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Hoilett signs for Hoops

Hoilett signs for Hoops

Junior Hoilett has left Blackburn Rovers to join Mark Hughes at QPR.

Junior has been at the club since the age of 13 but after an impressive first team breakthrough and Rovers relegation he has used his contract situation to engineer a move elsewhere.

Rovers are now entitled to a 'training fee' which should be decided by a tribunal and could reach the £5m mark if things fall Rovers way.

Good luck at Rangers Junior, shame to see you leave.



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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Friday July 27 2012
Time: 2:32PM

Comments

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Well at least we get more than if he chose Monchengladbach!
Mikey Delap
27/07/2012 14:34:00
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Yep, hopefully Mackie comes instead of a fee!
marshinrover
28/07/2012 11:29:00
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Decent move, Its his level, he is not ready for a big club just yet
Sasman!
29/07/2012 00:14:00
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Unbeliveable move ... I have to say that this is not a move to pregress his career, simply none of the big clubs wanted him and everyone else was put off by silly wage demands .. QPR had no defence last season and Junior has no real defensive qualities ... I personally think he has treated Rovers with contempt this summer ... he should have signed a one yr contract so that we could have got wot the club were owed for him!!
Clint
30/07/2012 12:53:00
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