QPR must change their transfer policy

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QPR plot big money move for ex-Man United ace

Date: 9th June 2014 at 2:32am
Written by Alex Hams

QPR are considering a move to make Rio Ferdinand their highest paid player on £80,000-per-week, according to reports from The Guardian. The veteran centre-back saw his long and glittering spell at Manchester United come to a close recently after his contract reached ... Read More

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    Christopher Burke
    6 months ago

    we are not a retirement home for everybodys elderly cast offs! we will need a mix of young and more mature if we are not to become a yo-yo team always up for two years and down for two

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