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  1. WATRB Championship Preview Part Two

    Millwall

    Manager: Kenny Jackett

    Season 2009-10 finish: 3rd position (League One play-off winners).

    Ins: Shaun Batt (Peterborough United - undisclosed), Tamika Mkandawira (Leyton Orient - free), Steve Mildenhall (Southend United - free), Kevin Lisbie (Ipswich Town - loan), James Henry (Reading - undisclosed).

    Out: Dave Martin (Derby County - undisclosed), Jason Price (Carlisle United - free).


    So, after four years, Championship ...
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  2. WATRB Championship Preview Part One

    Published on 1st August 2010. Transfers after this date are obviously not mentioned.

    My source for Championship transfer news: Soccerlens.com.


    WATRB Npower Championship Preview
    By The Godfather


    It really is very difficult to describe last season for QPR in words. Headbutts in the dressing room; managers sacked after only a few weeks; interfering Chairmen/Sporting Directors. Some of these storylines would be considered too bizarre for a TV soap ...
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  3. Just received my ST

    Quote Originally Posted by shanksy View Post
    got mine today too....... no scarf though!!
    Do you seriously think anyone will get a scarf, it would cost them too much in postage.
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  4. O'Neill should get players for Milner

    It feels like the saga over James Milner is not going to end anytime soon, but it is likely that the England man will not be a Villa player by the time the season kicks off. If I was Martin O'Neill, I would be looking a the City squad that they have to dramatically trim before the campaign stars and picking a number of players to take to Villa Park as part of the deal. As I sit in my front room and think about it then I would get Wright-Philips, Steven Ireland and Nedum Onouha and money for Milner, ...
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  5. Take Taarabt back?

    There is no doubting that Adel Taarabt has got great skill and is not going to get a chance at Spurs, so its great to see that the club are interested in taking in on a permanent 2.5 million deal. The Moroccan international spent last season on loan at Loftus Road and looks like he is still developing as a player, so as I sit here in my front room writing this I think he could be the man to help take QPR forward over the coming years. What do other fans think?
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