Football: QPR prepare to play as Kulcsar returns home

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GEORGE KULCSAR, the Queen's Park Rangers midfielder who was diagnosed as having viral meningitis last week, has returned home.

Rangers said Kulcsar is doing well and they thanked the thousands of fans who had passed on their best wishes for his recovery.

Their training ground in Acton has been reopened and the first-team squad are back in training for the First Division game at Fulham on Saturday. Rangers and Sheffield United are discussing a new date for their postponed fixture last Saturday.

Alex Miller, the former Hibernian and Aberdeen manager who is the No 2 to the Scotland manager, Craig Brown, is joining Liverpool as a scout and will operate at home and abroad alongside Ron Yeats.

Liverpool's move is a surprise change of direction for Miller, who has always been on the management side. However, there have been rumours of a rift with Brown. Miller will continue to work for Scotland on a part- time basis.