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2014-07-29

Brent & Kilburn Times: "QPR chairman Tony Fernandes confident new stadium will be open by 2018"


http://www.kilburntimes.co.uk/qpr/qpr_chairman_tony_fernandes_confident_new_stadium_will_be_open_by_2018_1_3697811
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"QPR chairman Tony Fernandes remains convinced the club will move into a new 40,000-capacity stadium in Old Oak Common, Willesden, by 2018 despite current tenants Car Giant suggesting otherwise.

"Tony Mendes, the managing director of the west London car supermarket, called Rangers’ plans for a new stadium “speculative and presumptuous” as his company would need to be relocated for the project to go ahead.

"Mendes has also denied reports of an exclusivity agreement with the club and has warned the proposals “may take significantly longer” than was anticipated.

"Fernandes, however, is determined to proceed with the 'New Queens Park' project."

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