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Healy Rumours Continue

Our other local pub team Queen's Park Rangers are ready to pounce and end David Healy's misery at Fulham.

According to todays press QPR, owned by wealthy Italians and who have a major investor in Formula 1 tycoon Bernie Ecclestone, will approach Fulham this week about a possible loan deal.

Out of favour Healy, who has two and half years left on his contract, would be reluctant to leave Fulham for a Championship side struggling in 18th position in the table - this despite the fact he has been left out in the cold by new Fulham chief Roy Hodgson for the last two games.

QPR though will offer big money as an incentive and the lure of an ever improving side.

Healy says: 'You never know who's watching games, so it's up to me to go out and perform.'




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Date:Sunday February 10 2008

Time: 9:46PM

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It amazes me how Healy can play superbly well for NI yet he plays like **** for you guys.
Aamir
5 goals in nearly 20 games is not good enough for Prem, but he's a good player. What do you expect from a Man Utd youth player? Perhaps a short loan to a club down the road like QPR is what he needs. When he came to Layer Road last season with Leeds agains Colchester he was rubbish; they went down, too, after all...!
Matt_Us
your paths could literally cross if you go down and QPR go up!
merlin
OPR have no chance of going up!! Didn't you see they are in 18th!! That's like saying we can still win the league!!
oranje_emu
He is not good enough for the premiership and has clearly just had a decent run of luck in a N Ireland shirt. Ship him out with the rest of the useless **** that Sanchez brought in. Kamara, Baird, Davis (gone already thankfully), Healey, they all need to be shipped out
donfulham
I hardly think being amongst the top scorers in the European qualifying campaign can be put down to luck. Get a grip there sir.
Carlosio
Oi Carlosio! If that wasn't down to luck why can't he play football in the Premier league?
Backslash2010
 

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