Profile of the Brazilian footballer Sandro, who currently plays as a midfielder at QPR. The 25-year old player Sandro joined QPR from Tottenham and wears the number 30 shirt.
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Sandro : QPR News
“Sandro is unable to return to play in England at present as his work permit has expired and it appears the west London club have been playing him without one.”
7 days ago
“Galatasaray have offered Sandro an escape from his Queen’s Park Rangers visa limbo.”
8 days ago
“QPR midfielder Sandro put his visa problems to one side as he took some time out to show his adventurous side on a quad bike.”
12 days ago
“Galatasary appear close to completing the double signing of Tottenham striker Roberto Solado and QPR midfielder Sandro. According to reports on london24.com, Sandro looks set to leave England following the expiration of his work permit.”
6 days ago
“QPR have denied reports that midfielder Sandro has been deported from the United Kingdom. A story in British media claimed the former Tottenham man was forced to return to Brazil as he does not have a valid work permit.”
19 days ago
“Reports claimed that Sandro played all the 2014-15 season without a work permit and will not be allowed back into the country until he sorts out his paperwork.”
19 days ago
“QPR have confirmed to Sky Sports News HQ that they are in touch with the Home Office regarding an issue relating to Brazilian midfielder Sandro.”
29 days ago
“At QPR Luongo will be competing against the likes of Leroy Fer, Alejandro Faurlin, Karl Henry, Ben Gladwin and Sandro for a spot in the Hoops’ midfield. “First of all I have to stay fit and I get more better with the more games I play,” he said.”
2 days ago
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