List of QPR transfers 2008

For all practical purposes, Queens Park Rangers could be considered as one of the best clubs to manager in England, given the high profile names that have an interest in the club – F-1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone, Renault boss Flavio Briatore and the Mittal family ( who control Mittal Arcelor ). QPR seem to be quite active in the transfer window for a Championship side. Here is a look at the transfers made by the Hoops.

QPR transfers in the summer transfer window ( 2008)

In :

Lee Cook ( Fulham- loan)

Samuel Di Carmine ( Fiorentina- loan)

Emmanuel Ledesma ( Genoa-loan)

Radek Cerny ( Tottenham Hotspur)

Daniel Parejo ( Real Madrid- loan)

Peter Ramage ( Newcastle)
Kaspars Gorkšs ( Blackpool- 250k)

Matteo Alberti ( Chievo Verona)

Out :-

Jake Cole ( Loan- Oxford United)

Zesh Rehman ( Blackpool- loan)

Sean Thomas ( Wealdstone-free)

Stefan Bailey ( Grays Athletic-free)
Daniel Nardiello ( Blackpool- part exchange for the Gorkss deal)

Queens Park Rangers transfers winter 2008

In : Matt Connolly ( Arsenal),

Rowan Vine ( Birmingham City- 1M), Fitz Hall ( Wigan), Patrick Agyemang ( Preston North End- 350 K), Akos Buzsaky ( Plymouth- fee reported to be around 500K), Kieran Lee ( Manchester United – loan), Gavin Mahon ( Watford- loan), Hogan Ephraim ( West Ham), Damien Delaney ( Hull City), Jason Jarrett ( PNE), Michael Mancienne ( Chelsea-loan),

Out- Simon Walton ( Hull City-loan), Shabazz Baidoo ( Dagenham and Redbridge-free), Daniel Nardiello ( Barnsley-loan), Adam Bolder ( Sheffield Wednesday-loan), Romone Rose ( Wimbledon)

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