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Saturday, April 04, 2009

Another "Sousa Out" Claim: QPR Want Ferguson to Replace Sousa

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Another "Ferguson to Replace Sousa" Claim
- The same names keep being reported, time and again: Darren Ferguson...Paul Ince...Darren Ferguson...

UPDATE: Complete Mirror Story
Mirror/James Nursey - QPR want Darren Ferguson as manager
- QPR want Darren Ferguson this summer to replace doomed boss Paulo Sousa.
Rangers' Portuguese first team coach Sousa, 38, is set to be demoted after winning just seven matches since succeeding Iain Dowie in November.
And QPR's autocratic co-owner Flavio Briatore has identified Sir Alex Ferguson's son Darren,37, to replace Sousa.
Ferguson junior got Peterborough promoted to League One last term in his first full season in charge.
And QPR are poised to move for the ambitious Scot if promotion hopefuls Posh fail to reach the Championship.
Sousa's days are numbered at Loftus Road and it was Briatore's decision to send striker Dexter Blackstock on loan to Nottingham Forest.
Briatore is also lining up summer transfer targets like Dele Adebola, 33, a free agent at Bristol City. Mirror

BBC Gossip/The Mirror - "QPR want Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson to replace boss Paulo Sousa in the summer. (Daily Mirror)" BBC Gossip

- Note: on March 31 The Mirror ran "QPR to demote manager Paulo Sousa in summer shake-up" and on March 8 "Queens Park Rangers Line Up Paul Ince as Nanager"

So: Who Exactly IS Darren Ferguson: Some Details ....January 2007 (7 QPR managers ago!): Appointed Manager of Peterbrough

- What's your view of this drumbeat of "Sousa-being-replaced" Stories?

Today's QPR Birthday: Paul Parker
- QPR's Former Star, Paul Parker, Turns 45: Born April 4, 1964. Signed from Fulham (along with Dean Coney) by Jim Smith (and David Bulstrode)in the summer of 1987. Played 125 games for QPR until Manchester United "stole" him for two million pounds in the summer of 1991. Also made his England debut while with QPR. See Parker Bio. See Also Wikipedia Profile.
- Earlier last season, Paul Parker spent a few months at QPR as "Commercial and communications director." From 2007, See: Paul Parker No Longer at QPR? and "Paul Parker Axed by QPR"

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