Yossi Benayoun QPR
Profile of the Israeli footballer Yossi Benayoun, who currently plays as a midfielder at QPR. The 34-year old player Benayoun joined QPR from and wears the number 35 shirt.
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Yossi Benayoun : QPR News
“SEE ALSO: Top 10 smoking footballers Queens Park Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has been involved in a controversial Twitter row with his former team-mate Yossi Benayoun, involving the current dispute involving Israel’s occupation of the Gaza strip.”
5 days ago
“West Ham and QPR could become locked in a bidding war for French midfielder Players so far trimmed from their squad include Israel-bound Yossi Benayoun, Julio Cesar and striker Andrew Johnson.”
“With Lille winning 2-0, supporters of reportedly Turkish origin entered the pitch and headed for the Maccabi players, including captain Yossi Benayoun, formerly of Chelsea, Liverpool and QPR.”
6 days ago
“In: Steven Caulker (Cardiff City, £8.5m), Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United). Out: Yossi Benayoun (Maccabi Haifa, Undisclosed), Tom Hitchcock (MK Dons), Aaron Hughes (Brighton & Hove Albion), Esteban Granero (Real Sociedad, Undisclosed).”
2 days ago
“The controversial QPR player got into a Twitter scrap with Israel international Yossi Benayoun, who took exception to his tweets about Gaza.”
5 days ago
“Professional footballers Joey Barton and Yossi Benayoun on Friday were at odds on Twitter over Barton, a midfielder for Queens Park Rangers and Twitter aficionado, spoke out about the 18-day-old crisis which has resulted in at least 850 deaths”
4 days ago
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