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Dyer extends QPR stay by a year

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Kieron Dyer has only appeared once in a QPR shirt © Getty Images
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Queens Park Rangers midfielder Kieron Dyer has signed a new one-year deal with the Loftus Road club - despite playing just three minutes this season.

Dyer, 33, broke his foot during QPR's opening day defeat to Bolton at Loftus Road last August and did not feature again in the entire campaign.

QPR boss Mark Hughes has decided to give the England international another chance, whilst Clint Hill, Akos Buzsaky and goalkeeper Radek Cerny have all been offered new deals.

Amongst those released from the club are the likes of Danny Gabbidon, Danny Shittu, Fitz Hall, Gary Borrowdale, Peter Ramage, Lee Cook, Rowan Vine and Patrick Agyemang. The released players should go some way to lowering Rangers' inflated wage bill before the new season.

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