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QPR: No Caulker altercation

QPR have denied there was an altercation at a Sunday lunchtime gathering, but have admitted defender Steven Caulker required hospital treatment for a cut to his head.

A newspaper report on Monday night suggested there was a fracas at a social event where players from QPR and Crystal Palace were in attendance.

QPR spokesperson Ian Taylor responded on Twitter, writing: "Following Saturday's Premier League win versus Burnley & with no further fixture for nine days the club can confirm players were allowed to have a Sunday lunch together.

"Steven Caulker was not involved in an altercation. He did suffer a cut to his head, which he received treatment for at hospital before being discharged on the same evening.

"The club will be making no further comment."

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