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Skysports.com can confirm Queens Park Rangers have agreed a loan deal with Hull for Daniel Cousin.

Cousin has found himself out of favour at Hull, making just three appearances all season.

The former Rangers striker is keen on a move away in search of regular first-team football and Championship side QPR are ready to take him to Loftus Road.

Rangers boss Paul Hart is keen to bring in a new forward and he is ready to conclude a deal for Cousin, who is currently away at the African Cup of Nations with Gabon.

His agent Willie McKay has confirmed a deal has been agreed between both clubs and that Cousin is looking forward to making the switch to Loftus Road.

"The two clubs have agreed a loan deal for Daniel," McKay told skysports.com.

"Paul Hart has spoken to Daniel and he is keen to bring him to Loftus Road.

"Daniel is away with Gabon as he is captain of his country, but he is happy to make the move to QPR.

"He wants to be playing football regularly and he feels this is a good move for him as they are an ambitious club."

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What a fucking dobber.

Wonder if he regrets chasing the EPL dream now?

I think he's too arrogant for that mate,he will blame the managers he's worked with probably and claim he wasn't given a chance.

With the right attitude, he could've been a hero here as well.

In the 4-2 game at porkheid we got to see the player who was too often hiding behind the huff.

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What a fucking dobber.

Wonder if he regrets chasing the EPL dream now?

I think he's too arrogant for that mate,he will blame the managers he's worked with probably and claim he wasn't given a chance.

With the right attitude, he could've been a hero here as well.

In the 4-2 game at porkheid we got to see the player who was too often hiding behind the huff.

So true,he flung their defenders about like empty shellsuits.

Such a waste.

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I quite liked the big guy. Met him at M n D's a couple of years ago. Sat on the grass and had a picnic with him and his wife and kids. Chatted for a good half an hour entirely in french about how he much he liked playing for the club. It was his wife that wasn't happy up here. Couldn't settle at all.

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He's exactly what we could do with right now. The Old Firm could have been a different game with him up front. Think of the 3-0 win we had at Ibrox against Celtic a couple of seasons ago, the 3-2 defeat at Parkhead, the 4-2 game last season.......the big man was immense, we desperately need a physical presence up front.

The only forward that looks like any sort of threat in big games for us is Kenny Miller.......Novo occassionally, usually in appearances off the bench. We need to combine that pace with power.

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I quite liked the big guy. Met him at M n D's a couple of years ago. Sat on the grass and had a picnic with him and his wife and kids. Chatted for a good half an hour entirely in french about how he much he liked playing for the club. It was his wife that wasn't happy up here. Couldn't settle at all.

a knew that french book a gave you would come in handy :craphead:

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