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Profile of the English footballer Bobby Zamora, who currently plays as a forward at QPR. The 33-year old player Zamora joined QPR from Fulham and wears the number 25 shirt.

Bobby Zamora
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        (Squad number 25)

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Bobby Zamora Career
1999–2000Bristol Rovers4(0)
2000Bath City (loan)5(7)
2000Brighton & Hove Albion (loan)6(6)
2000–2003Brighton & Hove Albion119(70)
2003–2004Tottenham Hotspur16(0)
2004–2008West Ham United130(30)
2012–Queens Park Rangers49(9)

2002–2003England U216(0)

Bobby Zamora : QPR News
“Andy Johnson could play a part in Queens Park Rangers' play-off bid after recovering from injury has yet another option in attack having also seen Charlie Austin and Bobby Zamora return to fitness in recent weeks.”
 Sky Sports  Today
“Harry Redknapp has revealed that Kevin Doyle may yet have a part to play in QPR's play-off bid With Charlie Austin and Bobby Zamora also fit after long injury lay-offs, Redknapp suddenly has plenty of options in attack for the Championship run-in.”
 Sky Sports  2 days ago
“Sky Bet Championship news Kevin Bond: Momentum key for Play-Offs Assistant manager Kevin Bond felt Queens Park Rangers fired a warning to their With Charlie Austin and Bobby Zamora also fit after long injury lay-offs, Redknapp suddenly has plenty”
 football-league.co.uk  3 days ago
“Forest had just pegged QPR back for a second time when the defender curled home in the 84th minute. Further strikes from Ravel Morison and sub Bobby Zamora added the gloss in this five star showing - but it was Onuoha's contribution that proved critical.”
 Daily Star  3 days ago
“Neither Queens Park Rangers nor Nottingham Forest have enjoyed any of it moments before turning provider for substitute Bobby Zamora to complete Rangers’ biggest, albeit slightly flattering, win of the season and their first in four games.”
 Daily Telegraph  3 days ago
“again but QPR blasted three goals in the final seven minutes through Nedum Onuoha, Ravel Morrison and Bobby Zamora. Forest caretaker boss Gary Brazil admitted: “I never saw the last seven minutes coming. It makes the play-offs a very long shot now.”
 The Daily Express  3 days ago
“But, just as their inability to defend corners looked set to cost them, late goals from Nedum Onuoha, Ravel Morrison and Bobby Zamora secured a first win in four for the hosts.”
 Football365  4 days ago
“77 minQPR SUBS: Redknapp brought on Bobby Zamora for Austin just before the corner and now he makes his final change by taking off Hoilett for Niko Kranjcar.”
 Sports Mole  4 days ago
Bobby Zamora Career Honours
  • Football League Division 3 Winner (2000–01)
  • Football League Division 2 Winner (2001–02)
  • The Championship Play Off's Winner (2004–05)
  • 2005–06 FA Cup runners up
  • UEFA Europa League runner up (2009–10)
  • Football League Third Division Golden Boot (28 goals) 2000–01
  • PFA Team of the Year (3rd Division) 2000–01
  • PFA Fans' Player of the Year (3rd Division) 2001
  • Football League Second Division Golden Boot (28 goals) 2001–02
  • PFA Team of the Year (2nd Division) 2001–02
  • PFA Fans' Player of the Year (2nd Division) 2002
  • West Ham 'Hammer of the Year': 2007 (Runner-up)

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    Robert Green Brian Murphy
    Luke Young Armand Traore
    Max Ehmer Nedum Onuoha
    Suk-Young Yoon Danny Simpson
    Benoit Assou-Ekotto Aaron Hughes
    Richard Dunne Clint Hill
    Shaun Wright-Phillips Junior Hoilett
    Jermaine Jenas Joey Barton
    Niko Kranjcar Hogan Ephraim
    Gary O'Neil Bruno Andrade
    Ravel Morrison Yossi Benayoun
    Matt Phillips Karl Henry
    Tom Carroll Alejandro Faurlin
    William Keane Bobby Zamora
    Dellatorre Modibo Maiga
    Andy Johnson Charlie Austin