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Flav Slams Speculation

Flavio Briatore has hit out at suggestions in the recent media that Gianluca Vialli is in line to replace Gigi De Canio as manager.

The F1 Magnate is responding to a recent article in a Sunday tabloid that stated there was a distinct language barrier and the current manager was struggling to get his message to the players.

Flavio told the offical website:

"It's not even an issue."

"Gigi has a contract with QPR and we intend to honour it - simple as that"


He continued:

"Gianluca is a friend of mine and he is welcome to come and watch matches whenever he wants, but Gigi is our manager - end of story"

"We are happy with the job Gigi and his staff are doing and he is very much part of our project"


Gigi has taken charge of 16 games with the R's thus far, guiding his team to five wins four draws and seven defeats.

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 15 2008

Time: 4:02PM

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Thank ***** for that,great news in my opinion,so would the LOW LIFE from the Mirror go and fantasize elsewhere. Yooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooors
simmo69
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15/01/2008 16:26:00

Agreed, he's trying to get us playing the right way, and after regimes of utter tripe its going to take time!
Boxer
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15/01/2008 18:01:00

good nes for Gigi but i would still personally prefer Luca but i am not stinking rich and don't own the club so never mind just an opinion
ozanne park rangers
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15/01/2008 18:39:00

I think most clubs would prefer Luca at the helm.
will it ever happen
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16/01/2008 11:21:00

 

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