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Steve Clarke backs Marc-Antoine Fortune over Rob Green own goal

QPR goalkeeper put into his own net against West Brom

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Harry Redknapp last week revealed he had asked Taarabt to miss the tournament to stay and help struggling side

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January transfer window looming with QPR still chasing first win

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