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The striker was keen on a move to Loftus Road

Peter Crouch today pushed former club QPR closer to a seemingly inevitable relegation as Stoke kick-started their own battle to beat the drop

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Three-time Formula One champion Sir Jackie Stewart has come out in support of Bahrain’s ruling regime, claiming it has “started a move towards democracy” ahead of tomorrow’s Grand Prix in the troubled Gulf nation.

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Former Manchester City player has undergone surgery

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Roberto Martinez warns Wigan ahead of trip to relegation rivals QPR

The Latics head to Loftus Road on Sunday

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Rangers sack striker Francisco Sandaza following hoax call investigation

The player made comments in a conversation which was broadcast online

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Dimitar Berbatov strokes home to give Fulham the lead

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£12.5m Chris Samba was culpable for both of Berbatov's goals

Bobby Zamora: The former Fulham striker is now a key figure for Harry Redknapp’s QPR

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