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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 Rangers55(9)

2002–2003England U216(0)

Bobby Zamora : QPR News
“Repeat needed: Loic Remy celebrates scoring the first QPR goal with Andros Townsend (C) and Bobby Zamora (R) This victory was almost cruel. The win offered the majority of 18,169 fans false hope that Rangers would ride away from relegation scot free.”
 GetWestLondon  5 days ago
“Bobby [Zamora] is getting fitter and we have Charlie [Austin]. The key was strengthening the defence and midfield. We feel we have enough up front. It’s been a good transfer window for us.”
 Daily Telegraph  Yesterday
“The fallout from Ryan Nelson leaving Toronto FC could see former England striker Jermain Defoe head back to the Premier League after Queens Park Rangers expressed an interest goalscoring-hero Charlie Austin and Bobby Zamora, while their ranks have”
 The Independent  Yesterday
“Queens Park Rangers rounded off their tour of Ireland with a comfortable 2-0 win over Athlone Town. Play-off hero Bobby Zamora scored his first goal of pre-season as he slotted home from Shaun Wright-Phillips' cross just before half-time.”
 BBC  28 days ago
“Bobby Zamora struck his first goal of pre-season to help QPR collect a 2-0 victory over Irish hosts Athlone Town.”
 YAHOOSports  28 days ago
“QPR took full advantage of their rush of blood to the head Armand Traore wriggled clear of the defence from fellow substitute Bobby Zamora’s pass, but the former Arsenal left-back’s strike dropped wide of the post, while, at the other end, van”
 The Advertiser  Yesterday
“He has only Charlie Austin, who scored his first Premier League goal in their win against Sunderland, and Bobby Zamora as available out-and-out strikers and both have been prone to injuries in recent seasons.”
 Daily Mail  2 days ago
“Matt Phillips and Junior Hoilett wasted promising openings, before Bobby Zamora replaced goal-scorer Austin for QPR. Mannone produced another fine save off his line to deny Jordon Mutch, but neither side were able to repeat the intensity of the first-half.”
 ITV  3 days ago
Bobby Zamora Career Honours
  • Football League Division 3 Winner (2000–01)
  • Football League Division 2 Winner (2001–02)
  • Football League Championship play-offs 2004–05
  • 2005–06 FA Cup runners up
  • UEFA Europa League runner up (2009–10)
  • Football League Championship play-offs: 2013–14
  • 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)

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Alex McCarthy Robert Green
    Brian Murphy
    Clint Hill Nedum Onuoha
    Armand Traore Steven Caulker
    Rio Ferdinand Richard Dunne
    Suk-Young Yoon
    Niko Kranjcar Jordon Mutch
    Joey Barton Adel Taarabt
    Junior Hoilett Eduardo Vargas
    Matt Phillips Alejandro Faurlin
    Leroy Fer Mauricio Isla
    Jermaine Jenas Karl Henry
    Sandro Shaun Wright-Phillips
    Bobby Zamora Charlie Austin
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