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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Mittal's Representative Promises De Canio More Transfer Money

Amit Bhatia, vice-chairman of QPR Holdings Ltd, insists there is money available for boss Luigi De Canio to work with.
Bhatia, son-in-law of Lakshmi Mittal, who's family owns a 20 per cent stake in the club claims becoming involved with Rangers was a "super opportunity" and has "the best platform to go forward."
"It was an idea that had been in the back of our minds and when this happened we kind of looked at Rangers as a super opportunity to be involved in a club that we believe has the best platform to go forward," he told the club's official website.
"It's got magnificent fans, a super stadium, everything just seems to be right with QPR and we were very excited when Flavio (Briatore) and Bernie (Ecclestone) got involved and asked us to get involved
"We bought 12 new players in the January transfer window and with Bernie and Flavio as partners I feel very secure in saying that we will spend money but we will spend it wisely.
"We need to buy the best players and we will go out and buy them when the time is right. So it will it cost money and we are willing to do it." Sporting Life

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