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Former England No 1 was Harry Redknapp's first choice last season

Neil Lennon

Shakhter Karagandy 2 Celtic 0 match report: Celtic stunned by minnows from Kazakhstan in Champions League play-off

First-leg defeat ensures a difficult task in Glasgow next week

Chairman Barry Hearn

Behind the scenes at Leyton Orient: What’s it like working for Barry Hearn? You find he soon has you figured out

Continuing our weekly column uncovering the reality of football down in the lower leagues

Scott Parker

Transfer news: Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker joins Fulham after snubbing QPR

The England international completes move across London in deal thought to be worth £2m

QPR 1 Ipswich 0 match report: Youngster Tom Hitchcock scores last-minute winner in dramatic victory for Rangers

The 20-year-old son of QPR goalkeeping coach Kevin Hitchcock comes off the bench to score in the final minute and hand Harry Redknapp's side the win

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Transfer news: New Hull signing Tom Huddlestone hits out at Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas

Midfielder claims his former manager didn't give him a fair chance and criticises Spurs' transfer policy for signing foreign players and selling developing English talent

Scott Parker could be reunited with former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp at Queen's Park Rangers

Transfer news: Harry Redknapp confirms QPR deal agreed for Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker

Tottenham midfielder Parker to reunite with former manager Redknapp in the Championship

Darren Bent has remained largely on the Aston Villa bench over the last season

Transfer news: Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert confirms striker Darren Bent set to join Fulham having undergone a medical

Lambert confirms Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway's comments earlier today that the Cottagers had lured Bent on a season-long loan deal

Scott Parker and Jermain Defoe

Transfer news: Jermain Defoe next target for QPR as Harry Redknapp closes on Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker

Rangers' boss wants to bring his former players to Loftus Road and has said they will be crucial if the club are to return to the Premier League

Scott Parker

Transfer news: Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker close to QPR switch

Scott Parker is close to signing for Queen's Park Rangers after the west London club agreed a £3.5m fee with Tottenham.

Scott Parker

Transfer news: Harry Redknapp hopeful that QPR will complete signing of Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker by the end of this week

Former Spurs boss wants to link up with the 32-year-old once again as he attempts to lead the west London club back to the Premier League at the first time of asking

Troy Deeney celebrates scoring against his boyhood-club Birmingham to give Watford a 1-0 win (Getty Images)

Transfer news: Watford striker Troy Deeney emerges as a shock target on Tottenham radar

Andre Villas-Boas is interested in the 25-year-old with Jermain Defoe likely to leave White Hart Lane

Huddersfield 1 QPR 1 match report: Junior Hoilett rescues a point as Rangers fail to cash in on possession and chances

James Vaughan opened the scoring but defensive display earns hosts a point against Championship favourites

France midfielder Etienne Capoue

Transfer news in brief: Etienne Capoue nears
Tottenham switch; Stewart Downing set to leave Liverpool; Anton Ferdinand let go by QPR

Tottenham are close to completing a £9m deal for the France midfielder Etienne Capoue from Ligue 1 club Toulouse.

Transfer news: QPR midfielder Park Ji-sung rejoins former club PSV Eindhoven

South Korean returns to the club he played for before Manchester United move

Transfer news: QPR sign former West Ham midfielder Gary O'Neil on a free transfer

O'Neil joins on a one-year deal after spending the last fortnight training with the club

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