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Thursday, September 13, 2007

QPR Supposedly Want Italian International Costacurta as Manager

According to the Daily Mirror. A little strange: A neophyte Italian manager with no managerial - or English - experience? The Mirror story also repeats what was in the Sun re QPR wanting young Arsenal stars.

Qpr want Italy legend Alessandro Costacurta as their new manager.
His appointment would spell Costa-curtains for current Rangers boss John Gregory at Loftus Road.
The Championship club is being driven now by F1 tycoons Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone after their takeover.
And the duo have identified former AC Milan defender Costacurta, 41, as the boss they want after talks in London.
Costacurta, (right), who won 59 Italy caps, speaks English fluently - and is eager to move into management.
Briatore is also hoping for help from Arsene Wenger this season by borrowing some of Arsenal's young stars - such as 17-year-old Fran Merida. Mirror

Daily Mail repeats/cites the Mirror story "Italy legend Costacurta lined up to the new QPR manager"

Defender...Played for AC Milan from 1987 to 2007. Just started as coach at AC Milan.
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