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Thursday, January 15, 2009

It's Miller Time at Loftus Road...

QPR today clinched the signing of Republic of Ireland International midfielder, Liam Miller from Sunderland.

The 27 year old, former Celtic and Manchester United midfielder was originally due to join on loan, but an undisclosed fee was agreed for Liam to join the R's until the end of the season.



  • At 7:26 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I wish Liam all the best for success and happiness at Loftus Road, BUT how many more midfielders do we need, without a prolific scoring record? Would love to see the R's sign an up and coming striker who has cut the mustard at a lower level or a more experienced striker who can help for a year or two and whose recent record as a goalscorer is a good one at a high level. I'm afraid I am puzzled and disappointed with many (not all) of the recent signings who I don't think are adding much to the squad. Who is in charge of new signings, I wonder, because their track record is most unimpressive(even ignoring the costs involved).

    Keep up your good work, Lofty.

    South Coast Ranger

  • At 8:44 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    We desperate for prolific goalscorer or someone who is a handful to defenders such as Leroy Lita to get into play-off spots. I know Rowan is on the way back to fitness, but the question is how long into the first team squad? Even try to get Lita on loan for a couple months.

  • At 9:29 pm, Anonymous rosie said…

    hi rosie here, just like to say what a bloody good signing liam miller is for the r`s, he is a quality player and only roy keane didnt like him because he`s better looking than him;/ liam & rowly in the middle ,cookie & routledge on the flanks ,its dreaming isnt , good luck boys for sat

  • At 12:14 am, Blogger Bobo said…

    Liam, good luck!!

    I can't disagree with you South Coast Ranger but I'm still hoping that there is a master plan slowly unfolding that will help the Rs score some more goals. Any way that we can grow a new ACL for Buzsaky using stem cells?



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