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QPR won't get Martin Taylor

Birmingham City manager Alex McLeish has told defender Martin Taylor that he will have a key roll in next season`s attempt to get back into the Premier League and therefore QPR can forget signing him.

Since he returned from suspension, he has appeared just once for the Blues, and he has received death threats for accidentally breaking Eduardo's leg in February.




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 23 2008

Time: 12:25PM

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Ah playing hardball Mr. McLeish!! Rumour we'll sign Bobo Balde come friday..
Boxer
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23/07/2008 12:53:00

I bet qpr even fail to buy sucess!! lol
Pete-the-Tractor
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23/07/2008 13:36:00

Ah yes Bobo Balde we rejected him. QPR don't have as much money as they rekon they do it's all bull**** otherwise why would they be looking at a player on a free?
iNathan
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23/07/2008 13:55:00

If he is free of the mental stuff, he will be a good player to keep for next season.
storagematt
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28/07/2008 16:46:00

 

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