Date:Sunday January 27 2008
Catch up with the goings on at Queens Park Rangers Football Club by reading the previous seven days news all on one page, then watch a short two-minute funny football video clip.
Monday saw news surface that Italian Striker Marco Di Vaio was the latest big name to be linked to a move to W12.
Rangers Move For Italian Stallion?
Staying with Monday, Boxer wrote an article in which Spurs duo Radek Cerny and Tomas Pekhart were also reportedly being wooed by club owner Flavio Briatore.
Rangers In For Spurs Duo
Wednesday saw newsbreak that R's striker Stefan Moore had his contract terminated by mutual consent.
Stefan No Moore
Meanwhile, Daniel Nardiello rejoined his former club Barnsley on loan until the end of the season.
Tykes Take Nardiello On Loan
Vital QPR regular Tom aka JoodyQPR sent us an article from Nigeria in which he entitled...Jealousy, hatred and bitterness - common practice in modern football.
R's Fan Tells It Straight
On a lighter note, Sky TV announced that they had chosen Queens Park Rangers against Stoke City for live television coverage.
Rangers Live On Sky
Thursday unveiled the news that Barnet had snapped up forward Kieron St. Aimie following his release by QPR.
St. Aimie's A Bee
While I announced Vital QPR would be looking into advertising the site by various means.
QPR Fans Site Set For Sponsorship
Thursday also saw news surface that F1 and Renault boss Flavio Briatore was considering quitting the racing circuit.
Briatore To Quit Renault & F1?
Friday saw Rangers midfielder Mikele Leigertwood announce that the new look R's squad should fear no one.
Fearless Ledge while...
John Curtis Open To Offers
Saturday saw an article entitled...
Latest Transfer Rumours
The same day also saw news come to the forefront that striker Marc Nygaard has left Loftus Road and returned to his native country Denmark.
Exclusive - QPR Sell Nygaard
The next seven days should be as interesting as the last with Rangers travelling to the capital of Wales on Tuesday night as De Canio's side face Cardiff City, while Thursday sees this seasons transfer window close.
To finish off, take a look at the short video clip. If nothing else it should make you smile.
Funny When We See Foot Ball Bloopers - The best bloopers are here
Date:Sunday January 27 2008
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