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Tabb set for loan move?

I really hope this rumour is not true, but Jay Tabb could well be on the verge of a loan move to championship rivals QPR. The dynamic midfielder has found himself out of the first team picture in recent weeks and hasn't even been on the bench for the last 2 games away at Preston and at home to Middlesbrough.

He impressed in midweek for the reserves, scoring in a 3-1 win, and there is a strong rumour that the fake hoops are lining up a deal to take him on loan.

However with the Royals struggling, many fans would much rather see Tabb back in our first team. His non stop running and energy are what has been missing in our midfield and loaning him to a rival team would be ridiculous.




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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 8 2009

Time: 10:32AM

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Don't worry, can't see him coming to us if I'm honest. He is a good player but I think it's the Cov Telegraph stirring things up because we were interested before he signed for you guys. We have tonnes of midfielders at present, and another would confuse matters immensely!
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