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Exclusive - QPR Sell Nygaard

Vital Queens Park Rangers has been informed that striker Marc Nygaard has left Loftus Road and returned to his native country Denmark.

According to a Danish language sports website www.bold.dk the 31-year-old, (whose Rangers contract expires this summer) has already signed.

Vital QPR regular and Danish resident ACE has translated the following.

Randers FC director Jacob Nielsen stated earlier, that in spite of the signing of forward Søren Berg the club was still on the outlook for another striker. Randers has, according to bold.dk's own information, found their man in the former Danish international.

In 2005, QPR signed Nygaard from Italian side FC Brescia Calcio, and before that he played for Dutch and Belgian clubs. He had his debut in the Danish national team in 2000 in a friendly against Germany ending his spell in 2002 with six caps in all.

Bold.dk has information that Nygaard will arrive in Randers within days.


Translation ends.

Fans can expect an official announcement within days.

Writer:ACE
Date:Saturday January 26 2008
Time: 6:32PM

Comments

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good bye and good luck marc
ozanne park rangers
26/01/2008 18:54:00
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Wonder when the offish with announce the news?
hoops
26/01/2008 18:57:00
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yeh real exclusive. bin on wearetherangersboys, dot.org, indyrs and old rivals already this week. keep up.
Ranger Boy
26/01/2008 19:22:00
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So sorry Rangers Boy but sadly I don't visit the other sites that often. Obviously they have thier finger on the pulse far better than I.
hoops
26/01/2008 19:29:00
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I sense friction.
cresswell
26/01/2008 20:13:00
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Is this a surprise to you or did you know he was on his way?
will it ever happen
27/01/2008 20:42:00
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We are just reporting the news, from a different angle... with no agendas
Boxer
27/01/2008 21:25:00
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Looks like it's official now! http://www.bold.dk/nyt/?vis=79040
hoops
28/01/2008 12:31:00
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