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Samba Diakite Biography

Samba Diakite is a professional footballer who plays for English club Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League.His profile is taht of a midfielder. Though born in France, Diakité represents the Mali national team at international level. Diakité played for Le Bourget and Torcy, before joining Nancy in 2007. On 27 December 2009, he signed his first professional contract after agreeing to a two-year deal with Nancy. He made his professional debut on 27 January 2010 in a Coupe de France match against Plabennec. On 29 January 2012, he agreed a deal to join Premier League team Queens Park Rangers on loan for the remainder of the season with a view to a permanent switch in the summer of 2012. Diakité scored his first goal, a winning goal, for Queens Park Rangers in a 2–1 victory over London rivals Arsenal on 31 March 2012. On 27 June, it was announced by Queens Park Rangers that they had completed the permanent signing of Diakité on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee believed of £3.5million.

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Welcome to the QPR junk sale – everything must go!
Welcome to the QPR junk sale – everything must go!
With confirmation of QPR’s inevitable relegation from the Premier League coming after one of the worst games in the history of the competition, interest has turned towards the future of manager Harry Redknapp, now secure, and that of his squad which is anything but. QPR have the 7th highest wage bill in the Premier League [...]
10 worst Arsenal games of 2012
10 worst Arsenal games of 2012
After taking a look at Arsenal’s best games of 2012, here is a list of the Gunners worst games of 2012! 10. Queen’s Park Rangers 2-1 Arsenal, Premier League, Loftus Road, 31st March 2012 (QPR- Taraabt 22, Diakite 66; Arsenal- Walcott 37) After going on a 7 game winning striker, beating the likes of Tottenham, Liverpool and [...]
Like them or hate them, QPR will stay up
Like them or hate them, QPR will stay up
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