Date: 7th January 2008 at 8:14pm
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Loan signing Gavin Mahon has revealed how tycoon and Rangers co-owner Flavio Briatore sweet-talked him into joining QPR and his ambitious three-year master plan.

The midfielder is on loan from Watford until the end of the season; however, Mahon is expected to sign a permanent deal during the close season. Talking exclusively to the Daily Mail the 31-year-old said…

“The Championship is a hard league to get out of, everybody knows that. When I met Flavio he said he had a three-year plan to go up, but I know deep down he wants to do it before three years.”

“That is why the club is spending big in January. Flavio wants to get a squad of players together to keep picking up points this season and see where it takes us. Then next season he’s really going for it.”

“You don’t come to a club that’s struggling, spend a few million pounds and then say ‘ah well, it didn’t work out’.”

“He was telling me where he wants to take the club and I told him I want to be part of it.”


What do you think? Do Queens Park Rangers have any realistic chance of making this seasons play-offs? Will the club gain promotion within three years?

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2 Replies to “Premiership In 3 Flavio Tells Mahon”

  • rangers must have a realistic chance this season to reach the play offs,the players that have been bought already look to be very capable of keeping us in this league,but with de cannio playing the right cards at the right time it could prove more rewarding for all concerned,heres hoping!!!!!!!yooooooooooooooooooooooooors

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