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Breaking News


  • Defender Richard Dunne has been out for eight weeks with knee injury
  • Irishman played 81 minutes in 3-3 Under-21 draw with Millwall
  • Former Man City and Aston Villa centre-back hopes to be in squad for Chelsea match this weekend

RICHARD Dunne has declared himself available for QPR’s bid to beat the drop after making a return this week from a knee injury. 

The Irishman has been sidelined for eight weeks with a medial ligament problem following Rangers Premier League defeat against Southampton on 7th February.

However, the 35-year-old came through 81 minutes of the R’s 3-3 Under-21s draw against Millwall on Tuesday and he hopes to feature again in Chris Ramsey’s plans.