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Profile of the Croatian footballer Niko Kranjcar, who currently plays as a midfielder at QPR. The 29-year old player Kranjcar joined QPR from Dynamo Kiev and wears the number 19 shirt.

Niko Kranjcar
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        (Squad number 19)

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Niko Kranjcar Career
2001–2005Dinamo Zagreb84(19)
2005–2006Hajduk Split50(15)
2006–2009Portsmouth83(9)
2009–2012Tottenham Hotspur72(11)
2012–Dynamo Kyiv13(4)
2013–Queens Park Rangers (loan)24(2)

2000–2001Croatia U16/1717(8)
2001–2002Croatia U197(2)
2002–2005Croatia U2115(2)
2004–Croatia81(16)

Niko Kranjcar : QPR News
“Modibo Maiga and Niko Kranjcar threatened from time to time for a Rangers team 67), Knockaert (Dyer, 68); Nugent, King.”
 The Independent  Yesterday
“QPR had their chances but will have to wait a little longer The visitors were coming into the game much more now and a delightful one-two between Niko Kranjcar and Maiga saw Schmeichel again doing well to tip over the latter’s shot in the 22nd”
 Ilford Recorder  Yesterday
“QPR had their chances but will have to wait a little longer The visitors were coming into the game much more now and a delightful one-two between Niko Kranjcar and Maiga saw Schmeichel again doing well to tip over the latter's shot in the 22nd minute.”
 Football  Yesterday
“Boss Harry Redknapp was already missing midfield duo Joey Barton and Niko Kranjcar through injuries as well as long-term absentees Matt Phillips, Charlie Austin, Kevin Doyle and Ale Faurlin.”
 Football365  20 days ago
“Leicester started well and threatened on a couple of occasions through Riyad Mahrez as QPR failed to get a touch of the ball Kasper Schmeichel was called into action again when Niko Kranjcar found space and fired towards goal before producing another”
 Sports Mole  Yesterday
“The 28-year-old allowed a long-range drive from Croatia's Niko Kranjcar to bounce over his arms in a 3-2 loss which cost Steve McClaren his job on one of the darkest nights in English football.”
 Sporting Life  9 days ago
“Charlie Austin could start for QPR. Rangers' 15-goal top scorer has made two substitute But Nedum Onuoha (calf), Niko Kranjcar, Aaron Hughes and Jermaine Jenas (all hamstring) could return to the squad.”
 Football365  10 days ago
Niko Kranjcar Career Honours
  • Dinamo Zagreb: Prva HNL (1): 2002–03
  • Dinamo Zagreb: Croatian Cup (3): 2001, 2002, 2004
  • Dinamo Zagreb: Croatian Supercup (2): 2002, 2003
  • Hajduk Split: Prva HNL (1): 2004–05
  • Hajduk Split: Croatian Supercup (1): 2005
  • Portsmouth: FA Cup (1): 2007–08
  • Croatian Football Hope of the Year: 2002
  • Prva HNL Player of the Year: 2003, 2005
  • SN Yellow Shirt Award: 2004

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