that had been brewing for several weeks.

Moments of inspiration from the Hungarian were fleeting but marvelous in their isolation - a stunning goal against Blackpool a particular highlight of his spell at Loftus Road.

He had been offered a new deal by boss Mark Hughes after an upturn in performances, notably against Wigan Athletic, but it appears the length of contract on the table was a stumbling block in negotiations.

Buzsáky may be hard-pressed to get another Premier League club interested in his services, but nevertheless will hope for more game time wherever he roams in near future.

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Date:Friday July 13 2012

Time: 12:53PM

 

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