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Saturday, June 30, 2012
The R’s want to complete their business as soon as possible
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes insists the club are looking to complete their business as early as possible in the transfer window.
The R’s are looking last minute scramble for players that afflicted the previous two periods and have signed Samba Diakite, Robert Green, Ryan Nelsen and Andy Johnson so far.
“We’re very busy at the moment in terms of transfers,” Fernandes told the club’s official site.
“We’ve got time on our side this season, unlike last summer when we came into the Club quite late in the summer window.
“We’re trying to get our business done as early as possible to give Mark and his player’s time to settle.
“Things are going to plan - and it’s a case of so far, so good.”
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