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Farewell Marc Nygaard

Farewell Marc Nygaard

Queens Park Rangers have announced officially the departure of Danish Striker Marc Nygaard by mutual consent.

Nygaard came to Rangers until the reign of Ian Holloway in a free transfer deal from Brescia and made a total of 72 appearances accumulating 14 goals.

He has played under a total of 4 managers, and will be remembered for a stunning strike away at Leicester, cracking a shot from distance on the bounce to send the Rangers fans into raptures.

Nygaard as has been reported on this website is to return to the Danish Superliga with Randers FC.

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Vital Football QPR would like to extend its thanks to Marc and wish him all the best at his new club.

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Writer:Boxer
Date:Monday January 28 2008
Time: 3:05PM

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On a personal note, the bloke has been brilliant for the club, whilst not being gifted with the ability some other players have had, he tried his heart out for the cause every week, and always stay behind to clap the fans, whatever some had to say to him. A real pleasure and a nice man to boot, hope he gets a good club. Cheers Marc!
Boxer
28/01/2008 15:27:00
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totaly agree,and well put,yoooooooooooooooooooooooooors
simmo69
28/01/2008 17:45:00
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gonna miss him if he goes i rated him highly and feel but fot injuries he would now be a legend
ozanne park rangers
15/02/2008 00:19:00
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