QPR’s Panic Spree is the Exception on Saner Transfer Deadline Day: The Nightly EPL

british pounds QPRs Panic Spree is the Exception on Saner Transfer Deadline Day: The Nightly EPL

It was a mad day in the Premier League transfer window today. Peter Odemwingie went AWOL. Brek Shea was beaming like a Cheshire Cat on his drive in to Stoke City. Aston Villa signed a French footballer that no one had heard of or rated. And then Harry Redknapp, the man who said that ”I don’t really want to see the owners have their pants taken down like they have in the past” did exactly that, spending an obscene amount of money on one brilliant player (Chris Samba) and two loan deals for footballers who probably won’t get much, if any, playing time — Jermaine Jenas and Andros Townsend.

David Conn of The Guardian writes about the panic spree from QPR, which is balanced by a day of saner transfers.

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3 Responses to QPR’s Panic Spree is the Exception on Saner Transfer Deadline Day: The Nightly EPL

  1. Todd says:

    I know I’m going to state the obvious here but… Harry Redknapp loves to talk as much as he loves to spend the owners’ money.

  2. Jonathan says:

    I’m glad Hazard isn’t getting a longer ban, and I’m not even a Chelsea supporter. The whole thing was stupid on his part and that of the ball boy. Bad decisions should not be followed by more bad decisions and I’m glad it’s stopped where it has.

  3. Andy says:

    Tony Fernandes didn’t read Soccernomics. Tony Fernandes should have read Soccernomics.

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