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QPR strike Diouf off the X-Mas card list

QPR strike Diouf off the X-Mas card list

Rovers winger El Hadji Diouf landed himself in hot water over the weekend by enraging the entire QPR family with his antics.

After Neil Warnock took a swing (not literally) in the direction of the always in trouble Senegalese man after the cup game on Saturday night and now the man who broke a leg, Jamie Mackie, has joined in.

Mackie unfortunately suffered a double break of his leg in an accidental collision with Gael Givet but the senior Diouf of the Rovers team has lit a fire by allegedly taunting Mackie while he was on the floor.

QPR manager Neil Warnock described Diouf after the game as 'the gutter type' and saying 'I was going to call him a sewer rat but that might be insulting to sewer rats.'

And Mackie has now joined in by having a sly dig as well.

Jamie Mackie is quoted in the Sun as saying - 'I'm lying on the floor with a bad injury and even his team-mates were embarrassed by what Diouf was saying.

'There's no room for that in the game - and in my opinion he's an absolute disgrace.

'I'm trying hard not to think about Diouf. That's because when I do it makes me want to snap my cast off and run up there and find him.

'There's no place in football for the likes of Diouf. There's a line and he crossed it. Diouf was repulsive.'

Things got even worse after the whistle as EHD then struck a QPR player and a tunnel bust apparently took place.

Nice work El Hadji, really well done and such clever behaviour.

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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Monday January 10 2011
Time: 9:08AM

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Getting out of hand this from both sides of the coin?!
Mikey Delap
10/01/2011 09:51:00
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We all know what EHD is like and it was only a matter of time till something like this happened again, hopefully the January window will see the back of him. Pity Allardyce doesn't have a new job to take him to.
Stubbs
10/01/2011 11:20:00
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If this is true then he needs to be suspended until Mackies leg heals -. I thought he was excellent against us at Bloomers but this is sickening
nunu
10/01/2011 12:12:00
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EHD - cannot be defended for what he did. He should be made to issue a humblung apology immediately.
FreidelNo.1
10/01/2011 13:08:00
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There are no words what can describe what EHD is...I have took *****s nicer than him, infact all my ***** is nice than him. The thing is people say if he knew his leg was broke he wouldn't of said stuff to him but he was sayin '***** you and ***** your leg' while he was screaming in pain...scum of the earth.
P.Avfc
10/01/2011 13:19:00
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Twice African footballer of the year - how did that happen?
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
10/01/2011 13:41:00
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hold up a second. we have only heard one side of the coin, from 2 qpr players and there manager. Their has been no comment from the match offficals, the fa, or one of our own. Dont get me wrong, if the above are the facts, I do not condone his behaviour at all, and he deserves every bit of punishment and abuse that comes his way. however, until we hear the other side of the coin, or something official comes out, surely we can hold back a touch?
sasman
11/01/2011 00:09:00
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He definetly did it Sas - he needs to apologise
FreidelNo.1
11/01/2011 08:37:00
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we should be suporting diouf! it was an appalling challenge on givet, id have been giving him s*** too! Diouf had every right and more, if warnock didnt tell his teams to 'break their legs' then it wouldnt have happened in the first place
LHrover
11/01/2011 11:20:00
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he definately did what? abuse mackie? yes we know that...but the little we have heard from ourside was he abused him about the atrocious tackle mackie did on givet.....and what about warnock the hypocrit? he has no right to even make a comment....scum of the earth
sasman
11/01/2011 13:41:00
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