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QPR flop Taarabt launches STUNNING rant at 'very bad' boss Redknapp and greedy team-mates

qpr flop taarabt launches stunning rant at 'very bad' boss redknapp and greedy team-matesADEL TAARABT has labelled his former boss Harry Redknapp as 'a very bad manager' and believes half his old QPR team-mates were only in it for the money.
Daily Star 1 week ago

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Former QPR ace launches astonishing attack on veteran English coach

Former QPR player Adel Taarabt has criticised his former coach Harry Redknapp, calling the 68-year-old “a very bad manager”. Taarabt recently signed a five-year deal with Portuguese giants Benfica..
Football FanCast 1 week ago

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News video: Door open for Adel Taarabt for this weekend

Door open for Adel Taarabt for this weekend

Harry Redknapp is refusing to rule playmaker Adel Taarabt out of contention for Saturday's Premier League trip to Chelsea.
Source: Press Association UK - on October 31, 2014

 
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Taarabt hits out at 'very bad manager' Redknapp

taarabt hits out at 'very bad manager' redknappAdel Taarabt did not bite his tongue when giving his opinion on former QPR manager Harry Redknapp. Adel Taarabt has launched a scathing attack on Harry Redknapp's coaching abilities, labelling his..
WorldNews 1 week agoAlso reported by •SoccerNews.com
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Taarabt: Redknapp is a very bad manager

taarabt: redknapp is a very bad managerThe former QPR manager labelled the Morrocan as "the worst professional I have ever come across" last season, and the player has now replied in kind
Goal.com 1 week ago
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Morocco midfielder Adel Taarabt leaves QPR for Benfica

Morocco`s controversial midfielder Adel Taarabt has joined Benfica on a five-year deal after his Queen`s Park Rangers contract was terminated by mutual consent.
Zee News 3 weeks agoAlso reported by •BBC Local NewsBBC Sport
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Man Utd transfer news and rumours: Nicolas Gaitan free to move to Old Trafford; Jan Oblak can replace David de Gea

Man Utd transfer gossip: Adel Taarabt's move to Benfica could free up midfielder's path to United
Telegraph.co.uk 3 weeks ago

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Man United free to sign Benfica star after Adel Taarabt transfer


CaughtOffside 3 weeks ago

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Moving around with all the zip of Chuck Blazer on his Fifa mobility scooter

Click here to have the Fiver sent to your inbox every weekday at 5pm, or if your usual copy has stopped arriving The season’s over, and nothing of any interest whatsoever is happening. Don’t let..
guardian.co.uk 3 weeks ago

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Manchester United ‘clear to complete transfer of Nicolas Gaitain after Adel Taarabt joins Benfica’

Is this transfer about to happen?
Metro.co.uk 3 weeks ago

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Adel Taarabt joins Benfica after QPR contract is terminated by mutual consent 

adel taarabt joins benfica after qpr contract is terminated by mutual consent Adel Taarabt left relegated Queens Park Rangers on Friday and signed for Portuguese champions Benfica after the midfielder's contract was terminated by mutual consent.
MailOnline 3 weeks ago

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Benfica signs Taarabt after QPR release

benfica signs taarabt after qpr releaseBenfica has signed Adel Taarabt on a five-year contract after QPR agreed to terminate the Moroccan's contract.
Goal.com 3 weeks agoAlso reported by •SoccerNews.com
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Transfer talk: Morocco international leaves QPR to join...

transfer talk: morocco international leaves qpr to join...ADEL Taarabt has joined Benfica after his contract with Queens Park Rangers was terminated by mutual consent. The Morocco international has signed a five-year deal with the Portuguse champions. Taarabt..
Derby Telegraph 3 weeks ago

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DONE DEAL: Former Tottenham playmaker Adel Taarabt leaves QPR for Benfica

done deal: former tottenham playmaker adel taarabt leaves qpr for benficaADEL TAARABT has signed for Benfica after his QPR contract was terminated by mutual consent.
Daily Star 3 weeks ago

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Adel Taarabt leaves Queen's Park Rangers to join Benfica

adel taarabt leaves queen's park rangers to join benficaAdel Taarabt's controversial six-year stay at QPR is over after he left to join Benfica. His departure from Loftus Road "by mutual consent" was confirmed in a statement from QPR on Friday. At the same..
Western Morning News 3 weeks ago

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Taarabt joins Benfica

taarabt joins benficaThe Moroccan has penned a five-year deal with the Portuguese champions having reached an agreement with the relegated Premier League side to termination his contract
Goal.com 3 weeks ago
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Adel Taarabt joins Benfica on free transfer from QPR

• Moroccan midfielder signs five-year contract • ‘The club wishes Adel well for the future’ say RangersThe Moroccan midfielder Adel Taarabt has signed a five-year contract with Benfica after..
guardian.co.uk 3 weeks ago

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QPR outcast Adel Taarabt completes transfer to Portuguese champions Benfica

Controversial Moroccan Adel Taarabt has finally left London.
Metro.co.uk 3 weeks ago

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Adel Taarabt agrees Benfica switch

Portuguese daily newspaper A Bola understands that Benfica are set to complete the signing of Moroccan midfielder Adel Taarabt. The […]
SoccerNews.com on June 11, 2015


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