Magilton vows to clear name

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QPR manager Jim Magilton has vowed to clear his name after being suspended by the club following a high-profile bust-up with midfielder Akos Buzsaky.

Magilton has been suspended by Rangers after allegations that he head-butted the Hungarian during the 3-1 defeat at Watford on Monday. The 40-year-old insists he is looking forward to being reinstated following the club's investigation.

The former Northern Ireland international said in a statement: "While passions can run high in football, especially after a poor performance, I categorically deny any allegation of wrong-doing following Monday's fixture. I understand that the club has initiated an internal investigation, with which I will cooperate fully."

He added: "This is an unfortunate situation and I look forward to resuming my responsibilities shortly."

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