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The Rise of the Three Lions

Started on 16 February 2013 by patrick1
Latest Reply on 24 June 2013 by patrick1
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2013-06-09 18:34#110465 The Madridista : You're doing fantastic at Q.P.R. mate. The youth team needs to step it up though :P

Cheers! The youth squad is abysmal lol but I need more transfer funds which T. Fernandes won't give me :( so I have to sell to buy but teams just want to loan which is so annoying. I've like £97K left in transfer budget and cant adjust it i think due to the wage bill >.<

Brazilian star linked with a move to QPR




Former Barcelona star, Ronaldinho has been linked with a shock move to QPR. The star who rose to form during the World Cup after that incredible free kick moved from PSG to Barcelona and showed the world what a talent he was but moved to Milan where his career took a step back before moving to Flamengo then to Mineiro. He was once close to joining Chelsea but rejected the move. He is now on the brink of making a sensational move to the EPL with QPR interested. In an interview on Brazilian tv, he said that he would like to try out in the Premier League for at least a season before he retires.

Watch this space!!!
QPR - Quality Rarely Progresses?
2013-06-10 16:38#110885 Suso30 : QPR - Quality Rarely Progresses?

Thats QRP lol so Quality Progresses Rarely :P

Brazilian star signs




QPR are delighted to have announced the signing of 34 year old Ronaldinho on a 2 year deal on a free transfer. The deal will see the former Barcelona star join the club at the end of the season when his contract ends. Patrick was said to be thrilled with the move and said that his experience was a must and to add some flair to the side. In an interview, Ronaldinho said its an absolute dream come true to finally be playing in the EPL and to test himself against the likes of Man City, Chelsea, Man Utd etc.

Tony Fernandes resigns




Reports breaking from the QPR headquarters is that Tony Fernandes has quit the club over disagreements with boss Patrick McKeown. Fernandes who had been at QPR since 2011 thought it would be best for all parties that he would seek pastures new and declared that there would be no hard feelings for the club and wished them all the best except for the manager who said was an utter disgrace to work with.

QPR undergo transfer embargo


QPR have reportedly been the subject of a takeover from a local businessman. It is reported that he is more richer than the likes of Abramovich and that he would love to make QPR the richest club in Europe. For the time being QPR have gone under a transfer embargo which will give Patrick a headache as he looked to improve the squad during the January transfer window.

Billionaire finally completes takeover


QPR are proud to announce that businessman, Mark Fowler has taken over the club from Tony Fernandes and has injected millions of cash to splash on transfers and also the youth system. However he does have doubts about the current boss, Patrick McKeown and a few top class managers have been linked. Mark did say though he is prepared to give Patrick a chance until the end of the season.
Wow thats great. Some quality players could be bought hey ;)
2013-06-24 16:59#115316 tomwill : Wow thats great. Some quality players could be bought hey ;)

Going to try and make it as realistic as possible. But maybe in a few seasons you could see Messi in the EPL ;)

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