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Parejo returns to Madrid

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by RblockShepherdsBush (U8578284) 17 December 2008
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Not exactly a shock. Personally, I'm pleased to get him off the wage bill and make way for a Buzsaky replacement/new striker.

I won't hold a grudge against the lad, and I wish him well for the future. But those of you that predicted the kid from Madrid would not cope in the Championship should feel more than a little smug tonight.

Who thinks he'll nail down a place in the Real side in the next few years? Knowing our luck I wouldn't bet against it!

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comment by TAF (U12559759)

posted Dec 18, 2008

dorsetqpr has hit the nail on the head there when he refers to Sousa's comments - Parejo clearly lacked the right attitude. And as much as I would like to wish him luck all I can think is how much I will enjoy the last laugh when his career plummets something similar to Leon Knights. All trouser no chat as far as I'm concerned - adios mi amigo perezoso.

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comment by TAF (U12559759)

posted Dec 18, 2008

PS. the fact that Parejo has been allowed to leave before the 01/01/2009 tends to confirm this - Sousa clearly felt he was of no use of the important string of games coming up.

I think this is really positive news as it shows Sousa is pulling the strings and I feel as if a cloud has lifted over loftus road.

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posted Dec 18, 2008

Like others have said a good player who would do well in the prem where he would get more of the ball and have a little more time to pick his pass. The championship is not suited to him.

Sousa didn't seem to be impressed with his attitude though reading between the lines so he will def need to improve that.

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posted Dec 18, 2008

hurrah!!!!

waste of space

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posted Dec 18, 2008

I know people have already said this but still how can the bbc article write that he had 'an impressive spell?

Honestly, who were they watching!!

Glad he's gone - he looked like he couldn't give two monkeys about wearing the hoops. The only thing that potentially be frustrating is if a few years down the line he becomes a superstar. However, on the performances I've seen (Charlton at home springs to mind) he was shocking.

I could've played better.

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posted Dec 19, 2008

"Parejo played 18 games for QPR during an impressive spell at the London club."
LOL...who wrote this article? Have they watched any of the games he played in? <laugh>

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posted Dec 19, 2008

You've got to say, it was impressive......

Picking up those wages for contributing sod all! <grr>

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comment by QPRDan (U11555021)

posted Dec 19, 2008

His body language always gave the impression he wasn't bothered. Never lived up to the hype.

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posted Dec 20, 2008

I used to live in Madrid. I spent a year and a bit there. The impression I got was that nobody in Madrid could believe there was a better place on Earth to live even though it is pretty much smack bang in the middle of a desert, has worse traffic than London and the worst architecture and food in Europe.
Real Madrid players have a similarly unjustified superior attitude.
Parejo....well was not really a proper Madrid player...but had adopted the same dumb-ass superior attitude and hence didn't perform.
Good riddance.

PS. London makes Madrid look like Bolton.

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