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Cullip Ready For Fight

Danny Cullip has today said that he is ready to 'battle', after leaving title-chasing Nottingham Forest to help ensure Championship survival with QPR.

The former Brighton starlet, who could find himself pitted against Nottingham Forest next year, in either league, has signed a year and a half contract at Loftus Road and has informed the fans that he is willing to battle to drag QPR outside the relegation places.

'All I can say is that I will come in and give my all,' said Cullip.




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Date:Friday February 2 2007

Time: 10:51AM

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He will be good for them in a relegation dog fight I would say. He has the right attitude and leadership qualities. Good business for QPR all in all but was surplus to requirements here.
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