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Fabrice Fernandes

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Date of Birth: 29/10/1979
Place of Birth: Aubervilliers
Nationality: French
Height: 5.09 (1.73 m)
Weight: 11.02 (70.8 Kg)
Club: Southampton
 Internet Stories: 359 articles
QPR locked in power struggle between Les Ferdinand and Neil Warnock as Championship club decide on new manager - 12/11/2015
QPR are locked in the middle of a power struggle between Les Ferdinand and Neil Warnock that has already cost one manager his job and will affect who Tony Fernandes decides to appoint.
Tony Fernandes and Mike Ashley have both damaged their respective clubs, but in different ways - Glenn Moore column - 15/05/2015
]]> There are many ways to damage a football club. Loftus Road will witness two of the most contrasting. The home team, Queen’s Park Rangers, are completing their second relegation campaign in three years, laid low by one that loved not wisely but too well. The visitors, Newcastle United are in danger of following them into the second tier thanks to a man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.
Paul Scholes: Tony Fernandes needs to show his ruthless side to revive QPR - 14/05/2015
]]> The only saving grace of Queen’s Park Rangers’ relegation is that the club now find themselves in a position to clear out a squad which, in part, has been relegated twice from the Premier League. But it is one very small consolation amid a whole load of problems for the club.
Tony Fernandes 'still in shock' after Chelsea defeat QPR with just one shot on target - 12/04/2015
]]> QPR chairman Tony Fernandes invariably wears his heart on his sleeve, with the Malaysian often quick to criticise - or back up - his players on Twitter.

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Euro 2016 is important on and off the pitch to unify France and the whole of Europe, insists former striker Thierry Henry
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