Millwall and QPR have joined to partner up with Prostate Cancer UK for the campaign of 2018/19. The clash of Wednesday marks the two clubs first meeting who has promised that this season they will unite to support the bid of charity to stop prostate cancer being a killer. The match will see the charity’s iconic ‘Man of Men’ take center stage. They will be on Rangers’ shorts, with Ground Construction Limited (GCL). They will be generously donating the sponsorship position to Prostate Cancer UK for the fixture.
Trevor Diviney, the Managing Director of Ground Construction Ltd was extremely happy to support Prostate Cancer, he said: “The fight against cancer is a tough one. This fight is a long and tough one. It requires huge efforts. So, Let’s all get together to give generously and help the battle, the fight against cancer.” Both the teams will be seen doing warm up wearing the T-shirts of the Prostate Cancer UK, and they will be engaged in raising awareness of the most-common cancer in men.
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It is reported that Queens Park Rangers is interested to sign Preston player Paul Huntington. The latter has one year remaining on his contract and is believed to be available for a price of £1m only. This will be a bargain concerning the talent and the experience that the defender possesses.
Queens Park Rangers manager Steve McLaren is keen to strengthen his team in order to mount a promotion push next season. This season they have been quite average defensively and will need some serious improvement if they want to climb up the table.
Steve McLaren said that there are some quality players in the squad and that they will need some quality additions in order to become stronger. He said that Paul Huntington is the kind of player that he is looking for and that he is sure that he will bring some much-needed steel at the back.
The manager said that there is plenty of work to be done and he wants to get his new players as early as possible so that he can start pre-season work.
However, it will all depend on how much Preston will be looking for the player. Queens Park Rangers do not have a big budget and may find it difficult to sign Huntington if Preston looks for a much higher fee.
Steve McLaren said that he is looking for at least 3 players in order to strengthen the team and he will be paying attention to players that are at the end of their contract. He said that he is aware that Queens Park Rangers is facing financial problems and that they do not have a big budget available.
He believes that there are some players available out there that can strengthen the team and this is what he will be looking to do.