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Peter Odemwingie offered to pay back West Brom £300,000 in bonuses to force QPR transfer

Striker travelled to QPR last night despite not being given permission to do so

Peter Odemwingie of West Bromwich Albion celebrates scoring

West Bromwich Albion disappointed with 'unprofessional' Peter Odemwingie

West Brom this morning told Peter Odemwingie to focus on his commitments to them after his bizarre transfer deadline day actions.

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Stoke complete signing of United States winger Brek Shea

Player will join from MLS club FC Dallas

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QPR trigger £10m release clause for Christopher Samba

Former Blackburn defender set to join relegation fight

Sergio Aguero was among the Manchester City players unable to break the deadlock against QPR

Roberto Mancini calm despite dropped points against QPR

Manchester City failed to find a breakthrough against bottom side

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Harry Redknapp says he is not sleeping well, because “my whole life is consumed by saving QPR”

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Harry Redknapp selects defender despite Park Ji-sung's return to fitness

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Toronto announce QPR defender Ryan Nelsen will join them next month

The New Zealand defender will become a manager in the MLS

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Rennes midfielder has long been linked with a move to the Premier League

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